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What are some cute text message signatures?

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The modern generation adds a bit of fun to their text communications with a cute signature such as "Miss-too-good-for-you." Often, font symbols such as smiley faces and hearts are inserted into text signatures to further personalize them.

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Text signatures are often made up of nicknames, catchy phrases, quotes or witty slogans. Once the phrase has been chosen, graphic symbols serve as bling. Some popular text signatures include:

  • Little Miss Perfect
  • U.F.O. (Ultimate Funky One)
  • Living la Vida Loca
  • Sent from a magical device that lives in my pocket
  • Typed with big thumbs on small phone

Popular symbols inserted into text signatures include ☼ (sun), ★ (star), ☻ (smiley face), ♫ (musical notes), ♀♂ (male/female symbols), and ♥ (heart).

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