He called that bluff like a boss himself. Hopefully he's since on to bigger, better things.
When the grandma of a new baby sent out a mass text to family and friends a stranger was also included. It turned out he probably had someone's old phone number. That didn't stop him and his brother from visiting the new parents and bringing gifts for mom and baby to congratulate them.
How rare is it that we see a text sent to the wrong person evolve into a heartwarming scenario like this one---and with a Thanksgiving dinner invitation to boot! Jamal Hinton is one lucky dude, and you better believe as soon as he shared the original conversation to Twitter, plenty of other hungry teens were ready to beg for their invitations. Fortunately, the numbers have been disconnected!
We throw this one around a lot: 'damn that was one hell of a roller-coaster!' But this, this right here truly was. What we have is a fine example of a devious, skullduggerous troll with an appetite for preying upon 'wrong numbered' strangers, none the wiser; and a mission fucking accomplished. The ending's a definite cliffhanger though: I can't be the only one wondering whether or not random dude with terrible spelling/grammar is going to go check out that imaginary porn shop 'Mike's Mortuary.' There's no way. But then again, the dude did kind of come across as weirdly desperate...and strangely forthcoming about it.
Most wrong numbers end in a very awkward "sorry" or a "you're not my son!" But sometimes, the stars line up just right and some stranger magic happens. Good thing these people didn't pay attention to their dialing, because without their mistake we wouldn't have these wonderful gems right here.