What Does SNR Mean In Texting? (Explained With Examples)

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So, you want to know what SNR means in texting? Alright, in this article we will provide you with the answer. All you need to do is keep on reading and you will get it! We’re going to explain what it means and provide you with some examples of how to use it…

What does SNR Mean in Texting?

SNR is an acronym for “streaks and recents” or “streaks ‘n’ recents”. It is a term used on Snapchat and it means that you are sending a picture to all of your recent contacts and people you’ve been sending pictures to for days in a row (so, keeping up a streak).

It is a really specific acronym, but you can see it used by younger folks quite often. As usual, by using an acronym we make texting more convenient.

Alternative Meanings

It can also mean a few other things, but it would be rare to see them used this way…

  • Show No Respect
  • Sub-Net Relay
  • Sonar

Examples of SNR in Text Slang

Example 1

  • John – Let’s keep up our SNR.
  • Millie – Alright, let’s do it.

Example 2

  • Amanda – What are you doing?
  • Jack  – Trying to keep up my SNR on Snapchat.

Example 3

  • Tanya – I think I should start an SNR on Snap…
  • Bob – Cool, do it.

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