Chances are, you'd do just about anything for a husky puppy. Have you seen huskies recently? They're absolutely adorable. Especially husky puppies. And now one Twitter user, courtaney03, or Court, from Alaska, has shown just how far her roommates will go for a husky puppy — and it's pretty extreme.
One of Court's roommates recently received an offer she couldn't refuse — she could pay for a husky puppy with another kind of currency. So she decided to consult with her roommates by text whether she should go for it or not.
Of course, they decided that she should.
Court posted a picture of the puppy, who they decided to call Balto.
And proof that they asked the woman whose photos they sent to the guy.
To summarize, the house got a free puppy and didn't even have to do anything. Someone got scammed, but people seem to be OK with it. Twitter seemed to be OK with it too.
Yes this convo was from like 3 days ago and the pics are from today😂— court (@courtaney03) February 22, 2018
Though some people did seem to take issue with the exchange. Again, Court says she asked permission from the woman and received it.
So yo roommate violated another young lady by sending out her nudes without consent to get an adorable puppy? 🤔... Balance if I've ever seen it.— The City's Son (@TrippFontane) February 23, 2018
Imagine if this groupchat consisted of men lol "MEN R ACTUAL TRASH" "MEN R FUCKING DISGSITJFNF" LMAOOO "she's a slut" what happen to respecting other women lol say that shit to her face "Courtney"— IVAN (@wheresmyhugat) February 25, 2018
Others thought it was a pretty good deal.
Yeah honestly i see absolutely nothing wrong w the transaction lmao people are trippin. Long as you guys take care of the puppy you’re golden.— hurricane kara (@AKhurrricane) February 24, 2018
I got some baby raccoons. Ladies you know what to do ;)— Nicholas Johonas Walrus the 6th (@nickjohonas) February 23, 2018
Others are more concerned about the puppy.
Y’all just better give that puppy the life it deserves 😒— patty simcox (@lent_ava) February 24, 2018
A deal's a deal.