Texting is a new form of communication that’s really risen to prominence in the last decade or so. It seems like it’s been around forever, but we’ve really only been using it for about 10 years. While some people knock texting for being impersonal, there’s something to be said for being able to document communication in such a concrete way.
Recently, a website was developed to share people’s last text messages.
He died of a seizure in the middle of the night.
This man committed suicide after sending these messages.
He left her after this conversation.
He died of an overdose a few days later.
After a girlfriend caught her boyfriend cheating on her with her best friend.
No more crying.
After these texts, this person died of an overdose.
Last text sent from a grandmother going into heart surgery. She died a few days later.
That’s just mean.
Final thing said before he found a new girlfriend.
This grandmother used to comment on her granddaughter’s Facebook pictures. This was the last time she did.
Last message a father sent before he died.
Last conversation with “The One.”
That’s how this friendship ended.
Hopefully they can move on from these truly heartbreaking text messages. It’s hard to erase messages like these, but it’s also hard to be met with a written reminder of the last time you ever heard from someone.