Whatever the particular reason, Chad was texting in Theater 10 when the previews commenced.
Contribute $10 to United Nations flood-relief efforts by texting SWAT to the number 50555.
Though I doubt Woods will be texting anything non-PG any time soon, here are some ways he (or you) can become a master sexter.
The irony of all this is that in some ways, texting naughty pictures might actually be safer than Snapchatting them, said McLane.
But if he's texting about plans with mutual friends for later that evening, it's OK.
Last May, a texting engineer caused another train crash in Boston, injuring 50 people.
Her OSI agents were calling and texting, pleading with her to talk.
Shawn and Willow," Karen says, "were texting back and forth.
“She was at the Cobb movie theater when she was confronted by the defendant for texting,” Garcia reported.
Meanwhile, anybody named Anthony Weiner should forget about texting.
late 14c., "wording of anything written," from Old French texte, Old North French tixte (12c.), from Medieval Latin textus "the Scriptures, text, treatise," in Late Latin "written account, content, characters used in a document," from Latin textus "style or texture of a work," literally "thing woven," from past participle stem of texere "to weave," from PIE root *tek- "to weave, to fabricate, to make; make wicker or wattle framework" (see texture).
An ancient metaphor: thought is a thread, and the raconteur is a spinner of yarns -- but the true storyteller, the poet, is a weaver. The scribes made this old and audible abstraction into a new and visible fact. After long practice, their work took on such an even, flexible texture that they called the written page a textus, which means cloth. [Robert Bringhurst, "The Elements of Typographic Style"]
"to send a text message by mobile system," 2005; see text (n.). Related: Texted; texting. It formerly was a verb meaning "to write in text letters" (1590s).