This isn't a funny matter so I'll respond to this in all seriousness. Yes, your parents can read your text messages. In fact, when they bought you your phone there was an option to send a copy of all your text messages (and the message you receive) to a central database. That database is accessible to anyone who has the username and password, including your parents, grandparents and teachers. However, there is a good news: a few parents opt out of this database option. The database option often goes by the name "family plan." If you're concerned, you should ask your parents if you have a "family plan." But don't worry, text messages are only saved in the database for five years. With the exception of photos -- all photos you receive or send are saved for at least fifteen years (check your states law for individual photo storage laws).