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Joined: March 8, 2010
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Let's look at using the English language correctly. Would you say, "I lettered you?" No, you would say, "I sent you a letter." So, therefore you should say, "I sent you a text message." And don't forget to add the word message.
Why would you say, "I sent you a text?" A text what? A text book? So if we used proper English, we would simply say, "I sent you a text message." It's not that difficult. We are just dumbing down our society by accepting the use of the fictitious word, texted.
March 8, 2010, 6:46pm
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