If you’re a millennial getting a phone call, it’s one of two people: your mom or a telemarketer. And as this message exchange can prove, if it wasn’t anyone else, they probably didn’t mean to call you.
I’ll admit that Lily’s delivery could have been a teensy bit better but at least she’s honest. Still, it’s pretty disheartening to know that she definitely wasn’t trying to call you.
While it might not be the worst story we've heard so far, it's certainly not the best. After summoning up the courage to tell her crush how she really feels, he responds with a 'let's just nip that in the bud,' phrase that's as casual as fast-food dining.
We can't really tell if that's just cruel or actually less hurtful than blatantly rejecting her.
Most apps help you do one thing really well and Snapchat's thing must be keeping secrets. While secrets can be good, they're only great you’re in on them. Otherwise, you feel a little silly when they're actually about you.
And while Snapchat still has an unsavory reputation for their private snaps, at least this guy's friend let him in on the secret. Turns out their secret snaps aren't so secretive after all.
Now That's Just Mean
If texts were to tell us something about the sender, it would be that some people have an impressively evil capacity for sympathy, as is the case with this text message.
Saying you feel sorry for someone who clearly has feelings for you just means you're probably a nasty person.
Um... Who Is This?
We have to admit, this one actually made us laugh a little too much... But if we had to be on the receiving end of that message, we can only imagine that our heart would be beyond irreparable.
Imagine professing your love to someone special and them replying with "who is this?" Ouch.