Student Accidentally Sends Two D*** Pics To His Class Group Chat
If you think you're having a bad day, let this story give you a bit of delightful schadenfreude, as we learn about a fella who accidentally sent not one, but two dick pics to his entire class.
Sharing the horrendous memory on Twitter, @Marese_CP wrote: "Okay, so here's the story of what happened, since some people actually think I did this on purpose."
Sorry, what? Some people think he would have done this on purpose? What kind of heavy faith do some people have in their aesthetic value of their genitals that they think a man would do this on purpose?
Our man goes on to explain that he broke his phone and being a poor college student, he wasn't able to fork out for a new phone, so he found a cheap repair shop where he took it to be fixed. Seems like a good idea, eh?
But when he got his phone back he noticed it was behaving strangely. Now, at this point he would have been wise to take it straight back and get it re-fixed, alas, he did not.
Rushing into class, with his phone unlocked and going off in his pocket, he grabs his papers and takes a seat, where he takes the chance to check his phone only to see that he's sent last night's dick photo-shoot pics to the entire group chat.
Anyone else feeling really sorry for the poor fella at this point?
And, if all that isn't mortifying enough, the pictures stayed there for the remainder of the year, because he wasn't able to delete the messages and the guy in control of the group refused to delete the chat.
So, next time you send a message to the wrong person and feel slightly mortified, spare a thought for this poor fella.
Since making the bold move to share the story, the tweet has gone viral with thousands of people retweeting and liking it as well as being flooded with comments - looks like there's no danger of him living this one down any time soon then.
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