I have this friend Amy who asked me a good question the other day at work. She said, “Hey Ryan, what does ‘wsg’ mean and how should I respond to it via text?” Well, that’s a great question because I’ve been talking a lot about texting recently and just how complicated it can be sometimes! If you want to know how to respond to ‘WSG’ via text—we’re going to jump into it!
When someone sends you a text message that doesn’t sound like something you can fully comprehend (either through tone of voice or otherwise), it can be confusing. Often referred to as a ‘dry text,’ it’s when you really don’t know the entire emotion that’s part of the text message itself.
How should you respond to ‘WSG?’
27 Responses to WSG via Text
—How to respond to WSG!
For when a friend says it to you
- What’s good to you!
- Not much, not much—what’s good with you?
- HEYYY! Not much, what’s going on over there?
- How are you doing?
- What’s up! How are ya?
- NM! How about U?
- What’s going on with you?
Related: No text response
When responding to a guy—how to respond to ‘WSG’ through text
- Heyyy! What’s good over there handsome?
- My guy! What’s going on with you?
- Not much over here! Just hanging.
- Chilling out, doing nothing, how about you?
- NM! HBU?
- What’s going down!!!
- Hello, hello! Sup?
See also: What is dry texting?
For when a girl sends you this text
- Hanging out! What about you, darling?
- What’s up on your end?
- Nada, nada! WSG with you?
- What’s Goooooood!
- NM, NM, NM!
See also: Dirty emojis
For when a co-worker says it
- Nothing much! How about you?
- Just sitting here doing some work, what about you?
- Finishing up a good day, what’s going on with you?
- SSSSUP! What’s going on with you?
- What are you getting into? Not much over here, honestly!
- Tell me something good! Not much over here!
Related: When a girl says ‘heyyy’ via text
What does “WSG” Mean?
Basically, if a friend or person says “WSG” it means, “What’s Good?” It’s another way of saying what’s up! For example, if you text your friend and ask them how their day is going—it’s pretty similar to saying, “What’s up on your end?”
The type of response the person is looking for is something that refers to what your day is involved with. Or what you’re focused on. You can easily just share what you’re currently doing or what you plan to do with your day/week.
In short, it’s like someone asking:
- What are you doing?
- What are you up to?
- How is your day going?
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