About Texts From Last Night
Texts From Last Night (TFLN) was founded in February 2009 by two friends for reasons that may or may not include: the tendency to press send more easily as the night turns to morning, friends' social habits, disgraced government officials, exes, law school, closing down bars and leaving tabs open, general debauchery and/or a common disgust for all the negativity surrounding the 'sexting' phenomenon.
We prefer texts, not conversations. We reserve the right to post portions of conversations without duplicating the entire thing. It's not because the entire thing isn't funny, but the funniest texts are those we can all relate to, so without the context of the conversation, they become really funny.
Our goal was to create a site that was revealing in nature while concealing the identity of everyone involved. This is why we only ask for an area code to accompany your text messages.
We don't want texts that are offensive to the point of being viciously personal, racist, exceedingly profane, violent or excessively graphic in nature. It's a very hard thing to judge, but we'll do our best.
For more, check out our Terms of Service for full details of our legal policy. In short, please recognize that TFLN, our advertisers and anyone who promotes with us is doing so purely for entertainment purposes. In other words, we're not your parents, your employer, or your probation officer. In fact, they probably sent their texts in too.
If your text isn't published, not all is lost. Half of the material in our book has never been seen (especially if no one remembers sending it). Order our book here!
Welcome to TFLN. Enjoy your infamy!
Our Drinking Buddies:
Gear From Last Night sells merchandise and apparel inspired by the texts that we post.
If you love the new design of TFLN, thank MetaLab. If you hate it, well, we guess that's their problem too.
These fantastic people make sure that TFLN is always here when you need it. Like your boyfriend, only more reliable.
Most HTML and some design done by Pixelmatrix Design.
These guys make it possible to send your texts directly to TFLN. See how here.
Other questions? Feedback about the new site? Tell us by emailing email@example.com.