I'm kindof freaked out about my cock not getting up this morning. Cove over later so I can sort this out. Do not post this on texts from last night.
Damn that would have been a great one. Hahah and don't worry...
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No matter if this is fake or not, it's fucking hilarious. The whole point of this site is to make the readers laugh
hahahahaha thats priceless
what a bitch move... i love it.
Lmfao. This happens. I receive drunk texts all the time, and then I say I'm putting it up.
And wow, I love ignorant people.
ahahahahahaha good shit
I have a 336 number and live in Texas.. 336 is North Carolina. It's possible. But thank for your ignorance ;)
People do keep their phone numbers after moving btw... I have a friend in FL now with an OH number that he has had for years. It happens.
I live in AZ, but have an OH number because it's too much work to change. My area code is 614, but all my friends are 623
very meta! i love it.
LOL. jerkface... nice one.
I don't care if its fake, this is epic.
Sorry but fake.
hahah, that's great
please tell me you went over later?
925 is in norcal
O god please be real. Lmao. Win.
I told you not to post that!!!
Just to put it out there I'm a
925 and going to school in texas, so yes it is possible.
fake or not i got a great laugh out of it.
girl who posts embarrasing texts FTW
I hope to god this is real
4:52....its called college...
That's just asking for it... xD
Fake does not equal epic. This text in particular fails, and hard. 3:33 is op
rofl that shit is hilarious. lmao good one
thats great, I would have posted too
you know theres always that one doucher in every text that says it fake i.e. 5:51 pm
(925) - California................(713) - Texas...............that's a pretty long drive to check out a limp dick! Only reason it posted was because of the "texts from last night" line...........
well, im from the 760 (palm springs california) and i'm moving to houston texas next year (thats the 713), so its possible. most people dont change cell numbers anymore; even if you switch providers it stays the same. why do you have to try to prove it wrong?