Time for a RESTRAINING ORDER. It's amazing there are really people out there who are so far detached from reality, they don't realize how terrifying and insane they truly are. This guy is the furthest thing from a "friend".
These texts allegedly hail from a restaurant over in the UK called Nando's, where a remarkably creepy young and thirsty lad went ahead and pursued a customer who was already spoken for. Little did the guy know that her boyfriend would (naturally) go ahead and share the conversation to Reddit.
These hilarious, vaguely gruesome accounts make me want to see a revised 'honest trailer' for what you're actually signing up for being around, next time you up and head to a Disney Park. Also. Maybe it's just the landscape of modern day television, but I've noticed a lot of the darker, thriller tv shows I've binged on Netflix feature particularly unsettling, climactic scenes/unnerving discoveries occurring within the absurd neon-lit confines of amusement parks. It's like the writers got it in their heads the best way to spotlight rule-breaking, deviant behavior is to contrast the tendencies with kids' laughter, echoes of amusement park rides, etc.
Throwback Thursday! This'll go down in history as the worst DNA Ancestry kit experience of all time. Can't even imagine how this family handled their truly shocking revelation. As the story unfolds though, we see it take on a more beautiful and loving note. It sounds like everything carried out was done so with the best of intentions.
If Julian Assange's goal here was to kick the proverbial hornet's nest, thereby igniting a full-fledged explosion of rage from crowds of people on Twitter....then mission accomplished. Let's just say we're all well aware of another undeniable truth, after Assange's tweet; and that is that you don't tweet sh*t like this, unless you want to kickstart a Twitter war.