You know how it is. You're out for a few drinks when you get a text from an unknown number. Could it be a new friend you forgot to save? An emergency? Or is it a woman with a cheating boyfriend wrapped up in some sort of incest fantasy? It's definitely one of the three.
Twitter user @StrickJackson shared a series of screenshots of a conversation he says he had with someone in the Number 3 category. Buckle up—it's a wild ride.
So, not only does this mystery person have a boyfriend named Trevor who is cheating on her, he's cheating on her with his cousin, Michelle. Cousin.
And it's not the cousin part that's bothering her. In fact, she seems intrigued by the idea.
Whatever you do, do not order The Cousin Special.
People are calling this text exchange fake:
They're going on Detective Internet on it:
the number gets minimised under the pic so it’s perfectly reasonable— ritz (@ritzbiscuits) April 10, 2018
if it’s real why is her contact saved in your phone cause that’s too short to be a number— Kami (@TheCoffaholic) April 10, 2018
@StrickJackson insists it's real as can be, though he admits it might be someone pranking him.
So many people are saying it's fake and getting mad at me 😂😅 i honestly hope it was someone just messing with me but those were my real reactions and texts and I thought it was funny so I posted it to twitter! 🤷♂️— Jackson Strick (@StrickJackson) April 9, 2018
Most people are happy just to enjoy and not question. Life is composed of little joys, ya know?
It's true. Twitter still has honest content which can make you laugh out loud on reading. God bless you.— SoumyajyotiB (@bookish_erudite) April 9, 2018
This hit me closer to home than anything because my name is Jackson AND I'm from Alabama.— Jackson Isaacson (@jacksonisaacson) April 9, 2018
But if you're in a family with both a Trevor and a Michelle, maybe check in. Make sure everything is going okay. But not toooo okay.