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Care to share some funny text message misinterpreting experience?

Asked by Mimishu1995 (14653points) March 5th, 2014

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Many people love using txtspk while texting. But unfortunately not everyone can interpret those txtspk correctly, therefore misunderstanding can happen sometimes. Do you have any experience like that?

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Berserker's avatar

Symbeline don’t text.

ucme's avatar

Jack off 4 skin cream cum soon.
My friend Jack is going to the chemist to pick up my skin cream, he’ll not be long.

Mimishu1995's avatar

@ucme I’m getting horny :D

Stinley's avatar

My friend’s 14yo son texted her to ask if he could microwave some leftovers. She texted back ‘micro 4 1 min’. 20 minutes later he smelt a smell and had enough good sense to open the microwave and take out the charcoaled remains of the leftovers…leaving 21 minutes left on the microwave clock.

Juels's avatar

Mom and I were comparing dinner menus. She texted that she was “Making runs casserole.” She misspelled tuna and auto-correct changed it to runs.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Why don’t people look their stuff over before they send it?

dabbler's avatar

I have to watch out for one-letter mishaps like now/not.
“I am leaving now” => “I am leaving not” messes up communication big time.

Dutchess_III's avatar

My phone is fubarred when it comes to text. I don’t have autocorrect enabled. It’s not a smart phone, it’s just a flip. When I text I have to push the #2 key three times for the letter C. Well, the phone has a mind of it’s own. Sometimes it will skip past a letter or not skip to the next letter. Right after I got it I took it back in to complain. All the gal (a young thing) did was take my phone and proceed to type out a text really, really fast. I got the distinct impression she wasn’t as interested in trouble shooting my phone as she was in showing this “old lady” how fast she could text. I wanted to slap her. I was working in the industry when texting was invented, when she was about 3 years old!
After her “demonstration” she handed the phone back and said, “Works for me!” I doubt that she even looked her work over for the errors I KNOW were in there.
So, yeah. It takes me longer to compose a text than it normally would because I’m trying to read, edit and text at the same time.

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