What's the point if you can't demonstrate your grasp of the new language and cram a complex message into a dozen or two characters? This will just reward tiny, nimble fingers.
I usually just keep my grammer pet peeves to myself, but... this is your goddam spokeswoman:
"It’s become like, ‘Who can text the fastest?’ Everyone thinks they are a good texter"
I devallop spedey way to textmsg. Of coarse use fingar, but Joseph inkorperate tongu. It true tongu can push buton it fast too. disforchunitely I live Stuttgart cant entar conpetitsion it cost much euro fly uSA. Beside my cat Hank, who by way name after medival singer with country bend, would have sad and miss inportent leson in my Selfdefence Klass for Cat.
Actually, not the first:
"The message -- typed in lower and upper case -- is a Guinness World Records’ standard in the relatively new category of mobile phone text messaging.
SingTel said Yeo, a business student, narrowly beat an 18-year-old Singaporean’s time of 43.66 seconds on Sunday but shattered the current record in the Guinness World Records of 67 seconds set by a Briton in September 2003 in Sydney, Australia."
That was three years ago. But I'm sure we can forgive the spokesbot for not, like, using facts and stuff.
Id tell u how to text properly, but then Id have to K111 u.
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