Our interactions have changed along with our technologies. Our cell phones make it simple for us to always have access to our friends and relatives.
Heck, you don’t even need someone’s phone number for most things these days. You can contact anyone you need in several ways thanks to the direct messaging features on most social media sites, just like the three conversations I’m currently having with the same individual on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Leaving that aside, there are times when you’ll need to send a direct SMS, such as when you exchange numbers with a cute person or a new buddy while out and about. You could also enjoy messaging the way it was done in the past (is texting honestly that old-fashioned?).
Just double-check that the numbers are recorded properly on your phone to avoid getting into a sticky scenario. The Wrong Number subreddit is the best location to demonstrate this concept.
Redditors post screenshots of their incorrect messaging conversations as part of a community dedicated to discussing “tales of mistaken identity.” These posts range from funny to wholesome to downright strange.
To share with you today, we have selected a few of the most popular posts. Scroll down to read more.
1. It’s only polite to respond when a random person sends you a random photo.