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"Recently," Broken Arrow tells us, "The missus informed me that her brother was moving with us." What has your partner done that's convinced you the magic's gone? "Breathe" is not an answer.

(, Thu 21 Oct 2010, 12:33)
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My friend's next-door neighbour is single, and recently professed an interest after meeting me last year just after her break-up.

When my friend suggested I give her a call I did, but when she then sent me a text an hour later it contained "u", "c", "2nite", "wud", "cud", "txt", and "no" (for "know").

That's when I knew the relationship was over.
(, Fri 22 Oct 2010, 14:38, 5 replies)
This makes my blood boil. In my experience, people who write in 'textspeak' tend to be divided into two categories: people who think it's 'cool' and 'sexy' to forget how to spell; and genuine thickos who don't know any better. Either way I want nothing to do with them.

N.B. people who genuinely have trouble spelling or even who are dyslexic are excluded from this definition, as they at least make the effort and in 99% of cases spell better than the above example anyway.
(, Fri 22 Oct 2010, 14:58, closed)
cnt help bt agree with u m8

(, Fri 22 Oct 2010, 15:41, closed)
I have friends who are teachers
who text in such a manner.
(, Sat 23 Oct 2010, 16:43, closed)
even worse is when desperate gilrs put 'TB' on the end of every. fucking. text.
TB standibg for text back, of course.
What the fuck else do they think I'm going to do?
(, Fri 22 Oct 2010, 16:50, closed)
I thought it
meant they had Tuberculosis...I love a good Lung Oyster!
(, Fri 22 Oct 2010, 20:54, closed)

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