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Photos: Top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719 area code, 2013 edition

Over the course of 2013, we've shared three hilarious Texts From Last Night collections keyed to Colorado area codes: 303, 720 and 970.

But don't think we forgot you, 719. With the year winding to a close, it's finally your turn -- and lucky thing, because your latest batch of texts, which we've photo-illustrated, may be the most consistently bizarre and twisted batch yet.

Count down our ten favorites below and see what we mean.

Number 10: This is only a test Number 9: Animal attraction Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719 area code, 2013 edition. Number 8: Make mine a double Number 7: Cry "uncle." Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719 area code, 2013 edition. Number 6: Prints charming Number 5: While you were sleeping Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719 area code, 2013 edition. Number 4: Bar none Number 3: There's Waldo! Continue to keep counting down our top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719 area code, 2013 edition. Number 2: Who's for dessert? Number 1: Eat your vegetables or you'll be punished

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