You know what they say: If she don't drunk text you, you ain't the one.
So Gatwick Airport must be absolutely thrilled Annie from Nottingham had them on her mind as she was out on the town.
Most people drunk text their ex or someone they fancy.... Not me.... What the actual fuck was going through my drunken mind pic.twitter.com/fK2XT8Hdtq — Annie (@annievicvic) September 27, 2016
Despite the fact that Gatwick airport wasn't out partying with her, and probably never will be, she had no problem sliding into its DMs.
At 5:15 am, Annie texted the airport,
Hey xx everything okay xx
Despite the fact that Gatwick Airport is, in fact, an airport, it may as well be an ex-lover because that is what the message sounds like.
When she woke up in the morning, it seems like she was just as confused as Gatwick Airport probably would have been.
Most people drunk text their ex or someone they fancy... Not me.... What the actual fuck was going through my drunken mind.
To make it worse, Gatwick didn't even open her message of concern. But Gatwick is not alone. Hundreds of men (and women) wake up to drunk messages every day. And while some are flattered by the thought, others are just annoyed.
When asked about getting drunk texts from girls in an online forum, one guy said,
I don't respond to unsolicited texts after 9pm. I'm asleep, right?
Another guy was more considerate, saying,
I don't take drunk texts seriously, they're just jokes to me. Even if a girl admits that she likes me, I'll ignore it, because those are words her sober self should be saying. When I get drunk texts, the only thing I do is text them later to see if they got home safe.
And this guy was brutally realistic, stating,
I think she wants the dick.
So there you have it. Some girls look for action in the most unlikely of places -- like airports, apparently.