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Thursday, August 2, 2012

SEXTING

SEXTING

Well here is a dilemma previous generations never had to deal with.

I just received my second sext-message.  A very young, rather attractive young lady has sent me a picture of herself with her ample bare breasts semi-covered by her arm.  She is wearing only a thong pulled halfway down her butt and is standing on ruby red F-me pumps.  The first sext- message was similar in attire and pose.  There is only the picture, no dialog.

There is a phone number associated with the sext.  Should I text back and say “Whoa…wrong dude?”  This might be embarrassing to her.  Also I really don’t need follow up messages or conversations.  Should I say nothing?  When she figures out she is sexting to a wrong number will she call and rag on me for being a pervert? 

I delete the messages.  Well I show them to Mrs. C. first so she knows nothing fishy is going on…as if…and then I delete them.

Is this some weird scam to rip off an old man of his money?  Should I report it?

Who does this?  No, I mean I understand between two consenting adults this can be fun, kinda phone sex plus, but who does this without being sure of the phone number?

I think I will just play stupid and say nothing.  Hopefully the sexting will stop soon. 

In the meantime Mrs. C. and I will just make up our own explanation for the pictures…gee, I hope she comes home from work soon!      

7 comments:

  1. Oh Cranky, i made the fateful mistake of reading this post out loud to George and Abi...
    I told George that this was kind of like his grandad getting sext messages to which he laughed and then said, "Hey Abi maybe grandad wanted to get a better mobile phone so he could send text messages like that to nana".....to which Abi replied - "maybe thats why Nana never turns her mobile on...!!!!!"

    The grandkids obviously think my parents are way past getting any pleasure at seeing half naked photos of each other.....lol

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  2. You should send back a photo of you. Or Mrs Cranky.

    ;)

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  3. Scary to think of what could happen if the wrong person saw the pictures. Great another thing you need to ask a lawyer about.

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  4. Don't send her any pictures of yourself. If they become public they could make it impossible for you to run for high office. Don't be an Anthony Wiener.

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  5. Let her know back you're not the intended recipient. If she tries any followup, you've got her phone number, so you can go to the police.

    S

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  6. I just had to laugh that you are having to deal with this dilemma. Interesting times.......

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  7. It's probably Mrs. Cranky just trying to mess with you. She hired some young, beautiful thing to pose for a photo and send you the picture via text.

    She wanted to see how you'd handle it.
    It's a test.
    A PASS or FAIL test.

    So you got the text. You immediately told Mrs. Cranky about it. You then deleted it.

    PASS!

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