How Cool is your WhatsApp Status?

Published on: 07/10/2019 By
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Last Modified on: 08/11/2019

Do you want some ideas for writing a WhatsApp status in English? What does your WhatsApp status say now?

WhatsApp is one of the world’s leading messaging applications. You can use it to send messages, photos and videos to any other user in the world for free! The primary thing that identifies you apart from your photo is your status – a short phrase that can simply describe where you are at the moment, or something more meaningful like a belief, idea or motto.

Let’s look at some of the best and most interesting WhatsApp statuses.

 

  • It always seems impossible until it’s done.

 

Meaning = anything is possible

 

  • I am jealous of my parents – I will never have a kid as cool as theirs.

 

Meaning = I’m really cool!

 

  • Weird is a side effect of awesome.

 

Meaning = When you’re perfect it’s natural that you’re also a bit strange.

 

  • Never too busy to be happy.

 

Meaning = being happy is the most important thing.

 

  • Hurt me with a truth, don’t comfort me with a lie.

 

Meaning = in the long-term it’s better to hear true facts and not lies. 

 

  • Silence is better than lies.

 

Meaning = it’s preferable not to say anything than to say something not true.

 

  • I don’t care what people think or say about me!

 

Meaning = other people’s opinions and comments about me aren’t important.

 

  • Silence is the best response to a fool.

 

Meaning = the best way to reply to someone stupid is to not reply.

 

  • Loving someone might be a mistake, but it is a mistake worth making.

 

Meaning = sometimes things go wrong in relationships, but it’s still good to experience them.

 

  • Silence is the loudest voice.

 

Meaning = being silent is more significant than words.

 

  • A smile suits every style of clothes.

 

Meaning = you always look good if you smile, whatever clothes you wear.

 

  • My life, my rules.

 

Meaning = I do what I want.

 

  • Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.

 

Meaning = you can’t go back in time and do things again, so do them well.

 

  • Try what you think you might be able to do.

 

Don’t hesitate to do difficult things. You’re probably capable of doing anything.

 

  • Life is short. Smile while your teeth are still there.

 

Meaning = live as well as you can while you’re young.

 

  • I don’t get drunk – I get awesome.

 

Meaning = I’ve never been drunk – I’ve been great.

 

  • Born to express, not to impress.

 

Meaning = My objective is to communicate my ideas, not to try to make others like me.

 

  • Life must go on.

 

Meaning = Whatever happens, life continues.

 

  • Keep calm and enjoy life.

 

Meaning = don’t get stressed and be happy.

 

  • I am not special, I am a limited edition.

 

Meaning = I’m a normal person but I’m unique in the world.

 

  • I didn’t change, I just woke up.

 

Meaning = I’m the same person but I’m just more aware of being alive.

 

  • Don’t tell people your dreams – show them!

 

Meaning = don’t just talk about what you want – do it!

 

  • Life without mistakes is not really living.

 

Meaning = if you never make mistakes, you’re not really living.

 

  • No expectations, no disappointments.

 

Meaning = if you don’t think something will happen, you won’t be sorry if it doesn’t.

 

  • When someone says “you’ve changed”, it simple means you’ve stopped living your life their way.

 

Meaning = some people might find it hard if you start to live in a different way to them.

 

As you can see, there are lots of fun and interesting things you can say in your WhatsApp status. Why not think of your own phrase in English to add to your profile?

 

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This post has been adapted and translated from the original content by WSE Turkey here: En Cool İngilizce Whatsapp Durumları

 

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Mary Milne has worked for Wall Street English for 20 years. After studying at the University of Bristol and subsequently doing a CELTA course, she began her career in teaching. Over the years she has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in ESL and has worked as an Online Community Manager, and author for Wall Street English International and Pearson, writing informative educational content. She dedicates most of her free time to music, playing in a band and singing in a choir.

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