Girls are always finding ways to express themselves. Whether it's in their attire, overall attitude or even the silly codes they use to communicate. Part of the fun of being a girl is exploring your originality and creating your own spin on being you. If you're a text messaging diva, there's no way your originality can stop with your texts. Create a unique signature line that shows off your creative personality and favourite things.
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Favourite Quote or Saying
No matter if you're "Born to be wild" or, like Lady Gaga chants, "Born this way" assign your favourite quote or saying as your signature line in your text messages. If you bore easily, make it your task to change your saying on a daily or weekly basis so as you're texting your friends, they look forward to what new saying you have for the day or mantra of the week. CherryBam.com features thousands of quotes and sayings in searchable format or by categories such as celebrity quotes and girlie-girl sayings.
Use your pet name or nickname to end your text line. If you're known among your friends as "Peaches," use "XOXO, Peaches" as your signature or a fun take on your nickname such as, "Love ya, Peaches & Cream".
Promoting Club or Event
If you're a part of a club on campus or participating in a special event, use a few characters to promote your cause. "C me 11/1/11 4 Dance 4 A Cause" is a short way to let all of your friends in your phone database support your projects. You can also use the space to announce good news like, "I got all A's on my report card!!!"
Use your favourite song of the month to infuse some of your girl power lyrics in your signature line. Keri Hilson's "Pretty Girls Rock" anthem is a fan for girls of all ages as are retro 1980s songs like Cindy Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun." Use your favourite lyrics to make someone's day as they not only receive a text from you but can hum a cool tune as well.
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