Texting, where's its on a cell phone, smart phone, PC, or other device, has become the primary non-verbal communication of the world today. But, people communicate differently through it than its existence. They're shortening their words through acronyms, like "OMG"("Oh my gosh" or sometimes, "Oh My ***"[Censored]). They ignore the proper grammar that can completely change the meaning or emphasis of their message.Why do most of us have these habits? Most would say they do it to be efficient.Are users not expressing themselves to how they're really feeling or about a particular topic through these habits?Or do they just don't know about how to use grammar? There's a reason educating buildings teach students whatever it may be; well, they do most of the time.Despite the fact most of us can type quicker than write on paper, why do we do this?I used to have them, but not anymore. Even though I don't use acronyms very much, I think this world of online communication has more drawbacks than benefits. This language can be confusing, and in particular communities like Minecraft, people may form stereotypes because of it; they assume that everyone understands them with terms like, SC and DC which are acronyms for "Single Chest" and "Double Chest" respectively.I honestly don't expect all of you to break these common texting habits, but there's a difference between using all capital letters and not or the ending punctuation mark in a sentence.