B T 1 topic? 2 4 T T 4 2 5 o'clock T 4 U Topic got 1 response.
Well, is more and more machiavelic! Is it a Horatio's magic formula for a neuw perfume?
or just and old song...
Good day for everybody!
Caramba the olw
You're right, Caramba the owlet, mobile phone SMS writing is a Machiavellian trick. As a guardian angel on guard duty at the correct Language Museum, I feel bound to give heads up at not getting led into such temptation. So, every time you get a SMS with such kind of text, delete it right away or, if need be, translate it into a decent formal way of speaking.
Unfortunately we cannot delete Gee's text here above. (Besides I'm amazed that Gee, who doesn't seem to be a loutish guy, has come to such wrong doings.) There's nothing left to be done but translating! Here we are. Like in the song "Tea for two..."
B T 1 topic? > Be letter T a topic? 2 4 T >....... We'd sing two for tea. T 4 2 >....... That's tea for two. 5 o'clock T > The five o'clock tea 4 U > ........ is for you.
Topic got 1 response. > Topic got one response.
That means that Gee or any else SMS user could release further responses. Don't feel sleepy, delete harshly, or translate promptly. I stay by your side, Caramba.
Hé! This is the most interesting topic I've never seen! But the way : TTT ttt TT and......... Y! Yeah! Willy The Security Guard (of the Delavigne Corp.)
I'm so glad this morning because Willy, our merry accomplice, appreciates the nagiri's T topic as being the most interesting topic he's ever seen. Yet Willy took up SMS writing! His message deserves an answer. Here you are, Willy.
I M :-) Tk U 4 Ur T N t N T N Y. I'd = 2 C U + ofN here. Y -? U R + Tzing. C U. G
If any readers who haven't got a mobile don't understand the SMS language, they've nothing to do but asking an angelical translation.