This iPhone conversation between a random kid and a stranger at the AT & T Store is funny
One of my favorite pastimes in the Apple or AT & T business is to make charitable organizations out of their mobile phone plans to donate money to those affected by disasters. You would think I would get the pros and cons of an iPhone 8 vs. iPhone. an iPhone X or an iPhone X because it has no home button (seriously, how is it done?).
But fast, I'm just there to build my own brand Robin Hood.
I can not believe that they do not deny the allegations on the cell phone plans in stores (I can not imagine that I'm the first one with this idea), but it does give me something to do while I'm on whomever I'm in the shop to fix her iPhone screen for the millionth time.
But as Twitter user Demi Lomeli has discovered, there are many other ways to have fun in a mobile phone store.
She was talking to someone who had a friend of theirs. They used the dummy phone in the store to write them.
The person on the other line understandably wanted her number to be deleted from the phone and her friend agreed.
And luckily, they ended up with text messages from this great kid during class.
After some really funny insults, the young man sent some wonderful pictures to the poor student who was just watching the lesson.
But how should they do it if they get high quality selfies like this?
You must admire that the child has trouble harassing a random person and sending them pictures of his face.
The student at the other end asks for the ceaseless selfies to stop, but it looks like the kid is just starting.
Honestly, when I started getting funny funny photos of a complete stranger, I do not think it would bother me. I mean, it depends on the kind of photos I would get … Actually, no matter. If I was in a situation where I had to explain why an Eastern European man has random pictures of children on his phone, I do not think it would end well for me.
After they had finally fulfilled the boy's pictures, the student had enough and asked him not to send them anymore.
But what they did not expect was that this kid delivered the best deal of 2018:
F *** school, I'm a rapper.
Lomeli is not the only one that happens in a random text conversation.
When he realized his mistake, it was too late, the act was done. The cat was out of his pocket and in the professor's inbox.
However, as Sparrow's luck would have it, the professor found the cat endearing and allowed him to resubmit his assignment.
Guess he has a funny, grinning cat to thank for his 100's. Well, who said that memes are a waste of time?