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"Family Texting" Commercial
by The Great Piranha (fortneyiii@aol.com)

Rated: G   Genre: Family   User Review: ****
I'm twelve years old, this idea came to me in science class and I thought it would make a great commercial...please enjoy!

This screenplay is copyrighted to its author. All rights reserved. This screenplay may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the author.


A beautiful, peppy mom in her mid-30s sits down at a kitchen
table in a nice suburban house with a notepad.
So, I want you guys to translate
your texting-talk for me.
She is adressing this to her tween boy and girl.
What does LOL mean?
Laughing out loud.
I don't know.
Oh my God.
By the way.
Got to go.
The boy and girl look at each other.


What does WTF mean?
The boy and the girl fidget nervously.
Cut to:

Girl lying on her bed, texting.

Boy walking the dog, texting.

Mom on the subway, texting.
Now, let your whole family
experience the magic of texting!
With .......'s new family texting
plan, you only have to pay
$........... a month to get your
whole family connected by the
miracle of text messaging!
Back to mom.
So what does it mean?
Cut to:

Phone company's logo.
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From Shelby Date 7/12/2008 ****
I dont get it?

From Michael Kobzeff Date 5/16/2008 **1/2
i thought i missed the gag, had to reread it again.

From Molly Date 4/18/2008 ****
I really like it, but I think you should put at the end after the mom's last line have one of the kids say, "well, it means..." then before they say it, have the logo appear. Nice work.

From Alicia Date 4/1/2008 ****
Really funny. Liked it!

From Josh A. Echevarria Date 3/31/2008 ****
It really a great idea. I liked it. It was well written even though it was 2 pages. You kept it simple and short. Straight to the point which is how it should be. Great job. Next step is to write a short film script.

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