When texting with someone who is presumably into some less-than-legal business, this guy was asked to make sure the whole interaction does not look suspicious. And that’s exactly what he did. So stealthy. So inconspicuous. This dude should be working for the FBI.
This talented individual has been blessed with sharp intuition and a crisp understanding of how to keep things on the down low. There is no doubt that using the person’s name would have been a lot more alarming. Or just any random name. We would have gone with “Aunt Phillis” but that sounds a lot more suspicious than the final choice here.
This is some next-level move. This article features several entries of kids changing words to other words on their parents' phones, but this one definitely takes the cake. One really devoted kid (though we are not sure how commendable it should be to be so invested in trolling your parents) had some time with his or her mother's phone and there was no holding back.
Expertly and diligently, the child changed as many words as possible to "Nyoom." Honestly, changing every word you could think of? Just how bored was this kid? Do they have a vague notion of how hobbies work?
Isn't it lovely how people can have completely different associative connections to the same words? When encountered with "the thing", we immediately thought about "The Thing" from the Marvel Comic "Fantastic 4". Here, though, we can see that the original intention was some school notes, however, the person in the gray bubbles thought that "the thing" was some bedtime playtime.
No, dude. First, you pass the history exam, then you ask nicely, and if your partner is cool with it, only then you can get your version of "the thing." No one can have a good time with a history assignment looming over their heads.
You Can't Handle the Truth
Oh, the things you find when you go antiquing. Little pieces of history, trinkets from the days of yore, horse-shaped high heels — it's all so intriguing and not at all nightmare-inducing. Obviously, you need to send a picture of your treasured findings to everyone you know. Even if that treasured finding will irk them beyond reason.
Can you imagine hearing a ping from your phone, seeing your friend sent you a picture, and then opening the message to THIS? We wouldn't wish it on anyone. If this horseshoe is, in fact, the truth, we would rather be living in a lie.
Walking outside alone at nighttime isn't a very pleasant experience. It's dark and scary and everything makes weird noises. Walking outside alone at night is like being the star of a horror movie without the benefits of a script or a stunt double. To feel safer, many people resort to their phones and speak to a friend, be it via texts or actual phone calls.
This case, however, is one of the rare occasions where contacting a fellow human didn't make the nightwalker feel safer. In fact, it made them feel worse. No thanks. Next time, this person will probably take their chances indoors with Netflix.