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> Past (and pret?): texted, texed, text, textated, taxed, texxt - the
> possibilities are endless. I prefer, "Sent a text message to."
So do I, but in coping mode I imagine the past tense of text is tex'd.
Contractions are sublime, no?
> Am I into a useful question here, or am I slowly becoming unhinged?
Peter, it all hinges on you, bruh. Hang in there. I'll nextday you a can
of 3-in-1 oil the minute I read anything squeaky from you.
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