Typos made while texting on a cell phone resulting from multi-letter key functions, the fill-in-the-word process, and the sender's lazy assumption that the phone has assembled the correct words. For example, in the phase "Are you later", "Are" is a texpo in the intended phrase "See you later".
Check your texpos because I haven't a clue what you are trying to say.
His texpos are out of control.
Every third word is a texpo. Please clarify.