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  • 75 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 4:14am

    It's refreshing to know that someone else texts using the full English language. I remember using the word "nevertheless" in conversation without realizing it and getting weird looks. Go figure. And by the way... FIRST!

  • 66 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 4:15pm

    3:58, I'm sorry that you don't use large words while your texting, but just because your unable to use your brain doesn't mean that others share that inability.

  • 77 84
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 6:32pm

    4:15, don't correct other people's mistakes if u are not much better yourself

  • 64 58
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:49pm

    Did you expect her tattoo to be a James Joyce quote or something?

  • 67 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 3, 09 at 1:31am

    As a female, I have to say using correct grammar and spelling, wherever, is incredibly hot. Especially since I live in the '336' district where neither are used. How lame of me...

  • 63 61
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 8:48pm

    You're laughing at her tattoo...and yet you made up a word. Amazing...

  • 63 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:44pm

    You kick ass for teaching me a new word today.

  • 57 63
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 4:30pm

    4:15, the effort was there, however the grammar was not.

  • 56 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 8:23pm

    7:26: Actually, the dangling preposition rule is no longer a given. Either one would be considered correct. 7:31: I, for one, type almost exactly the way I speak. It's much easier than having to remember to shift between "formal" and "casual" modes. I do not, however, use a British accent. (c:

  • 55 62
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 4:13pm

    3:58 go cut yourself

  • 54 63
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 9:23pm

    a vocabulary cannot be smaller than a person.

  • 63 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 8:50pm

    3:58 you are an idiot. I hope you get flushed outta this gene pool soon.

  • 55 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 5:03pm

    THIS FIGHTING IS TEARING US APART!

  • 58 74
    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 1, 09 at 12:03am

    Agreed. 2:20, "lexicon" is typically used to describe collective vocabulary (the vocabulary of a language as a whole, as opposed to simply one person. Not a bad try, though.

  • 54 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 8:38pm

    you people who are all claiming the linguistic upper hand are so ignorant. Yes, there are grammar rules prescribed to us by language police. But there's so much more interest in studying the way people really speak, and following those trends. You can spend your whole life trying to enforce grammatical rules, but in the end they will all change.

  • 59 76
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:58pm

    Oh yeh, I'm sure someone texts the fucking word PROFUNDITY... Just ridiculous give me a break. And 344 get a life

  • 50 58
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:34pm

    Sure they were. Right up there with Transformers.

  • 55 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 2:20pm

    5:15, thank you. And I love your eloquent use of the term "Railroad spike". You apparently vast lexicon gives me hope. You sound hot.

  • 53 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 5:42pm

    wait... was transformers really bad?!?!?! i havent seen it yet

  • 55 71
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:45pm

    ooohhh transformers was baaad.

  • 54 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 2:55pm

    I love when people try and sound smart yet it is blantantly obvious they went onto a thesaurus due to the fact that the "synomyn" they use, isn't correct in the context of their statement.

  • 57 76
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 7:31pm

    it's kind of funny when people get upset about the way people talk, and then feel the need to showcase their amazing vocabulary and grammar... yeah you may know it but do you seriously expect us to believe you talk that way in regular conversation?? i admit that some of you very well may speak like you're an elite upper-crust society member but in all truth how many of you truly do?? *sits and waits for the onslaught of people typing in nobby british accents*

  • 54 72
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 5:15pm

    I'm so fuckin' sick of these fake-text accusations with no more basis than merely "dur-hur nobody toks lyk dis n txt!" Go choke on a railroad spike, you fucking neanderthals.

  • 54 75
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 7:19pm

    Hey 3:358, lots of people text words similar to, and including, the word profundity. I am one of them. Just because you have an IQ of 85 and a vocabulary smaller than an eighth grader doesn't mean that everyone is an ignorant asshole like yourself and those you correspond with.

  • 49 69
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 2:31am

    P.s. Tribute to 2:24am. I didn't even see the message before mine. I ate that shit up and allotted laughter! Well done!<3

  • 48 67
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 12:24am

    I truly do love the fact that everyone is arguing about grammar, but what I'd really like to know is what this girl had tattooed on her. And by the way, 8:48, why don't you go pick yourself up a dictionary? You know, one of those big books that say what words mean. Maybe then you would realize that "profundity" is actually a real word. Nice try though, loser.

  • 43 57
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 7:36pm

    pip pip cheerio eat a bag of bullocks

  • 47 67
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 9:22pm

    8:48 No, they didn't. Sidenote: So, having beyond a disyllabic vocabulary puts you on the upper crust of society? Well, that just makes me feel special!

  • 51 76
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 31, 09 at 2:27am

    I agree with 4:15. I text large words all the time. Check out a dictionary. Or join Mr. Duffy's english class. That man was a genius!

  • 51 80
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 11:55pm

    Can it be bigger than a bread box?

  • 41 65
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 6:26pm

    4:30, love of my life.

  • 37 68
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 7:14pm

    the texter must have some deep tats to go hating on hers. maybe a che guevara and the chinese symbol for "profundity"

  • 16 28
    Submitted by jltc on Mar 22, 12 at 3:20pm

    What word did the op make up...? \n\nAnd btw, 8:38, the point is not to spend your life enforcing archaic grammar rules. The point is to spend it hanging around with people smarter than you.

  • 42 89
    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 7:26pm

    ^^^ "and those with whom you correspond." if you're going to be a know-it-all douche you might as well do the full monty, chief.