Talk to you later
I'll pick you up tonite around 8, cool?
OK, that sounds good. TTYL!
|TTYLMF||Talk to you later, my friend|
|TTUL||Talk to you later|
|t2ul8r||Talk to you later|
|TTYLXOX||Talk to you later, hugs and kisses|
|TTFN||Ta-ta for now|
|TTL||Talk to you later|
|CUL||See you later|
|CYL||Catch ya later|
TTYL is commonly used when texting and messaging online to say, "Talk to you later" at the end of a conversation. It is one of several variations, including "TTUL," "T2UL," and "t2ul8r."
Most people send it to others they think they will talk to again at another point in time, such as a friend or acquaintance. They may have just ended an online gaming match or need to go into a meeting and can't talk until later.
TTYL is ambiguous since "later" is very subjective. It could refer to a period of time in minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months. You'll need to discern the immediacy of the "later" from the context of your conversation.