Drunk dialing, drunk texting, drunk emailing, drunk blogging — it's all a pretty bad idea. Thankfully, technology is on your side, and there are a number of ways your tech can keep you from making margarita-induced communication mistakes post happy hour.
One of my favorite websites is Texts From Last Night, which compiles all of your hilarious, regrettable, embarrassing, and TMI texts from, well, the night before (that is after you or someone else submits them). The site is so popular it not only has its own BlackBerry app, but it's coming to the boob tube. That's right, a TFLN show will be written by Steve Holland and produced by Sony TV and Happy Madison and will air on the Fox network.
Primarily, the show will focus on post-college twenty-somethings that are trying to figure out their lives, with texting and crazy events from the night before taking center stage. It sounds like Dawson's Creek meets My So-Called Life after they've graduated from college and hit their quarter-life crises.
If you've already caught the TFLN bug (and own a BlackBerry), then you may want to know about their new free BlackBerry App. With this app you can check out all of the latest TFLN updates and open ones up individually to read the juicy comments!
Drunk dialing, drunk texting, drunk emailing, drunk blogging — it's all a pretty bad idea. Thankfully, technology is on your side and there are a number of ways your tech can keep you from making margarita-induced communication mistakes.
Chronic drunk texters, beware. The website Texts From Last Night is about to call you out.
The site compiles the best texts from the night before — compiled, of course, after you, shame-facedly, or your text receivers send them in to the site.
Of course, it's still an amazing read for the rest of us without that texting habit. Oh, and remember: just because you weren't drunk doesn't means your texts weren't ridiculous, Ted Mosby.
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