Text Message Speak: Not a New Idea

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'MI DEER JO I OPE U R KRWITE WELL I OPE I SHAL SON B HABELL 4 2 TEEDUE U JO AN THEN WE SHORL B SO GLOOD AN WEN I M PRENGTD 2 JO WOT LARX AN BELEVE ME INF XN PIP' (Truss 18).

There you have it, not only was Charles Dickens an expert novelist, but he was also an AWESOME text messanger!

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OMG, I'm LMAO, because of this post.
TTYL Ethan, C U MON. lol

Greta Carroll said:

Haha! Very funny, Ethan. As usual Dickens is ahead of the times using text messaging slang before text messaging even exists! And Chelsea, clever reply:)

Jeanine O'Neal said:

AN WEN I M PRENGTD 2 JO WOT LARX AN BELEVE ME .... The first couple times I read this I thought it said, "And when I'm pregnant to Jo Wot, look and believe." Obviously some confusion arose here.

Jessie Farine said:

Haha, wow, that was witty. Unfortunately, if you tried to tell some text-messager that he speaks like a character from one of Charles Dickens's books, they'd be like, "dude wtf is charles dickens lol"

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