Mobile 'Mavs' more common than you'd think

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A survey by a British mobile phone company discovered one in three users have mistakenly sent text messages to the wrong person, often with bizare and embarassing results. From a fellow who wanted to message his friend for the number of a girl he liked, and ended up sending it to his current girlfriend, to explicit messages being mistakenly sent from daughter to mom, mis-paging a message isn't so uncommon.
A company spokesman said, "Most people dropped clangers because they flicked through their mobile phone book and clicked on the wrong name. For instance users who had meant to send to Dan or Danielle click on the name before which in many cases is Dad."
And you thought 'maving' on a muck was embarassing...

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