11 People Who Definitely Texted The Wrong Numbers
There was a period during my freshman year of college when my knockoff Blackberry would arbitrarily send texts and photos to random numbers in my list of contacts.
I never had a reason to emancipate myself from my parents like so many of the child stars from my generation did, so I had no idea when a message would randomly get sent to my mother or father.
I had to wait four months until I finally qualified for an upgrade, a stretch of time during which sending any message past 10 pm on a weekend was enough to give me a rush of adrenaline.
Whether you're giving or receiving (like sex), wrong numbers are an essential part of life (also like sex). However, some experiences are more memorable than others (again, like sex).
I'm willing to bet the people involved in these conversations learned a very important lesson about always making sure you know exactly who's going to be on the receiving end before hitting "SEND."
I was going to say he doesn't really look like a Wendy, but who am I to judge?
I'm assuming Tony was hoping the person in that picture looked like more of a Tanya (unless that guy's name is Tanya. Like I said, I don't want to judge).
Pictured: How not to get a five-star rating on Uber.
The last thing you want to do when texting before a first date is send the text meant for the person you're already dating to the person who didn't know you're already dating someone.
I hope the person who was supposed to be on the receiving end of this conversation got to be on the receiving end of something else.
I hate when drug dealers have holiday hours.
They were just trying to be helpful. I hope Jazzy doesn't have to constantly deal with such rudeness.
Even if the first picture was unsolicited, it's only fair.
And with that, Dad decided he no longer wanted to understand how to use all of this newfangled technology.
Some people might call this an overreaction but that was clearly a very aggressive "hey."
I saved the best for last. Get ready for an adventure.