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“I got a very distressed text from my mother that she was “somewhere she didn’t want to be and didn’t know how to get out.” She had tried to check herself into the restaurant she and my dad were eating at using the location setting on her Facebook status, but had instead checked herself into the Hindu temple across the street by mistake.”
“Me and my mom share a name. Instead of putting “wife” and “daughter” on his cell phone to resolve the problem he has us both listed as “Anna.” This led to awkwardness when he texted me one time at 13 saying he was going to spank me. Shocked, I texted back “what the hell did I do?” He replied “you know what you did you naughty kitten.” Then ten seconds later he sent me a text saying “oh dear god, that was for your mother.”
Who said honesty is the best policy?
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“Whenever my mom gets a text she will call the person to let them know she is going to reply.”
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He’s just texting a tow truck guy now, just one second.
“My (now ex) girlfriend and I had seen the picture of facebook comments that went “I’m Hungary” “Maybe you should Czech the fridge” “I’m Russian to the kitchen” “Maybe you’ll find some Turkey” and so on. We had been casually using it in texts. One day, her parents saw a text that was us leading up to sexting, so it had kind of the same vibe. She decided we should have a code for when we wanted to start sexting, so we decided on “Czeching the fridge.” “I’m Hungary” meant “I’m horny.” It also allowed for phrases such as “I hope I find some breasts and thighs.” I’ll never hear those phrases the same way…”
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