Social Experiment of The Day: How Will Dudes Respond to Unsolicited Vag Pics?
Via: Thrillist
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Kerry Quinn from Thrillist has finally answered the question that everyone wants to know.

Dudes send unsolicited peen pics all the time through dating apps and text messages. So, how would they react if a random v-pic popped up on their screen?

They pretty much love it.

Quinn messaged 40 guys and 37 of them said they wanted to meet after receiving the random vag pic Quinn found on the Internet.

Most were very excited.

And, one guy just sent a pic of his dog.

We live in an exciting world.

Prank of The Day: Guy Thinks he is Texting Gorgeous Babe, Ends up Being His Dastardly Friend
Via: LADBible
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An Irish dude named Ollie was able to trick his friend into texting a girl named "Rachel" for nearly two days, even setting up plans to "Netflix and Chill."

His bud had met Rachel on Halloween night and went home with her. But she never texted back.

She had finally reached out, he thought. WRONG.

It was just Ollie.

Aren't friends just great?

A stranger texting this guy and his beard gets the best responses.
Via: EWW3
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He ain't never been called Wendy before. But surely people compliment his beard.

Edwin Wheeler kept getting texts from a wrong number, so he answered them politely with proof that he was not some lady named Wendy.

Then, he took screenshots and put the pictures on Imgur like a true gentleman.

"Maybe I should just accept my life as the bearded Wendy," he said.

We know the truth though. She kept 'accidentally' texting him just so she could keep getting pics of that sweet, sweet beard.

We would have done the same.

Via: iClarified
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A flaw in Apple’s iOS is allowing pranksters to remotely shut down other people’s phones.

Some iPhone users on Reddit recently discovered that sending a certain string of text to someone will force the recipient’s device to crash and reboot.

The issue apparently lies in the way the iPhone handles notifications and unicode.

Here’s an explanation from The Guardian:

When the text message is displayed by a banner alert or notification on the lockscreen, the system attempts to abbreviate the text with an ellipsis. If the ellipsis is placed in the middle of a set of non-Latin script characters, including Arabic, Marathi and Chinese, it causes the system to crash and the phone to reboot.

You can watch the error in action in the demo video above.

It reportedly only works if the other person does not already have their text thread open at the time, and you can prevent it from happening to you by turning off banner notifications and text previews (Here’s a visual of the settings on Imgur).

And if you can’t access your messages after the glitch, you can also apparently send a new message to the thread using Siri or Notes, and when it opens just delete the malicious text.

Of course the best way to prevent this from happening is by not being a troll and sending the text to anyone in the first place.

Apple apparently knows this is a problem and is hopefully working on a fix ASAP.

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Thanks to technology, we have lost all hope at a world where we communicate with each other through any means but our thumbs.

"Frozen" star Kristen Bell and the a cappella group Straight No Chaser have combined forces to make a new Christmas song for millennials which highlights that fact.

Tumblr user Hostage Situation had a bit of a problem: How do you get an overly-friendly screen-reader to back off on a public bus? Luckily she had an amazing friend, and then texting magic happened. Check it all out here!

Hat tip to Uproxx.

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