This image has been going around for a while, and depending on who you’re asking, the number of Y’s after the word “hey” stands for different things. Urban Dictionary, for example, claims that Heyyy means they want the “d”. Meanwhile, Yahoo! answers claims it just means “Heyyyy” and we should stop looking into things – and I agree.
Personally, I don’t think there is any type of data to back this picture up. Besides, it doesn’t even make sense: A single “Hey” means what’s up. When you go into Heyy, that means they like you? But Heyyy means they hate you? Then adding four Y’s instead of three and turning it into a Heyyyy means I want to do you? In what world does that make sense?
If you’re going to make life changing decisions based on the number of Y’s on a text message, things are going to get a whole lot harder in life.