We’ve all been in that awkward situation, the crowning embarrassment, the most cringeworthy of humiliations. Yes, I’m talking about drinking and dialling. Once you’ve gotten absolutely wasted and it’s the end of the night, when you’ve ridden a taxi home and have crawled into bed with your socks still on, you’ll probably start to feel sick, drunk, depressed and lonely.
Usually you’d be content to lie under the sheets like some kind of beached manatee, watching dog videos on YouTube while eating the soggy remains of your Doner kebab with a spork. But on this occasion, some misfiring neurons and a whole bunch of Jägerbombs have conspired against you to make the ignominious desicion to text an old flame, against the better judgement you’d doubtlessly display if you were still sober.
Maybe you’ll beg the ex to take you back, maybe you’ll make a crass pass at them to try and hook up, or maybe you’ll vent all that rage and resentment you’ve bottled up and call them every bad name under the sun. Who knows? But you’d better hope that, before you send whatever embarrassing, barely-articulate rant you’ve typed, that you send it to the right number.
After all, that’s exactly what happened to Twitter-user Farhan on the night of Sunday the 2nd of April, who found himself on the receiving end of a text message that was obviously intended to be sent to someone’s estranged ex. Trouble was, the message was so sad and pitiable that Farhan ended up feeling sorry for the poor guy, and ended up wondering “just who the hell was the mystery woman that this message was meant to be sent to?”
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