And Who Am I? That's one secret I'll never tell.

Posted by Abdel Kadz on Monday, August 11, 2008 with 5 comments
I've received text messages like this before. At first I thought there were really people out there faced with the dilemma of expressing their feelings from the deep recesses of their hearts and souls (wehehe) to somebody else, in this case, to me. But truth be known, this just happens to be a viral advertising campaign of those who want to cash in on consumer's text credits.

Para malaman mo, I texted Secret and sent it to 2910. What I got as a reply was that I am now subscribed to, what else, SECRET where they send text messages daily at P2.50 each. F--K! They got me at the first line. It seemed too sincere to me, like whoever sent this knows me. But why would this person who is supposedly too shy to tell her (or his.. weheh) feelings for me opt for this kind of service when his/her number is there for me to see and text and call. I already sent a text message to the number flagged on my phone asking WTF the message was all about. Up to this writing, I got no reply. But don't expect me to send other text messages or even to drop a call to incessantly inquire about the veracity of the contents of this message. I rarely load on credits anyways, except on weekends, so they'll not get any centavos from me.

If you get a message like this, here's the thing to do: Press Options, scroll down, and press Delete.