“Remember that text you shouldn’t have sent last night? We do.” So says the front page of Texts From Last Night, an increasingly popular website (and 99¢ iPhone app) that lets you read, vote and comment on text messages.
In case you haven’t yet seen — or participated — in Texts From Last Night (TFLN), you can read all the funny, sexy or potentially offensive texts sent by cell phone users (all uploaded to the site voluntarily) and then vote on whether or not they had a good or bad night, or even reply for all to read, if you like.
Personally, I love this site and paid the mere 99¢ for the iPhone app.
But a word of warning, stop reading this blog entry now if you’re overly sensitive, hate profanity or easily offended. These following examples are what you might find at TFLN:
(404): i hope kanye doesn’t show up to patrick swayze’s funeral. ” i’ll let you get back to your funeral in a minute…but michael jackson had the best death of the year. just sayinnn “.
(513): Just heard “Kiss Me Though the Phone” for the first time. Amazed how it took Soulja Boy two songs to become a sh*tter version of Ja Rule.
(602): She made me go with her to get a pregnancy test since she’s missed a few birth control pills. She made me park in the “expectant mothers” spot at CVS and preceded to ask if it would be in the pest control section.
Note: the numbers in parentheses are the area code the text was uploaded from. Notice the woman wearing the t-shirt has 416 (Toronto) as hers? Send your texts tonight to firstname.lastname@example.org
What are some of your favourite texts you’ve read from TFLN? Share!