I'm sure there's an elderly person somewhere who enjoys getting unsolicited calls and texts (realistically, it's just calls), but if they exist, I haven't met them.
I wouldn't go on a cruise even if it were free, so I don't get too excited when a random number tells me I've won tickets.
Normally, spammers take steps to prevent people from responding to their annoying messages, but whoever was behind the now defunct winyourxmas.com didn't bother to take the necessary precautions.
Unfortunately for David, the man on the receiving end of the text was not interested in any free Christmases. The tables, as the old saying goes, were turned.
This conversation purportedly took place back in 2012, but I've gone to the far corners of the Internet and couldn't find any evidence of it existing prior to now.
Additionally, I don't have a Certificate of Authenticity to verify this exchange actually happened, but don't let that stop you from enjoying it.