Texts From Last Night: All the Texts That No One Remembers Sending

Texts From Last Night All the Texts That No One Remembers Sending In the tradition of The Truth About Chuck Norris PostSecret and I Can Has Cheezburger Texts from Last Night celebrates the funniest and most outrageous text messages from the instantly popular web

  • Title: Texts From Last Night: All the Texts That No One Remembers Sending
  • Author: Lauren Leto Ben Bator
  • ISBN: 9781592405435
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the tradition of The Truth About Chuck Norris, PostSecret, and I Can Has Cheezburger , Texts from Last Night celebrates the funniest and most outrageous text messages from the instantly popular website There are few forms of communication that are entertaining, appalling, and laugh out loud hilarious than the text message especially when it s received in the wee In the tradition of The Truth About Chuck Norris, PostSecret, and I Can Has Cheezburger , Texts from Last Night celebrates the funniest and most outrageous text messages from the instantly popular website There are few forms of communication that are entertaining, appalling, and laugh out loud hilarious than the text message especially when it s received in the wee hours of the morning from a friend who has had one too many shots of tequila Texts from Last Night is a celebration of the best, worst, and weirdest text messages that have ever been sent, such as Before i could say i m not the kind of girl, i was I got us kicked out of the bar because the waitress found me in the kitchen trying to make spaghetti The ticket read found nude in a tree Texts from Last Night is chock full of LOL and WTF moments and will make any thumb typer in recognition.Read Ben Bator and Lauren Leto s post on the Penguin Blog.

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    1. A collection of text messages sent, presumably, late at night by the drunk, high, or otherwise inebriated. There were some doozies that made me laugh, but after awhile it was too much of the same thing (I think about 98% of these end in puke or other bodily fluids being spilled). There's really only so much you can say on the subject of being smashed out of your mind and waking up in a strange place next to the most physically revolting excuse for a human being ever. Or maybe it's just funnier i [...]

    2. Saw a dirt cheap copy of this in used bookstore. They also had a book by Stephen Fry for the same price and I only had money for one. This book is a book of Regrets.Most of these are hilarious and perfect for getting writing inspiration from. Some references flew right by my head seeing as how I'm not American. Felt some bemusement and gratefulness that I'm ace and have never been in any situations like these. It's like being an alien watching a train wreck.

    3. Rude, crude, lewd, and literally had me laughing out loud (or should I say LOL'ing?) This book isn't going to make you a better person, improve your business acumen, or get you a better job -- but doggone it, it's gonna make you LAUGH!

    4. It's amazing what some people will send in a text message. I laughed my way through this book and I'd gladly read future installments too!

    5. Един забавен и откровено бих признала поучителен завършек на читателската година Много смях, затова и 4-те звездички!

    6. If you like rude humour, this one will make you laugh your a$$ off. Here are some of my favourites: (802)Does it bother you that I swallowed like millions of your unborn children(1-802) actually, I try not to think about it (802) and I pooped them out (I really have no idea what the numbers in the brackets mean i'm guessing they are area codes) (216) my tampon string is in my asshole do you think I can get it out without anyone noticing?(1-216) I'd get off the bar first (919) so I was just dri [...]

    7. This one was, perhaps, a touch more entertaining than books based on websites tend to be. At least some of these were sent while drunk. There are multiple references to sex and booze and drugs, which is half the fun. The book is loosely grouped into categories, but well worth reading straight through. One massive mistake I noticed: so there's this final section of texts for all 50 states in the USA, with the text for each state accompanied by a silhouette of the state in question. Look at the te [...]

    8. This book was absolutely shocking. The messages we send to each on a night of folly; some of the messages were just so outragous I honestly couldn't comprehend what was going throught the minds of the people that were texting. Oh wait was pure alcohol and it seemed that some were even on some types of drugs. Aside from the messages i felt the book was somewhat put together; it could have flowed a lot easier than it did but I guess that will be difficult with and the random texting that they had [...]

    9. We've all done things or said things that we wish we hadn't, but what saved us from humiliation was that no one else knew about them. Unfortunately, with the rise of the "text message" this has now changed and we are our own worst enemies in this regard. Just because something "can be" told to the whole world, doesn't mean that it should. The texts in this book range from those made while the senders judgement was questionable to those made musing on the deeds done after a time spent with suspec [...]

    10. Uh oh! Sent a text you didn't want to send? Too bad! Have a mischievous friend who wanted to show the world what you were like in an inebriated state? Even worse! This book captures the people who lead interesting night (and very early morning) lives in bite-size pieces beamed from phone to enterprising phone. One wonders what people 25, or even 50 years from now will think when they read this book! What were our predecessors thinking?! Probably the same things we are now, they'll say, biting th [...]

    11. This book was great! I loved reading them out loud to my husband while he was driving on long car trips. This book is not for children to hear. We laughed out loud constantly. I even bought this book as a birthday present for my friend who is not much of a reader. My daughter says there is a web site with these also but I like having it in book form to take with me. This book can be picked up and opened anywhere to read from. It is separated into chapters of texts on similar topics. Hysterical!

    12. I borrowed this from the library. yeah it's not exactly highbrow (not that my other reading is necessarily highbrow) and it's all available online, but it was free and Lauren Leto is my new girl crush so why not? classic feel-good sleaze in compact form. not to be read on buses, trains, or in front of overly sensitive elders, or basically anywhere where people are prone to reading over your shoulder. but it seems like a great educational resource for middle schoolers and a potential source of co [...]

    13. Pretty much the same stuff you find online but in print format. Still funny, mainly because I hadn’t read some of them in a while and because I can’t believe that there are people like this in the world. I recommend reading it in the bookstore instead of buying it. Most of the entries are still on the website, so it’s a skip unless you’re a major fan and would like a physical manifestation of the texts.

    14. I did not follow the website, so I wasn't sure what to expect from "Texts from Last Night." Honestly, the catchy title drew me in and made me want to read this.It was funny and cute. An alarming number of the texts featured in the book originated from the area code in which I live, so that was pretty surprising.Anyway, I definitely recommend this for anyone who is having a crappy day and needs a laugh. It works!

    15. This book was funny does that make me a blight on society maybe but who the hell cares. You only had a cell phone back when I was in college if you were a drug dealer, but had we all had cell phones, this book would have been a glimse into our world. I sent it to a few college buddies and they all agreed we might not have been the brightest bulbs in the lamp but we had a great freakin time none the lesslol

    16. I love this book. I originally heard of TFLN through twitter, and then I bought this as a gift for a friend because it was exactly her sort of thing (and a few of these texts even reminded me of her!). She loved it, and we both got plenty of laughs from it. It's definitely worth a flick through, and is sure to entertain.

    17. This is an easy to read book for when you need a good laugh. Some of the jokes are not appropriate for parents, but they might just over their heads and they don't realize how dirty the message is. This book has been passed from co-worker to co-worker and we've all laughed our asses off, discussing ones we found the most funny.

    18. Well, these were pretty funny. But terrible. So many were just terrible. I had to read them with under the assumption that everyone was writing them with a heavy dose of sarcasm to come away with any hope for the future of humanity. That being said I laughed out loud so many times it was ridiculous.

    19. Too much bathroom humor which I don't like, but (should I be ashamed to say?) I still thought this was very funny.I'm so thankful we didn't have smart phones, texting, etc. back when I was in my 20s! People will never again be able to deny or live down anything they *allegedly* have done is all documented now!

    20. While some of the entries were laugh-out-loud funny, I can't help but think, "Wow, there are some crazy, thoughtless people out there," and now there's a book (and website) that glorifies it. Many of the entries just had me shaking my head in disgust (I mean, who rubs poison oak on someone's sheets so that they can see who hooked up with who?). Sigh

    21. This book is genius. I admittedly have never heard of the original website before reading this book. It kept me laughing on each page. It is a collection of the best drunken, party animal, stoners texts to friends or accident slips to the wrong people. I highly recommend this book for anyone who knows how to be silly and who's open to obscenity cause this one's got it all, man.

    22. It was ok. Not sure if it was just my mood or if it was the book, but some of the texts in the book weren't that funny to me. I may try to read this book again sometime in the future, but right now, it just wasn't quite as good as I hoped it would be.

    23. My roommate shared this book with me and it is amazingly funny. My only problem is that I can't decide if it makes me want to lose all faith in humanity or do tequila shots. Perhaps I can multitask.

    24. 2.5 - I honestly don't know how many stars to give it. I liked it for what it wasbut I don't necessarily like the book.Also, I don't know if I feel more disheartened by the content of the book or that I read the whole thing

    25. What can I say, I absolutely loved this book. I pretty much carried it with me all day until I was done reading it. Several times I was laughing so hard that I was unable to breathe. The absurdity and stupidity of humankind rocked my world. This is a definite picker-upper for those bad days.

    26. I was very disappointed by this book. I felt like I was reading someone's inside joke or things could have been funnier if I would have known the whole thing rather than a sentence or two. Since the book was just a library rental and a one day read I don't feel horrible about my decision.

    27. The only thing that needs to be put into a review on this are three words: "Guilty Fucking Pleasure". It gives you zero hope in society and future generationsbut then I hope I'm long dead before those monkeys take controleven though some of them are surely in my generation

    28. "hey this is Lauren. i have to type for Jon because he's convinced the tongs hes holding are his real hands."

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