Drunk text messaging set me free!

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    Feb 15, 2008 11:59 PM GMT
    You ever have the moment when you drunk text message someone? You just text the summary of what you feel about someone.

    I was just thinking about the time that I text message this guy and told him that I really liked him. Which I did but at the same time knew he was bad for me. I never got a response from him.

    I was standing with the moment of truth!

    Something about drunk text messaging and emailing is sort of a liberation! Your saying your truth feelings and your putting them in the open, even though the truth can be scary sometimes it takes you exactly where you need to be.

    Just keep it pg-13 lol Any positive drunk text message experiences out there?

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    Feb 16, 2008 12:41 AM GMT
    Yep, it feels like it taps some sort of 'creative unconscious', where there's free flow of thoughts, less words but very concise meaning of the complete message you want to convey.

    Sms, facebook walls, e-mails, phone calls and face-to-face.

    No apologies.

    Let's drink to that, cheersicon_wink.gif
  • MikePhilPerez

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    Feb 16, 2008 12:49 AM GMT
    I've never been drunk icon_cool.gif

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    Feb 16, 2008 1:59 AM GMT
    dreamdrop saidYou ever have the moment when you drunk text message someone? You just text the summary of what you feel about someone.

    I was just thinking about the time that I text message this guy and told him that I really liked him. Which I did but at the same time knew he was bad for me. I never got a response from him.

    I was standing with the moment of truth!

    Something about drunk text messaging and emailing is sort of a liberation! Your saying your truth feelings and your putting them in the open, even though the truth can be scary sometimes it takes you exactly where you need to be.

    Just keep it pg-13 lol Any positive drunk text message experiences out there?



    I think drunk texting is just as dumb as drunk dialing, or drunk pounding on somebody's door. No one's going to take you seriously, and when you're dealing with something as delicate as relationships, you never know whether they really just didn't like you or if they realized you're a freak who can't handle genuine conversation.

    That also goes for sober texting, facebooking or whatever. I don't care how many veiled messages you want to leave on your away message, just strike up a conversation with me and ask me out in person!

    I'm probably just old-fashioned.
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    Feb 16, 2008 6:09 AM GMT
    Ok Skotlake I want a date! Lol


    btw I didn't say I was drunk on the text message. It was a truth that had to come out.

    I have closure now and that's the important thing.

    Text messaging is the our new consciousness.


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    Feb 16, 2008 8:46 AM GMT
    Drunk texts, Drunk E-mails, Drunk Phone Calls, Drunk Conversations, Drunk . . . BLOGS. ( icon_redface.gifI knowicon_redface.gif )

    I am a very honest drunk and it is nice. I am reminded the day after of all the nice things I said, nice things I did, and so on.

    I always found it funny cause I thought I was either having a normal conversation or just typing like normal. Turns out I talk A LOT with my hands when drunk and (even though most words are spelt wrong) I write very open and nice blogs. icon_wink.gif

    The dangerous thing is that I have learned that I can be very honest with myself when drunk and think of all the things my sober mind can't . . .
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    Feb 16, 2008 11:42 AM GMT
    MikePhil saidI've never been drunk icon_cool.gif

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    And you call yourself irish boyo?
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    Feb 16, 2008 11:51 AM GMT
    I have never had any real mishaps while under the influence of alcohol honestly accept for some sloppy yet thoughtful poetry along with a terrible drawing that i gave to my then boyfriend. THe poem was called what does love mean? Plenty of mispellings and stuff but he fell in love with me before i fell in love with him. By the time i realised it though it was 2 months after i had broken up with him well i kind of realized it less than 2 weeks afterwards but i was stubborn to take him back and he was too stubborn to start living on his own. Old news recently i had a high mishap where i told My new love interest that i love him. He is still talking with me and he was incredibly romantic and thoughtful without using the l word with me so i don't think he was too freaked out by my using the l word for him so soon. icon_neutral.gif
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    Feb 16, 2008 11:56 AM GMT
    Alexander89 said[quote][cite]MikePhil said[/cite]I've never been drunk icon_cool.gif

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    And you call yourself irish boyo?
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    I know, I know, I feel like I don't belong icon_sad.gif
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    Feb 16, 2008 12:59 PM GMT
    txt at 3 am

    him: "r u up?"

    me: "no"

    him: "wanna get up?"

    me: "no"

    him: "I can make it good"

    me: "go to bed"

    him: "who is this?"

    there's a funnier one with drunk voice mail messages...
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    Feb 17, 2008 10:32 AM GMT
    I got the courage to send this to my high school crush (straight icon_cry.gif ) after coming home drunk:


    I love you

    Send this to everyone in your phonebook, and you'll get the message:

    SORRY YOU HAVE ZERO BALANCE


    Kinda like a tongue-in-cheek way of saying it. To those who don't get it, it's a joke about chain "texts". But at least I said "I love you" and meant it, right? LOL

    He didn't reply... the bastard. icon_evil.gif
  • TonyD

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    Feb 28, 2008 3:01 PM GMT
    sometimes, in life, it so embarrassing to say something to someone's face...text messaging is a way to quasi-hide from the other person while STILL communicating.

    A few weeks ago, a friend didnt want to talk with me (directly) due to embarrassment on his part. I texted him and slowly drew him out of his shell. it was nice.


    Also, like email, I've had people be more obnoxious than usual using text (one guy thinks being accusatory and bold is him being 'direct')...somehow, emailing is a more traveled ground for this...maybe cuz email is more oftn associated with computer and text is almost always associated with phone, a more personal on the spot communique. No, I'm not still dating the accusatory emailer...icon_confused.gif
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    Feb 28, 2008 3:49 PM GMT
    In vino veritas. Not.
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    Feb 28, 2008 4:44 PM GMT
    I had a guy I like (as a friend) stop calling/texting me cause he thought I was hitting on him in a text.
    All in all, if friends can't handle attention like that, esp in a text, then there's no point in being friends.
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    Feb 28, 2008 4:47 PM GMT
    Lol, I'm not much of a drunk texter.. as most of the time the person texts back and says, whaaaaat? Because I'm so drunk I mesh all the letters together. Now drunk dialing.. I'm known for that, I'll call people I haven't talk to in a while and just gab away about random shit.