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Someone please shoot me in the face. #1, the only thing worse than a poor #1 is following it with a pile of moany explanatory or defensive comments... Have some class.

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I know when I send a particularly raunchy picture I'll triple check to make sure I sent it to the right person. I'm guilty of slipping up on some texts but they're never too bad like the situation OP's in.

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How hard would it have been for someone to watch where they were going, not multi-task, think before s/he spoke, etc. Many FMLs pertain to one's frustration about f*cking up some menial task or activity.

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Maybe OP hit "reply" to an older text and accidentally highlighted his/her prof by accident instead of her friend. It wouldn't have been a big deal if OP had texted "Are we going to The Silver Shamrock tonight?" b/c that would have warranted nothing more than an "oops, meant to text my friend". OP hopefully texted prof (or better yet, CALLED prof) to apologize and explain the situation. Hopefully prof won't take disciplinary action.

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I'm sure everyone has sent a message/text to the wrong person at one point or another. It's that first screw up (hopeful not too damaging) that makes you extra cautious the next time. Also I don't know if anyone else has this same problem but a few times that I've PMed someone on FML using Safari-- the accounts sometimes overlap its names and I've sent a message to the wrong person. It happens!

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This isn't a high school teacher, that has given their cell number out to the students. As a COLLEGE student I find this to be completely normal. My professors have their email & cell info included in the course syllabus that's given out at the start of each semester. So, in conclusion-- it is NOT weird at all to have your PROFESSOR'S phone number.

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Huh. Someone should tell the American Cancer Society to take "mammography" out of the list of tests used to evaluate breast disease in men, because Evan here says that's not how it's done.

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A lot of professors give their students their numbers just in case they need help or need to get in touch with them. It's not high school, it's college. It's really not that strange.

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