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I think that sometimes I could replace a regular call with text messages. Everyone take a note here, if Jenny says that she doesn’t text she is flat out lying!!!!
Oh Jason….shush. You probably text as much as I do!
I do text but hardly ever. Maybe half a dozen people or so but never an everyday kind of thing. I think it would be totally different “if” my phone worked from the house and I had it on all the time. I think if you need something and it could replace a 10 minute phone call, it’s convenient but you have to know the person you’re texting and whether they’ll see it of not. Sometimes if I just need milk and don’t want to talk for 10 minutes it would be really nice. Sometimes I’ll cheat and text Toby and ask him to pick something up on the way home. I like the idea of it a lot.
I text all the time! It’s very convenient.
I text Dan if necessary, but further, I email more than I text.
I used to text like crazy but now that Sean is here and not in the UK i hardly ever do.
Very rarely. I have one guy who occasionally sends me a short, silly text and I sometimes reply. Keeps life interesting, I guess. Most people I deal with do not “text” but are on their email all day. To me, email is a lot easier since I’m usually at my computer anyway.
I do, but I don’t like it and I don’t like getting them. Call me if you want to talk to me and it’s easier to talk b/c then things don’t get misinterpreted as easily!
Yes I do. I have a Blackberry but am fixing to upgrade to a DROID X!
Our 26 & 21 year old daughters do between 10k – 13k text messages a month! YIKES!
I’m like Joy… coverage at my house is deplorable, so I have a 200 text limit on my phone. I found that it was actually cheaper to pay the five bucks a month for texts I don’t use, than twenty-five cents apiece for the texts that I sent. Amazing.
I think I might text more if I had better coverage and had unlimited, but I’m pretty cheap. Also, I only know one person who really texts with any regularity, who would actually text me back!
Come on, I’d text you back. The funny thing is I can text from home but seeing I can’t call, days and days go by without me even turning my phone on. But, if I texted anyone daily, I’d keep it on. There was a period in time that I texted my best girlfriend and cousin many times daily and a few blog people but that kind of petered out. I do enjoy it even if it’s a funny thought or a “hey did you see that catch?” It is fun to do and I do agree with Laura that it’s a whole lot cheaper to pay for the “bulk” texting rather than to pay as you go. That’s highway robbery.
I do, only my oldest sister, and occasionally my best friend. My sister is 90% deaf without her hearing aides, and not too much better with them, so texting works better for her. I don’t give my number to too many people. I have prepaid, not an unlimited plan so I try to not to txt SO much. I had to tell my sister to stop sending me pictures because they take like 3 minutes off!
I text Navar some times.
As a parent to teenagers texting is a MUST! That is their preferred mode of quick communication. When the conversation needs to be longer or is important then we talk, but for quick little messages texting is great!
I do not text. As a matter of fact we had the texting removed from our phones.