Sometimes people are their own worst enemies. Often times, it's an offshoot of hubris that ends up taking them down. Twitter user @killermarecat saw this happen first hand after inviting a guy over. Consider this a cautionary tale, men. At least wait until after you've "sealed the deal" to brag about it to your friends. It's probably for the best if you wait until the blood returns to your brain to text anyone, honestly. Otherwise, this could happen to you.
Try not to cringe when you read it.
We will never know whether Mare's potential visitor was right about that prediction since he blundered and sent this cute little message to the exact wrong person in his address book. Seriously, even sending it to his mom by mistake might have worked out better.
There's no telling who the 'bro' was that @ gentleman suitor wanted to inform that he was going to be 'balls deep' that evening, but he may have seen it after she tweeted their exchange to the world, mercifully leaving his name out of it.
Her friends were the first to see the guy's self-cockblock
But it quickly spread to a few dozen thousand other people on Twitter
The tweet made its way to our mystery man, too.
The tweet has received more than 22,000 retweets and 88,000 likes. There's a lesson here I'm sure, but I enjoyed this too much to not want to see it happen again, so you won't be getting it out of me. We haven't had any updates since, but I'm willing to bet that the guy is still balls deep in regret over his poorly aimed text. Live and learn -- and try being respectful to women, while you're at it.
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