2b? Nt2b? ???

Somehow, it just does have the ring of when Shakespeare wrote it, which I guess is not surprising, as it comes from the goobers at a company called Dot Mobile:

Dot mobile, a British mobile phone service aimed at students, says it plans to condense classic works of literature into SMS text messages.

I suppose that they think this will ‘help’ idjit students who haven’t done their assignations cheat recall plot facts during tests. Somehow I can’t imagine instructors who notice 25 kids hunched over their cell phones during an exam not getting a wee bit suspicious.
I reckon the bride’s job is still secure for a little while.

3 Responses to “2b? Nt2b? ???”

  1. The_Real_JeffS says:

    “Goobers” may not be strong enough, Mr. Bingley. “Idiots” may be too strong, but I can’t think of anything else at the moment.

  2. Cullen says:

    On a related note, try this link out:
    Click the first “The cult” link. It’s Romeo and Juliet in “l33t” speak. The second “The (soon to be) cult” link is Hamlet performed the same way.
    WARNING: May produce nasal liquid eruptions. Drink coffee at your own risk.

  3. Nightfly says:

    When I see “2b Nt2b” I think of chess notation, not Shakespeare.

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