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Top Ten Texts From Last Night Out of the 970, 2015 Edition

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Earlier this year, we shared the 2015 editions of our favorite Texts From Last Night out of the 303 area code, as well as the 720.

Which makes it 970's turn.

Our latest collection of 970 messages from the hilarious Texts From Last Night site are plenty weird: They feature bizarre bongs, disturbing cats, a broken pinkie promise and lots of sexy, drunken shenanigans.

Thank you for sharing. Count down our photo-illustrated top ten below.

Number 10: The three keys to true love
Number 9: Good hygiene
Number 8: Hello, Kitty
Number 7: Best I Ever Had

Number 6: Shopping for necessities
Number 5: Cleanup time
Number 4: Strange promises
Number 3: Table for two
Number 2: Serving time
Number 1: Medical emergency

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