I don’t know what that means, it’s just a random thought that popped into my head.
I think it means “you will ignore me and you wont tell me what I did wrong,” which is a good tip to follow if you are going to ignore someone.
In a text message, opt is an internationalized way to indicate someone you are ignoring. If you are ignoring someone, they will not read your text message. Now you could simply ignore a text message from someone you like (by not replying) or you could, for instance, ignore your boss’s text message to you saying you need to work late.
Opt’s meaning in text messages also means that you could ignore a text message from your boss, but if you do and he has not replied by the time you say you’re going to, you will be punished by him.
But if you are ignoring a text message from your boss, he will ignore you and also ignore his other text messages telling you that you will be late. So opting for a text message telling you that you will be late is not the same as saying you are ignoring your boss.
The word opt means that you don’t want to use a text message to talk to your boss. It means you don’t want to use words like “I’ll be late,” “I will not be late,” and so on.
Opting for a text message telling you you are late tells your boss about how upset you are, which is the thing he wants to hear. It also tells your boss that you are ignoring him. Not ignoring your boss is the same as opting for a text message.
Opting for a text message telling you you are late, is saying you don’t want to use text messages to talk to your boss and doesn’t mean you are ignoring your boss.
If a person wants to tell their boss that they are ignoring him, they have three options. First, they can send an email telling the boss they are ignoring him, or they can send a text message telling the boss they are ignoring him. Both of these are opt-in and opt-out forms.
There is nothing wrong with texting, which you can do with your phone. You can even type in a text message to a friend saying, “Hey, I can’t help you, but I need to talk to you.” If you get your text message sent out and you have an opt-out form, you can do that. If you want to get in your face with a text message, you can do it, but it makes no sense.