Do you ever think about all the friends you would have forgotten about or lost contact with if it weren't for smartphones? Like, yes, I look at my phone too much, but I'm often looking at what my buds are up to, which rules.
Here's a perfect example from Twitter user @phuckland, a young music maker and bud to a kid named Evan:
You can see the two messaging each other on Twitter, then setting up a plan so @phuckland can watch his friend do some bike tricks on the street. It's truly cute as anything:
The tweet was first posted in 2017, but is circulating again because another user named @baaoslut ripped it off, because she says she just wanted "something wholesome" on her timeline:
I didn’t know either of them I just wanted something wholesome and cute on my twitter. Never wanted it to blow up the way that it did. But I found the guy that FaceTimed the kid he’s in the replies of this original tweet somewhere— self luv💛 (@baaoslut) April 18, 2018
She got called out on it, too:
But @phuckland doesn't seem too mad. Both he and the kid popping wheelies, @Gnarly_evan showed up in the replies:
The kids are still playing! It's crummy to steal tweets, but that hasn't stopped people from having their hearts melt over these two:
this post honestly made me giggle out loud and smile, this post is a blessing— alexandraa (@xelauolbaby) April 18, 2018
Friendship knows no bounds, especially with technology that allows you to watch wheelies from afar.