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  • the mods suck. this site is going down like iccarus.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 1:12pm
  • what was the idiot saying about most people start at one so its really 19 seconds..... thats retarded

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 3:52pm
  • 20MPH? I now imagine this text taking place on a horse galloping down a highway.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 8:49am
  • I find consolation in these comments. If all the morons are busy on here here leaving comments, it means they're not having sex. And that's a good thing.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 9, 09 at 8:47am
  • because multiplying and dividing is soo difficult..... oh wait.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:31am
  • why do you even care???

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 5:39pm
  • ...and in VA they are every .1 miles. Except for the one someone ran over the other day.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 7:45pm
  • "I think everyone is missing the point. How does this text constitute a "text you shouldn't have sent last night?" This is a pointless addition due to its lack of debauchery, humility, or sarcasm. This site was a clever idea, however, I see it quickly deteriorating because of people posting unrelated or fabricated texts." I'll second that.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 4:40pm
  • These comments are hysterical. Funnier than the post. Where I'm from MILE markers, mark MILES. Not tenth miles. Must be a nawthun thing. So I say 1 mile in 18 sec, which is about 180 mph. Yeah, not.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 11:08am
  • the mods suck. this site is going down like iccarus

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 1:11pm
  • OK Math illiterates... 2Mi/18sec = 1mi/9sec = .11mi/1sec This means their going .11Mi/sec Convert that back into MPH... .11mi/sec X 60 = 6.66mi/min 6.66mi/min X 60 = 400MPH!!! Somebody's been sneaking into the Air Force's garage and stealing jet engines!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:09am
  • Not every state in the Union has mile markers set to .1 or .2 miles. In SC we have them once every mile.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 7:15pm
  • maine is the most wonderful place ever. you can time travel there, did you know?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:03am
  • Maybe they realized they shouldn't have sent it because of how stupid they sound.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 3:12pm
  • (248)I survived the trip.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 9:48am
  • If you start counting at one instead of zero on accident wouldn't that make it 17 not 19?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:40am
  • WOW. If he traveled BETWEEN 2 mile markers, that's ONE mile. one mile in 18 seconds is 3.3 miles a minute or 198 miles an hour. nice job. =]

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 9, 09 at 1:21pm
  • I can't decide if I feel dumber or smarter after reading all that shit back and forth between a few of you....But one things for sure.. it just wasted about 5 minutes of my life....

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 6:26pm
  • Wait u actually did the math? Get a life

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:22am
  • this text sucks but the comments are hilarious so it was worth the trouble

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 7:00pm
  • THAT'S NOT FUCKING POSSIBLE

    Submitted by poop12 on May 1, 10 at 11:27pm
  • mile markers mark miles. They're every mile, I dunno what state does it every .1 miles... Also 18 seconds = 3/10th of a minute, 60 mph = 1mile/minute so 10/3 of 60 gives you 200 miles per hour. And between two posts is one mile. But yeah this is bullshit as no one is going 200mph on the freeway. Also don't bitch at other people because you can't do mental math.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 3:52pm
  • mile markers are 1/10th of a mile apart. 18 seconds to travel 1/10th of a mile is a blazing 20 mph

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:38am
    • hey...dumbass...they're called MILE markers, therefore theyre every mile!!!!!!!..not every tenth of a mile you dumb fuck

      Submitted by nhlbubba on Dec 2, 10 at 8:49am
  • wasn't funny in the first place

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 11:30am
  • Wait, if we're going on 1 Mile Markers shouldn't it be around 150 mph? One mile in 1 minute is 60 mph. One mile in 30 seconds is 120 mph. If you round to 15 seconds that's 150 miles an hour. So he'd be going a little less than 150 mph, which is reasonable. I've done 130 mph in my little Civic.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 3:15pm
  • Mile markers mark miles, not tenth miles. The closest Interstate to where i live is 40 mins...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 11:48am
  • You're all fucking idiots for reading all of the posts, doing the math (incorrectly for the most part), and then trying to make your own points. Oh wait... I just did exactly that

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 3:27am
  • Wow, I feel retarded even weighing in on this one but being from Maine I figured I'd toss in my two cents. Mile markers here are 1 mile apart and the highway is empty enough, especially at night, to easily hit 200mph in a vehicle capable of such a feat. Knowing how the kids up here like to trick out their vehicles I can see 200 MPH as perfectly plausible.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 8:02pm
  • Mile marker #1 => 20.0 miles Mile marker #2 => 20.1 miles 0.1/(18/3600) = 20 miles/hour

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 8:03am
    • ur stupid...they traveled a mile in 18 secs...that translates to 102 MPH, most cars govern out at 100 MPH, but going down hill they can go a little faster, so this text is probably true...dumb fuck!!

      Submitted by nhlbubba on Dec 2, 10 at 8:53am
  • well actually between two mile markers(which occur every tenth of a mile) would 1/10th of a mile... good job on your awesome logic...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:32am
  • NJ, NY, and PA use every 10th of mile dumb ass...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 4:45pm
    • This one's from Maine, dumbass.

      Submitted by huskerfan9287 on Jun 2, 10 at 10:49pm
    • hey...dumbass...they're called MILE markers, therefore theyre every mile!!!!!!!..if its anything other than a mile, their called something else!!!!!!!!!

      Submitted by nhlbubba on Dec 2, 10 at 8:46am
  • as for the site deteriorating due to texts that "miss the point of the website)...TFLN has moderators that select which texts are posted. you can't simply submit "Hi. What are you up to?" as a text and expect to see it posted.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 9:12am
  • I think everyone is missing the point. How does this text constitute a "text you shouldn't have sent last night?" This is a pointless addition due to its lack of debauchery, humility, or sarcasm. This site was a clever idea, however, I see it quickly deteriorating because of people posting unrelated or fabricated texts.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:45am
  • IT IS EASILY 200 MPH. FUCKING IDIOTS CAN'T DO MATH.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 20, 09 at 3:14pm
    • its 102MPH...not that hard of math

      Submitted by nhlbubba on Dec 2, 10 at 8:47am
      • If you were going 120MPH it would 30 secs to go one mile. Double check your math. That is all.

        Submitted by hatcher833 on Feb 9, 11 at 3:32pm
  • I think some of these comments were funnier than the text just because people apparently don't have common sense. YAY!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 11:12am
  • Mile marker #1 => 20.0 miles Mile marker #2 => 20.2 miles 0.2/(18/3600) = 4 miles/hour

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 7:13am
  • Pretty sure if you get out of a big city, the mile markers are actually a mile apart (at least where I go to school). So that would mean he went one mile in 18 seconds. Didn't think it was that hard to understand.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:17pm
  • the thing is, if they WERE driving fast, should they have been texting?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:16pm
  • You're did it improperly.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:36am
  • 18/2=9. you traveled 9.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:50am
  • this is hilarious, i'm glad only one person here knows how to do a 7th grade unit conversion lol

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:49pm
  • wow.... i agree with the other person from Maine. Inaccuracy of counting aloud + the exclusion of fractions of a second + I95 (pretty much our only highway) + very young kids with really well paying seasonal jobs = I think that this is actually a damn feasible text.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 26, 09 at 6:55pm
  • Do not underestimate the drive (pun intended, I guess) of bored teenage Mainers who have nothing better to do with their time than work a bunch of jobs and funnel all that money into their cars. It's not every Mainer, definitely, but there are plenty of them, trust me. -Anonymous New Hampshirite

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 18, 09 at 2:15pm
  • its funnier knowing he was going 20 mph

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 3:36am
  • well if you take into account that most people start counting at 1 and not zero, its technically closer to about 19 seconds in which case would be about 189 mph.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 12:28am
  • Dude, they very well could have been goin 200 miles, NEVER underestimate the sheer force that is stupidity. I went 110 mph once in my four cylinder 96 Toyota Tacoma in highschool. But I do concur with everyone who says this txt was filler. I just wanted someone to do the math for me.

    Submitted by DuhBatman357 on Nov 7, 11 at 8:00pm
  • since i live in maine...first off, we don't have fucking time travel. so whoever said that is fucking retarded. and there is NOT enough traffic anyweheres on the interstate in maine that you would have to go 20 mph. so most likely they were going a lot faster than they should have been...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 27, 09 at 8:20pm
  • its 20 mph guys.. read up

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 6:20am
  • i thought it was funny. time feels different when smashed. and when traveling at a velocity that warps the space / time continuum. i used to watch star trek, i'll have you know.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:42am
  • lol, I was just about to say... mile markers really happen either every tenth of a mile or quarter of a mile...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:36am
    • dumb fuck...its a MILE marker, therefore its every MILE, not every tenth of a mile or quarter of a mile...stupid idiot, gooooosh

      Submitted by nhlbubba on Dec 2, 10 at 8:50am
  • "I can't decide if I feel dumber or smarter after reading all that shit back and forth between a few of you....But one things for sure.. it just wasted about 5 minutes of my life...." Took you five minutes to read this? Maybe you are retarded... time to reevaluate

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 1:22pm
  • they guy saying "Im wasted" made these replies so fucking funny cause it was so random. props to the guy drunk at work

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 12:58pm
  • Shoot yourselves. Twice.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 2, 09 at 1:19am
  • you should have said "You" and not "you're". jack ass.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:40am
  • Hey, retard, passing BETWEEN 2 mile markers = a distance of 1 mile... good job on the 4th grade math... awful job using basic logic (which is what counts)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:22am
  • Anonymous, you're so silly

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 13, 09 at 7:10pm
  • this is totaly stupid, but i cant stop laughing

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:20am
  • Yeah, mile markers have 1/10th mile markers now... At least around here.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 3, 09 at 1:54pm
  • Heads up mile markers aren't placed at 1 mile intervals. Most of them at 1/8 of a mile(at least where I live) intervals meaning around 22-24MPH. Which quite honestly makes even less sense.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 22, 09 at 12:12am
  • "Wow, I feel retarded even weighing in on this one but being from Maine I figured I'd toss in my two cents. Mile markers here are 1 mile apart and the highway is empty enough, especially at night, to easily hit 200mph in a vehicle capable of such a feat. Knowing how the kids up here like to trick out their vehicles I can see 200 MPH as perfectly plausible." No its not. most ferraris don't even reach 200 mph. Unless these "tricked out" cars you see around are super cars, you are quite incorrect.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 6:18pm
  • one mile / minute is 60 miles an hour. 2 miles in about 20 seconds, that's one mile in about 10 seconds. 60 *3 = 180 miles / hour.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 1, 09 at 3:29pm
  • all of your fucking comments made that text not even funny anymore. thanks dickheads.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 2:19am
  • I can't believe I read the whole thing. I'm just itching to put my own 2 cents in, but what's the point?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 1, 10 at 4:11am
  • okay. for everyone who does not live in Maine, or has never traveled to Maine. Our mile markers are 1 mile apart, not 1/10 mile...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 30, 09 at 3:49am
  • waste of my time ;-) shit I'm drunk now...at work :-)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:58pm
  • the text says BETWEEN two mile markers. They didn't travel BY two mile markers.

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 15, 09 at 10:07am
  • I are sorry. "Jackass" is one word. Tit for tat, motherfucker.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 30, 09 at 1:44am
  • YOU CAN PASS 2 MILE MARKERS AFTER ONLY DRIVING A MILE (RETARDS) they were going like 160... keep up all the grade A math though

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 23, 09 at 7:18am
  • no, mile markers AREN'T every mile; they're every 0.1 mile, fuckstick

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 25, 09 at 1:32pm
  • Everyone needs to read the ENTIRE conversation up to here, I got many a good laugh at the failure of basic math skills and shit talking.

    Submitted by anonymousone on Oct 6, 10 at 1:08am
  • They might not have been in Maine.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 2, 10 at 7:17am
  • lololololollolololololololol

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 4, 09 at 7:20pm
  • "find consolation in these comments. If all the morons are busy on here here leaving comments, it means they're not having sex. And that's a good thing." you just did too...and so did i...fuck

    Submitted by Anonymous on May 13, 09 at 6:25pm
  • I'm laughing my ass off at all of these responses...I'm scratching my head as to why everyone assumes op was referring to going 'fast'??

    Submitted by ky80 on Jun 16, 11 at 5:37am
  • yeaaa 207 represent our insatiable lust for fast trucks, country music, and dogs who will ride with us yeaaaaa

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 9, 09 at 7:17am
  • This whole conversation was a really good read! Five stars!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 30, 09 at 4:24pm
  • its easy, 3,600 seconds in an hour, divide that by 18 to get mph. = 200. not in maine you didnt.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 17, 09 at 12:15pm
  • you're doing it wrong (all approximated for easy sake) 18 seconds...round it to 20. 20 seconds=2/3rdminute so, 2 miles in about 20 seconds, and thus 1 mile in 10 second (APPROXIMATED) and thus, 6 miles in a minute, multiply by 60 for the umber of minutes in an hour, you were traveling (APPROXIMATELY) 360mph... so you were the heaviest, most powerful, and most aerodynamic car possible, going downhill, and had someone pushing at the same time...or in an aircraft of some sort.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Aug 20, 09 at 1:02am