Contestants had to stand with their hands behind their backs until a bell sounded and a message appeared on an overhead screen. The winner was judged on whoever’s message — checked for exact punctuation — reached the judges first.
The text tests ranged from “faster than a speeding bullet…” and “what we do in life echoes in eternity” to the less poetic “OMG, nd 2 talk asap,” which for those over 30 means “Oh my God, need to talk as soon as possible.” —FYI, 13yo skool grl is nu US txt mssg chmpN (Yahoo! AFP (Wayback Archive))
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