Textual activity is a necessity to many. Now consider the following:
SMS 1) "Uhm, did u get my email this morning re: that SMS I got last night from ___ after I let a VM for them when I was at that event in SF?'
SMS 2) "ja, ja, & ja."
SMS 1) "Oh my, s/o's chatty this AM!"
SMS 2) "k. N1"
Tip of the hat to the second texter. 'Economy of speech' par excellence.
SMS 1 is either annoying by the text received [and justifiably so] or is new to the art of Text Messaging.
Either way, I give him/her a star.
I like that SMS1 actually spelled out "uhm" in a text.
And I don't get "N1" -- what's that all about?
Apparently N1 = Nice one.
Here's an SMS concoction that got me going: 'TNSTAAFL'
It stands for - There's no such thing as a free lunch
And someone texted me this:
"UR2YS4ME - You are too wise for me"
I know, easy to believe, right? :)
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