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July 19, 2011

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  • July 19, 2011, 7:52am

Saying somethying like 'he texted me' just *sounds* ignorant. I reform the sentance and say "he sent me a text". It's also akward to say other words in plural or past tense if you pronounce the actual word like the plural for wasp - wasps, desk - desks, ghost - ghosts, its got that extra 't-ts' at the end making it sound wrong, when it is not. I really dont like 'text-ed', 'text'd' or any other form... I actually don't like texting!