What does T2ul8er mean?

Talk to you later

When someone shoots you a text with t2ul8er, it means they wish to ‘talk to you later.’ This term is simply a lengthier, less popular alternative to the commonly used TTYL.

Typically, t2ul8er is used to sign off at the end of text messages or chat conversations, indicating the person’s intention to reconnect with you soon. But don’t be surprised if you see it pop up in the midst of a chat too.

Busy folks might use t2ul8er to suggest postponing the ongoing conversation to a later time. So, remember, it’s not just a sign-off, but also a handy phrase for those times when someone wants to hit the pause button on a chat.

Example for using ‘T2ul8er’ in a conversation

Hey, are you free to chat now? I need some advice.

Hey! Sorry, I’m kinda busy at the moment. Can I T2ul8er?

No problem! T2ul8er when you’re available. Thanks!

Sure thing! T2ul8er too. Talk to you later!