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Mobile phones across Australia have received texts from the equality campaign encouraging them to 'Vote Yes' in the gay marriage postal survey.The unsolicited message was sent out randomly to people across the country on Saturday and asked people to 'vote YES for a fairer Australia'.In her 30s and 40s, they are like pears, still nice, hanging a bit. ” The mother smiles and says, “Well, dear, a man goes through three phases also. He walks to his son's room and asks him what happened at school, the son tells him, "I had sex with my teacher." The father tells the boy that he is so proud of him, and he is going to reward him with the bike he has been asking for.In his 20s, his willy is like an oak tree, mighty and hard. " Man: "Three to five times a week." Reporter: "No no! On the way to the store, the dad asks his son if he would like to ride his new bike home. A little girl and boy are fighting about the differences between the sexes, and which one is better." Sarah goes to school, and the teacher says, "Today we are going to learn multi-syllable words, class.Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Marriage Equality campaign for comment. For example, use of TTYL – “talk to you later”, or L8R – “later” may help you type quickly, but that doesn’t help decode text when it may be used for other reasons.
'While one woman wrote: 'Just received a text message from the vote yes campaign...
The language is a combination of shorthand, shortened words, and creative spellings by kids using uppercase and lowercase, as well as use of punctuation marks.
An issue for parents is deciding on how to understand slang and acronyms that they may otherwise think are just jibberish.
The move sparked outrage from those online however, with many flocking to social media to express their concern about how the campaign had got their numbers.
The messages were sent by 'Yes Equality' and told people the survey forms had arrived and that people could 'help make history,' before pointing them to their website. Another labelled the message 'spam,' while a Facebook user wrote they were determined to vote no and asked whether the campaign was allowed to text people.