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    Why I turned on read receipts

    Honestly, I never thought this day would come. I’m not an incredible texter. I wake up some mornings, open messages, fall back asleep and forget I ever saw them. Having read receipts turned on means I can’t do that anymore. It shouldn’t make sense, then, that I overwhelmingly prefer using Facebook Messenger, which has built-in…
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