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Starting in July, Twitter will remove the 140-character limit from their direct messaging service.

Die-hard tweeters rejoice, as DMs will be able to reach up to 10,000 characters. That’s more than enough words to properly curve someone, or to find out if your Twitter bae is really “the one” or just another Catfish.

On Thursday, the product manager for direct messages announced the change in a post to developers warning them to prepare their apps and services to handle the massive influx of text.

Maybe someday the 140-character limit will be removed from standard tweets too. Now that would be something to tweet about.

To read the full announcement, click here. 

Want more Twitter? Check out our episodes of Socially Decoded, in which comedians decipher celebs’ most ridiculous tweets, right here.

SOURCE: TIME | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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