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Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

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lululu
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by Straightarrow

Posted by lululu

Posted by Straightarrow

Posted by BargainMama

I would think nothing of getting a text at 5am, because I'm smart enough to put my phone on silent at night. I have a home phone, so if it's an emergency, my family knows my phone number.



We don't have a home phone, so we can't be smart enough to leave our phones on silent

My SO's son also is emotionally disturbed and lives with his mother, so we do leave our phones on because he has had issues at night where we need to hear our phones.

So I guess it is a splitChat Icon

I also think it is rude because it WASN'T an emergency.

C'est la vie, maybe I just want softball season to be overChat Icon Chat Icon



But you can silence a text thread. If you know that she does this often then why not just put it so you don't get notifications for that one text chain.



Cuz it's not my phone, lol



Perhaps your SO is the one being rude then by not silencing the text thread when he knows people respond at all hours and it wakes you?

Posted 9/27/19 1:43 PM
 
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ChilisWife
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

No. I wouldn't call. But texts are fair game.

Posted 9/28/19 5:46 PM
 

Mrs213
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by lululu

Posted by Straightarrow

Posted by lululu

Posted by Straightarrow

Posted by BargainMama

I would think nothing of getting a text at 5am, because I'm smart enough to put my phone on silent at night. I have a home phone, so if it's an emergency, my family knows my phone number.



We don't have a home phone, so we can't be smart enough to leave our phones on silent

My SO's son also is emotionally disturbed and lives with his mother, so we do leave our phones on because he has had issues at night where we need to hear our phones.

So I guess it is a splitChat Icon

I also think it is rude because it WASN'T an emergency.

C'est la vie, maybe I just want softball season to be overChat Icon Chat Icon



But you can silence a text thread. If you know that she does this often then why not just put it so you don't get notifications for that one text chain.



Cuz it's not my phone, lol



Perhaps your SO is the one being rude then by not silencing the text thread when he knows people respond at all hours and it wakes you?



You can silence just the notifications for texts, this way if someone calls it will still go through.. my phone also has an option to allow calls or text from certain people Even when it’s on do not disturb

Posted 9/28/19 8:27 PM
 

aliwnec10
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by Lucky09

Funny - I keep my texts on silent all the time, so I don’t find it rude at all.



me too!

Posted 9/28/19 8:42 PM
 

eroxgirl
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

I wouldn't do it. When I want to send a text at off hours I'll actually schedule it to arrive at a better time so as not to disturb the person I'm texting. You can text at 5am and still be considerate.

Posted 10/1/19 10:31 AM
 

shadows
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by eroxgirl

I wouldn't do it. When I want to send a text at off hours I'll actually schedule it to arrive at a better time so as not to disturb the person I'm texting. You can text at 5am and still be considerate.



I had no idea you could do this! On an iPhone?

Posted 10/1/19 11:07 AM
 

eroxgirl
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by shadows

Posted by eroxgirl

I wouldn't do it. When I want to send a text at off hours I'll actually schedule it to arrive at a better time so as not to disturb the person I'm texting. You can text at 5am and still be considerate.



I had no idea you could do this! On an iPhone?



I'm not sure, I've always had an android so I don't bother anyone with my 1am musings, lol.

So if you can't do that on an iPhone then I'll give a pass.

Posted 10/1/19 11:12 AM
 

shadows
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Re: Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

Posted by eroxgirl

Posted by shadows

Posted by eroxgirl

I wouldn't do it. When I want to send a text at off hours I'll actually schedule it to arrive at a better time so as not to disturb the person I'm texting. You can text at 5am and still be considerate.



I had no idea you could do this! On an iPhone?



I'm not sure, I've always had an android so I don't bother anyone with my 1am musings, lol.

So if you can't do that on an iPhone then I'll give a pass.




Chat Icon thanks, that’s a cool feature.

Posted 10/1/19 12:47 PM
 

MrsA1012
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Opinion: Is it rude to answer a text message at 5:10am?

no , it wouldn't bother me because my phone is on silent.

Posted 10/2/19 9:48 PM
 
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