Explanation of network terms
Someone asked you a "real conversation", can't you do anything with this expression? We tell you what the printout represents, and how to use it yourself in the chat.
This means real conversation: serious, honest conversation
The word "realtalk" comes from English, which means "real conversation" in the direct German translation. The so-called honest dialogue means that both parties tell the truth and tell their true thoughts.
Especially on the Internet or chatting, many users tend to write satirically or ironically. The expression "realtalk" sends a signal to two chat partners that an honest conversation is in progress, or you want a more direct answer to an ironic question that cannot be categorized directly.
This is how you use Realtalk
The best way to express this is that if your chat partner and you are both playing satirical games, you can use "realtalk" to indicate that you are now talking honestly again, which changes the tone of the conversation.
Similar expressions often used in WhatsApp chats are deep talk. You can use it to describe not only honest conversations, but also conversations on a deeper psychological level.
- Character A: "Realtalk for a moment: I didn't answer that she was a little touched?"
- Person B: "No, absolutely not!"
- Human A: "Talk to Pei Zhen, everything is fine."
- B: "Ellenman! Communication is the most important."
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