WhatsApp it has become the instant messaging platform par excellence. It is the most used by the world population, taking a wide advantage over its pursuer Telegram. It is a means of communication used by users of all ages, from children to the elderly. And the youngest are the ones who set the trend, whether through the use of stickers, memes and even codes. This time we will tell you what is behind the code 7642a message that adolescents send and that few know what it means.
If for security reasons you look at the phone of your children or younger siblings while they are chatting with another person and you notice a code strange, meaningless, let us tell you not to worry. Although the new generations are using their greatest ingenuity to avoid being discovered in conversations or to save themselves the fatigue of typing, this is not an invention, much less is it a bad thing.
Just as we used abbreviations such as “TQM” or two signs representing an emotional face “:)” in text messages (which later gave way to emojis), now we are talking about the same thing, the same code. These are secret codes, a way to communicate with the rest by establishing encryption so that adults do not know what they are talking about.
What does the code 7642 mean in WhatsApp?
Just as it happened with the message of WhatsApp with the legend ‘1437’, which means “I love you forever”, the same is with 7642; that is, a game of words and numbers. In this case, the meaning is “I will always be for you”:
- always (7)
- I will be (6)
- for (4)
- you (2)
How is the WhatsApp code 7642 composed?
to decipher this code of WhatsApp, we can resort to two theories, which are the strongest. On the one hand, that it is a game of words and numbers in a mixture of English and Spanish. Remaining like this: Always (7-Seven), I will be (6-Six), For (4-Four), You (2-Two). While, on the other hand, it is believed that it is about the number of letters each word has: ‘Siempre’ has 7 letters, ‘I will be’ 6 letters, ‘Para’ has 4 letters and ‘Ti’ has 2 letters.