Guys, just a heads up. If you’re going to talk to multiple women on Snapchat, don’t make the mistake of creating a group chat when you’re intending to send the same message and photo to those women. That’s what Kyle did. Don’t be a Kyle.
Twitter user Elizabeth, aka @Springbreak2005, recently took to the social media platform to share the conversation that took to place after Kyle, a college student, accidentally invited a bunch of the women he was talking to into the same conversation.
I hung out with this guy a couple times last semester and this morning he tried to snapchat me and a bunch of other girls but accidentally started a huge groupchat and pic.twitter.com/CgSG5xGgro
Letting go of the past is tough, especially when it involves an event or person who affected you on a deeply emotional level.
And when your relationship with that person comes to an end and you’re feeling rejected, it can hurt a lot.
There’s a reason why the most popular songs are all about heartbreak. It’s because we all know the feeling. Heck, even if you never went through a particularly painful breakup, you can still imagine what it would be like, because the longing for a significant other is a feeling that’s so deeply ingrained in pretty much everyone.
Now I know this might comes as a shock, but believe it or not, some people start new relationships with people even when they’re not over another person.
In fact, they’ll keep going in a new relationship even when they’re secretly wishing they can be back with their ex! The nerve, right? As common as this reality of life is, there are some people who take their obsession with their ex way too far. Like this woman who seemingly thought she would be slick and name the son she had with her new man after her first love.
The worst part? The guy had no idea and found out in probably the worst way possible.
Reddit user BillNyes-InnerThigh dished out how the unfortunate discover occurred in Reddit’s Relationship Advice subreddit asking fellow internet peeps for some advice on how to proceed with this shocking discovery.
But there are some things that make this particular discovery somehow even worse. Like the fact that his wife’s ex’s name is a really unique one.
So it’s not like something you can delude yourself into thinking it’s a common name and a total coincidence.
Shockingly enough, it’s a common occurrence for people who are still obsessed with their ex to name their kid after them. Like this dude’s brother-in-law.
And there was this woman’s mother who gave her daughter the effeminate version of her ex’s name and then named her son this dude’s middle name.
OP promised to update the good people of Reddit once he confronts his wife about the name.
There were some people who began coming up with worst case scenarios.
While others tried to find a way to humanize his wife in this situation.
Not like the fact that they died would make it OK, but it does, in a morbid way, make it not as bad.
However, OP doesn’t think that this is the case.
Others came up with a not-so-traumatizing way for the kid to change his name.
Although when he gets older and learns the truth, it might mess him up.
Ted Cruz’s official Twitter account “liked” something pretty surprising, and it’s caused a huge reaction on social media. While it’s unclear who exactly “liked” the post, whoever it was “liked” something they probably shouldn’t have. Specifically a porn clip from the Twitter account “@SexuallPosts.”
According to The Verge, the tweet was liked by Cruz’s official Twitter account for nearly an hour before being deleted at around 1:20 a.m on Tuesday. The senator’s communications director Catherine Frazier, said the message “has been removed by staff and reported to Twitter,” suggesting that Cruz will say his account was hacked.
While the post was only up for an hour, Twitter still noticed. As did the account that posted the video…
Their biography now also encourages people to “follow for the same porn [Ted Cruz] watches.” Twitter found it hilarious, of course.
Oh horror of horrors! Last week, on July 7th, a family’s worst nightmare came to pass when a mother, using Domino’s app for the first time, unwittingly ordered a pizza monstrosity for the family to enjoy. The app, which allows you to customize every detail of a pizza, includes many toppings options, such as “sauce” and “cheese” that are best left untouched. It is my deepest regret to inform you that the mother did not know this.
The mother’s creation will haunt her through the rest of her life:
People on Twitter don’t seem to grasp the full horror of the situation:
Fortunately, DiGiorno’s (the unexpected shining night of pizza), swung in to save the day:
After having seen Domino’s terrifying creation, DiGiorno’s wanted to make things right:
Then they made the best joke of all time:
Meanwhile, people were in awe of the innocent mother who must have accidentally deselected many important ingredients on her pizza:
While DiGiorno’s has stepped up, Domino’s has done very little to set the world back on track. In fact, they might have made things a little worse: whenever they were mentioned in the chat, a Domino’s bot popped up to ask if we might want to order a customizable Domino’s pizza. No, Domino’s, we don’t.
It's fair to say that Alec Baldwin's impression of Donald Trump is one of the best things to happen to Saturday Night Live in a while. And it turns out that he’s so convincing, a newspaper in the Dominican Republic accidentally used a photo of the actor instead of the president in an article discussing Trump’s stance on Israeli settlements.
The paper stated the photo was sent to them by the Associated Press, correctly revealing that it was Alec Baldwin doing an impression of the president, but somehow, it accidentally made it into the paper.
My Amazon basket is currently full of items that I want but can’t afford. Chances are, you’re exactly the same. For Twitter user Alex Dello, she had a Sephora basket full to the brim with makeup worth $ 733. Which like the rest of us, she wants but can’t afford.
So when she recently entered an old gift card to see how much was on it, she was surprised to see that the order went through for some reason. Her reaction was pretty special…
Last week, a tweet by 17-year-old Jamal Hinton of Mesa, Arizona, went viral after he received an accidental text from someone else’s grandma. The teen was accidentally added to a Thanksgiving family group chat started by Wanda Dench, who had intended to add her own grandson but got the number wrong.
Dench didn’t know she’d got the number wrong until Hinton asked for a selfie to see if his own grandma had just got a new phone.
A tweet by Hinton, sharing the hilarious exchange, quickly went viral and acquired more than 200,000 retweets.
Dench told ABC 15 that Hinton had indeed come over for Thanksgiving dinner, and that it was destiny that the two meet. “This wasn’t me, it’s come from God above. He’s just using us as his tools and vessels to bring a message to others.”