Website Helps Women Decipher Text Messages From Men

Amy Robach interviews the translators behind the latest dating site.
3:00 | 10/19/12

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Now, we're here with the guys from hetextedit. You translate all the texts that guys send to women when they're trying to be -- as noncommittal as possible. You do the translating. Amy robach went out and put this to the test. This website is started by two women. Too good to be true? We're going to talk to the bros in a minute. But look at how the website actually works. It's not just texting. It's e-mail. It's voicemail. It's snail mail. That's regular mail. Whatever. None of it's working. Reporter: Movies depict it, in like "he's just not that in to you." So often, your girlfriends give you the advice you want to hear, not what you need to know. So, where does a girl turn? How about hetexted.Com? It's like an advice column on steroids. Reporter: At the site, you take a screen grab of your conversation, post it and wait to see what people think. Like here. He sends her a picture of the toaster. At 2:00 a.M. Say no to this guy. Reporter: Others, like victoria, write into the bros on the site for a little more personalized attention. I told him the situation. I told him, I work with this guy. He's really nice. I assume he wants to grab a friendly cup of coffee. Reporter: You didn't want to give him the wrong idea. And you didn't want to be rude. And I don't want to be the girl that just wants to be friends. But no, wait, I have a boyfriend. Does he like me as a friend since we technically went to college together? Reporter: That's where chris steps in. He decodes the text messages or e-mail exchanges. What is it about text messages that creates such ambiguity, that girls are needing to have them deciphered by another guy? Really simple. When you text message, you lose the emotion because it's quick blips. That's not how we're used to communicating. That's why we use e emote cons. Say yes to coffee. Be sure to drop your boyfriend at some point over the next few days. Reporter: The advice was good advice. It was really good advice. You guys, amy and josh, you have actual texts that came in? Yep. Love you. To the moon and back and around the milky way. Please bring an iphone car charger. Guys? What do you think? That doesn't sound that good. Yeah. What do you think? Really? That's really shocking. That's less helpful. It was cool hanging out. Yeah. If you're going out tonight, bring ali? We're going to jimmy's. Awesome. Will tell her. Can't wait to see you. Okay. Not a good sign if you're saying okay, if you said you're excited to see him. And how about telling her to bring a friend? I think she should not go. Can I see one? Really? I think he's pretty decided. So, my parents are going to be gone this friday. Wanna come over? What are we going to do? I just need some help with algebra. Oh. I thought we could study anatomy together. I'm not even in that class. Why would we do that? Audience? That's about right. Yeah. I think it's -- I think he was flirting. It's friday night. Are they ever into them in these? Yeah. That's why he's paid the big bucks. He's not studying math on friday night. Thank you, guys. Across the city, elizabeth

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