Start with a "top level" digit:
then follow with lables for the most important members of each group to you.
Numbering from 1 makes 91 a code for very urgent and you can use 911 as life or death.
So most likely 11 is you. 12 your wife. 13 first born, and so on. 21 is home, 22 is work, 23... church? whatever... 31 is your car? 32 is your computer? 41 is now (see below for more), 51 is Going or Go, 52 is Get or Pick up, etc... 61 is dead thru injured thru ok thru born depending on the 9 level. e.g. 11-61-91 is I'm dead. (11-61-911 is I'm actually dying). 62 is mariage to divorce. Questions (8x) are, of course, who, what, why, where, when, how (much)
Date / time is just the digits of the date and time. Start with minutes, then add hours, days, to the left (just after the 4). E.g. 420 is 20 minutes after this hour. 41530 is 3:30 in the afternoon (I like 24 hour time, figure something else out if you don't) today, 425-- is anytime on the 25th of this month. 4050110- is sometime around 10am on the first of June.
There is a "short form" that you can use if you like that depends on the order: e.g. I'm driving home is -11111. The leading - (dial a #) is the que that it's shorthand and then each following digit is actually the second digit of a code that counts by ten for each one. The long form is 11-21-31-41-51, "Me - Home - Car - One Minute - Moving" and you can switch back and forth. e.g. -21412-91 might be "Honey, don't forget to bring home more beer!" Use 0 to skip an item or indicate that it isn't important: -01402 "Will anyone ever bring home some beer?"
|Good night||6000#9||GOOD-9 (night)|
|Good for you||6000#4#40||GOOD-4(for)-YO|
|Good girl||7219#0009||(read backwards) GOOD-GIRL|
|Good luck||6000#6||GOOD-6 (six is pronounced luck in Hokkein, a local dialect)|
|Good luck||177#0009||(read backwards) GOOD-LU|
|I miss you||1#177155#4||I-MISS-Y|
|I love you||17#31707#1||(read backwards) I-LOVE-U. This is universal!|
|Go to hell||7734#2#09||(read backwards) GO-2(to)-HELL|
|Tonite want to fight||29125||sounds alike|
|I bless you||17#55379#1||(read backwards) I BLESS U|
|See you||17#335||(read backwards) SEE-U|
|Sleep well||773177#3375||(read backwards) SLEE-WELL|
|Hug you||17#6174||(read backwards) HUG-U|
|Hee hee||334#334||(inverted) HEE-HEE|
|Hi hi||14#14||(inverted) HI-HI|
|Yes||435||YES (4=Y, 3=E, 5=S)|
|Bad boy||880-804||880(BAD) 804(BOY)|
Basic Command Codes 100 - Available 101 - Be Home By 102 - Bring Me 103 - Call 104 - Call Collect (If Necessary) 105 - Cancel 106 - Change 107 - Come Back 108 - Drop Off/Deliver 109 - Forgot/Left Behind 110 - Go To 111 - Help 112 - Leaving 113 - Lost 114 - Meet 115 - Need 116 - No 117 - Pick Up 118 - Regarding 119 - Reschedule 120 - Unavailable 121 - Wait 122 - Will Arrive 123 - Will Not Arrive 124 - Yes Information Codes 200 - At a Pay Phone 201 - Cancel Previous Page 202 - Do Not Meet Me 203 - Get Off the Phone 204 - I'm/Everything O.K. 205 - Job/Deal is Complete 206 - Job/Deal is Not Complete 207 - Meet Me 208 - Need a Ride 209 - On My Way 210 - Pay Phone Not Accepting Call 211 - Pick Me Up 212 - Pick You Up 213 - Problem Has Been Handled 214 - Received Your Message 215 - Running Late 216 - Stuck in Traffic 217 - Thank You 218 - Tired of Waiting; I'm Leaving 219 - Transportation Problem 220 - Where are You? 221 - Why Haven't You Called? 411 - Information Destination Codes 300 - Airport 301 - Amusement Park 302 - Bank 303 - Child Care 304 - Church, Temple 305 - Cleaners 306 - Club/Organization 307 - Dance Club/Bar 308 - Doctor/Dentist Office 309 - Friends' House 310 - Grocery Store 311 - Gym/Health Club 312 - Home 313 - Hospital 314 - Job Site 315 - Library 316 - Meeting/Appointment 317 - Movies 318 - My Place 319 - Office/Work 320 - Park 321 - Party/Social Activity 322 - Place/Activity Discussed 323 - Relative's House 324 - Repair Shop 325 - Restaurant 326 - School 327 - Shopping Mall 328 - Sport Activity 329 - Video/Audio Store 330 - Warehouse 331 - Your Place Item Codes 400 - Alcohol/Beer 401 - Answer Machine/Voice Mail 402 - Bike/Motorcycle 403 - Books/Magazines 404 - Car/Truck 405 - CD's/Tapes 406 - Cigarettes 407 - Clothes/Shoes 408 - Credit Cards 409 - Daytimer/Organizer 410 - Drugs/Medicine 412 - Equipment/Supplies 413 - Fax/Copies 414 - Food 415 - Gas 416 - Glasses/Contacts 417 - Inventory/Product 418 - Item Discussed 419 - Keys 420 - Mail/Package 421 - Money/Check 422 - Pager 423 - Paperwork 424 - Pet 425 - Radio/Stereo 426 - Soft Drinks 427 - Telephone 428 - Tickets 429 - Video 430 - Wallet/Purse Time Codes 500 - After 501 - Anytime 502 - Approximately 503 - Before 504 - Fairly Urgent/A.S.A.P. 505 - Hours 506 - Hurry/Quickly 507 - Minutes 508 - This Afternoon 509 - This Evening 510 - This Morning 511 - Time 512 - Tomorrow 513 - Until 514 - Yesterday 911 - Emergency Family/Relationship Codes 600 - Attitude Adjustment Needed 601 - Happy Anniversary/Birthday 602 - Have a Great Day 603 - Hope You're Feeling Better 604 - Hugs and Kisses 605 - I Didn't Want You to Leave 606 - I Love You 607 - I Miss You 608 - I Owe You One 609 - I'm Mad at You 610 - I'm Scared 611 - I'm Sorry 612 - I'm Thinking About You 613 - It's Late, Get Home 614 - Just Called to Say Hi 615 - Let's Go Out 616 - Stay Away for Awhile 617 - Stop Calling Me 618 - This is My Last Page 619 - Wish You Were Here 620 - You Are in Trouble 621 - You Are the Greatest 622 - You Were Incredible
Set up personal codes for a constant reference to the personal ID code numbers of people who will be paging you.
When paging someone with your pager codes, it is very important to always punch in your code first. This will notify the person you are paging who the message is from.
It is recommended that you write down your message followed by the corresponding codes before calling the pager. Reason: some paging companies give a limited time to punch in your code, so there is not enough time to flip around trying to find the proper code you need from your pager codes.
The Star* key should always be used to separate each individual code. Example: 12*207*322*509* = 12-207-322-509
When entering a phone number, do not separate the numbers with the Star* key. This will make the phone number look like a code. Example: WRONG: 555-555-5555 /RIGHT: 5555555555
(If Your Code is: 12...)
MESSAGE: You left your wallet.
CODE: 12-109-430 (Your Code-Forgot/Left Behind-Wallet/Purse
MESSAGE: I am running late, stuck in traffic.
CODE: 12-215-216 (Your Code-running Late-Stuck in Traffic)
MESSAGE: Pick up John (His Code) at the soccer game in 2 hours.
CODE: 12-117-14-328-2-505 (Your Code-Pick Up-John-Sport Activity-2-Hours)
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