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The uppercase I has two kinds of shapes, with serifs () and without serifs ().

Usually these are considered equivalent, but they are distinguished in some extended Latin alphabet systems, such as the 1978 version of the African reference alphabet.

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And the idea is that most guys fall in the trap of following the same routine every day, which in time, makes the relationship predictable and boring. And here you have a list of 7 types of text messages to chose from, when texting your girl, in order to spice things up a little bit.

These are a great way to keep in touch during the day, and to make sure that you stay on top of her mind.

Just don’t make the mistake to text her every 30 minutes about what you’re doing. If she’s not replying, then try to hold on to your eagerness and not write her a new text again, at least until 3-4 hours later.

So you need to have a good answer to give her later on in order to satisfy her curiosity.

And I said a good answer, because otherwise if she realizes that you’re just playing around and not being serious about it, she won’t be curious anymore, and next time you send her a similar text, she’ll think that it’s just another attempt of yours to get her curious.

The problem though might be that she’s too sure on your love and thus she becomes less challenged and less interested in making you “happy”.

The uppercase I does not have a dot (tittle) while the lowercase i has one in most Latin-derived alphabets.

However, some schemes, such as the Turkish alphabet, have two kinds of I: dotted (İi) and dotless (Iı).

This article is about the letter of the Latin alphabet. The modern letter 'j' originated as a variation of 'i', and both were used interchangeably for both the vowel and the consonant, coming to be differentiated only in the 16th century.

For the similar letter in the Cyrillic alphabet, see palochka. and this use persists in the languages that descended from Latin.

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