WhatsApp code 1437 for Valentine’s Day

The great love stories in the cinema always have a curious or particular side. For example, in Ghost, a film produced in 1990, Patrick Swayze’s response to Demi Moore when she said “I love you” was simply the Idem expression, something like “I say the same thing”.

And going back a few more years in time, in Casablanca in 1942 it was the song As Time Goes By, which kept together, despite being divorced, the couple made up of Ilsa Blum and Rick Blaine, the main characters in this film played by Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart respectively.

But amorous curiosities are not exclusive to the movies. They have happened at all times and they occur in the technological age we live in today, in which love messages are usually sent through social networks or messaging applications such as WhatsApp. One of those curiosities is the sending of the code 1437 through WhatsApp

Indeed, the code 1437 represents the expression I Love you Forever among English-speaking people, since it is common for them to represent letters or words by numbers. In that context. “I” is represented by the number one, “Love” is represented by the number 4, “For” is represented by the number 3, while “Forever” is represented by the number 7.

Therefore, if in these days close to Valentine’s Day you have received the code 1437 in a WhatsApp conversation, you should know that someone is telling you in their own way or in a curious way “I love you forever”. Needless to say, it can correspond to the same code and thus begin to build your own love story.

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