SWALK has 2 meanings
Sweet, with all love, kisses
Your parents or SO might end a text conversation with SWALK (sweet, with all love, kisses). This acronym means roughly the same thing as XOXO.
When you receive SWALK, it's appropriate to respond with a term of endearment of your own. You could use the aforementioned XOXO, or you could use ILU2, LUL, or BFK.
Thanks for chatting, TTYL. SWALK!
|143||I love you|
|AWL||Always with love|
|TOWL||The one with love|
|H&K||Hugs and kisses|
|LOLHK||Lots of love, hugs, and kisses|
|mwahugz||Kisses and hugs|
|GBHK||Great big hug and kiss|
|ILYFAE||I love you forever and ever|
|lu4ever||Love you forever|
|LYL||Love you lots|
A message that is SWALK is "sealed with a loving kiss." This acronym typically appears at the end of meaningful messages exchanged by SOs.
Email, chat, and text messages cannot, of course, actually be sealed with a kiss. But including SWALK at the end of a message tells the message's recipient that you love them, and that you would seal your message with a kiss if you could. For the moment, an acronym will have to suffice.