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What Zhao found was, if not scientifically rigorous, then romantically revealing.First, she compared some of the most commonly-used terms in the couple's text messages—"love," "ok," "dinner," and, yes, "hey"—looking at their distribution in year one versus year six."Home" became a reference to the couple's shared home. What also changed were the times of day that were peak messaging times for the couple.When they were first dating, the bulk of the messages were sent in the late afternoon and evening, and also between midnight and 3 a.m.We don’t say in 'love' as much anymore."Names, too, became extra-superfluous as the pair settled into coupledom.What didn't much change in frequency were references to two things that are constant no matter your relationship status: "home" and "dinner." For the couple, those terms simply appeared in different contexts in year six than they had in year one."Our text messages became more predictable, but only because all of the unpredictable things were said in person," Zhao explains."We no longer have to text 'I love you' from a distance in the middle of the night.
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During the period of their engagement, though, things were largely reversed: The bulk of their messages were sent during the day and, to a lesser extent, into the evening.
After their wedding, the texts were even more limited to the daytime hours: They texted each while at work, but almost never at other times.
We know exactly where the other person is each evening and if we’re doing something cool, it’s likely that we’re in it together and telling each other about it face to face.