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Is Texting Ruining Our Ability To Spell?

There is nothing that makes me crazier than getting a text message from an adult that looks like HTML code exploded on it: "OMG R U GNG 2 movies W US 2NITE?"And that was from a 34 year old. The text messages from teenagers are almost incomprehensible.

Before smartphones you only had 140 characters to get your message across and that led to a whole language of abbreviations like "OMG," "BRB," "LOL,"LTR," "BFF," and about ten thousand more. There are times I felt like a code cracker just trying to figure out what my friends where trying to tell me.

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Doctors Say People Now Suffer From Sleep Texting

I have to admit that this sounds made up, but doctors are backing it.

According to MSNBC, some doctors say they're seeing more and more cases of sleep texting.

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Using Smiley Faces In Text Messages Severely Annoys Men


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I read an article last night about text messages and the top things women use in messages that annoy men. Here is a list of the top annoying things men receive in a text messages:

  • Smiley Faces
  • Multiple Exclamation Points
  • Winky Faces
  • Long Messages
  • Not Giving Enough Time For a
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One-Third of Adults Would Now Rather Have You Text Them Than Call Them

It's one thing when teenagers say they prefer text messages to phone calls.  They're teenagers.  They're supposed to say things like that.  But now, in a bad, bad sign for the future of phone calls we older, more mature adults are saying that we would rather text too.

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In Chicago You Can Text Photos and Videos To 911

Based on all of the fight videos we see on YouTube, it seems like people these days don't whip out their phones to call the cops when they see a CRIME going down . . . they RECORD it.  In Chicago, people can now do both.

 Chicago has become the first U.S. city where residents can text photos or videos of crimes to 911.  Those files go to the police's crime prevention info center, then get forwarded to first responders or detectives.

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Viral 'Mall Fall' Video Gets the Auto-Tune Treatment (FT. IMAGE)
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Viral ‘Mall Fall’ Video Gets the Auto-Tune Treatment [VIDEO]

Just as a YouTube meme seems safely dead and buried — interviews with their stars on morning talk shows are usually a sign of impending doom — the power of auto-tune comes along. Today, the magic of auto-tune has touched the infamous "mall fall" video — and the catchy slow-jam "Fell in the Founta

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[UPDATE] Woman Who Fell Into Mall Fountain Isn’t Laughing — She’s Suing [VIDEO]

It was funny while it lasted. Remember the video of the goofy girl who's so busy trying to walk and text at the same time that she falls right into a mall fountain? The hilarious video went viral, and its pitiable star remained anonymous — until now.

Turns out, not only is she not a "girl" — she's 49 year-old woman Cathy Cruz Marrero, an employee at the mall — she's pissed off about the video hitting the web, and says she'll sue. "My issue is I don't think security was professional because they didn't send anyone to check on me until 20 minutes later and I had already left," she told local reporters.

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Girl Falls in Mall Fountain While Texting – Your Parents Will Love This [VIDEO]

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