Or at least so claimed the graffiti I saw on the way to work this morning.
But is that really true? My first guess would be “of course not!” But I’m having trouble thinking of txtspk that rhymes better than “C U L8TR L E G8TR”.
Can anyone suggest a better one? A mobile limerick, perhaps? Or maybe we should just change the rules, so that instead of 160 characters, each SMS has to be 17 syllables?
As the kids say*, that would be totally Obama.
* At least so the Sunday Age assures me. But really I’d rather go with the bloke outside the pub last night, who claimed the band inside was “totally off the hook”. Right on.
2 thoughts on “Mobile phones are no good for poetry”
Hmmm. A gastronomic txtspk poem: 1 PI I 8 WZ < GR8. FUH Q 4 N 20 😦
Mssed U @ Prty
Lst train home in solitude
C U 2moro
(OK, it’s not great poetry, and i can’t do txtspk, but whatever.)