This has all the hallmarks of a fake to me, but it's so easy to imagine it happening — I manage to accidentally send text messages to the wrong people on my iPhone all the time — that I'm posting anyway: according to the Inquisitr, 18 year old Elizabeth Frisinger accidentally texted her dad instead of a friend with a short txtspk account of the loss of her virginity. Summary: it was gr8, Dad! Wish you were here! Her father was stoically unamused, demanding her immediate return on the next plane.
It's doubtlessly fake, but still, it's plausible. I think the iPhone is so easy to send text messages to people because it stores them like iChat conversations: you open the SMS app and are presented with your last "conversation." It's hard to get over the training of other phone's SMS systems to just start enterting text as soon as you open the app, though: I find myself assuming that after I enter my message and hit "Send," I'll then be asked what contact to send it to. It's merely an issue of retraining — the iPhone's system makes just as much sense as the other — but I've been finding it a big difficult to get over years of interface indoctrination.
Lost her virginity and texted her Dad [Inquisitr]