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May 21, 2011

A couple of weeks ago I attended an overnight field trip to the Denver Zoo with Monkey’s third grade class.  And while I was “Bunking with the Beasts,” Brent received the following text message:

In case you were wondering, this message was not from me.

At the time, I was sleeping on a conference room floor, at the zoo, with 90 third graders. And needless to say, I was not the least bit horny.

That, combined with the fact that neither of us recognized the phone number made us come to the realization that Brent was not the intended receiver of this titillating text.  So we had a good giggle and dismissed it as operator error.

Still, I remained curious.  After all, someone sent my husband an extremely naughty text message.  I had to be sure it was truly a mistake.

So I did what any rational woman would do—I blocked my phone and called the number.  To no avail…it went straight to a generic voice message.

And then Brent brought up a point I had not considered before—a text message is typically sent to someone you know, a name in your contact list, not a phone number.  Especially a message of this nature. So even though Brent didn’t recognize the sender, the sender obviously had Brent listed as a contact in their phone.

We have since discovered the identity of the horny texter and sure enough, we know this person.  However, in the interest of tact (and yes, I have some), I will not reveal this person on my blog.

But it’s kind of killing me. It’s that good.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. tara permalink
    May 21, 2011 8:40 pm

    Ok see, that’s just not fair!

    My sister gets random texts sometimes. No idea how the wires get cossed, but it does happen!

    Spill it!

  2. May 21, 2011 9:53 pm

    I’ll bet you that next Christmas dinner ‘Horney Texter’ will be revealed—– we are still just in shock. Now excuse me while I go puke.

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