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Jul 13 2013

Auto-responses to subtext messages

I hardly ever text people and very rarely do I receive any text messages myself so I am not aware of the conventions of that world. But I am aware that texting can be very convenient in certain situations, while at the same time sometimes requires decoding to get at what the sender is actually saying.

Via reader Tim, I came across this amusing list of faux auto-responses that tell the original sender that you have understood the subtext of their messages.

1 comment

  1. 1
    Subtract Hominem, a product of Nauseam

    But but but but but… that second one! Sometimes you really do need to text people about potassium!

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