Husband accidentally texts FOURTEEN women he matched on Bumble at the same time

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“Mass failure!” Man accidentally texts FOURTEEN women he matches up on Bumble at the same time – but the ladies thank the ‘loser’ for introducing them to ‘incredible’ group text

  • A man who called himself ‘British Will’ texted 14 women in New York saying he was back in town after leaving for the pandemic.
  • He said they had matched on Bumble before and he wanted to know if they were still single
  • Instead of sending the same text 14 times separately, he sent it to all 14 women at once – saying ‘huge failure on my side’ when caught
  • The women laughed at him and told him to leave, but expressed their gratitude for being connected, and some discussed the meeting
  • Someone renamed the group text to ‘British Will’s Angels’

A British man has been referred to as a ‘loser’ for accidentally sending a group text to 14 women he has matched with on Bumble – but while he certainly has any chance of finding a romance with them beaten, the ladies were happy to be introduced.

The man, who called himself ‘British Will’, recently sent the same message to 14 women in New York, telling them that he had just returned to town wondering if they were still single.

But while he clearly intended to send the identical message to each of the 14 women individually, he seems to be confused about how iMessage works, and instead include all 14 on the same texting thread.

Cringe! A British man has been called a ‘loser’ for accidentally sending group text to 14 women he matched on Bumble at the same time

“Hey stranger!” He wrote. ‘We matched on Bumble last year, but didn’t meet because of COVID. Just got back in town wondering if you’re still single ?! (British will!). ‘

Yikes!  He immediately realized his mistake when the answers poured in

Yikes! He immediately realized his mistake when the answers poured in

In screengrabs shared by the Instagram account @WillemII, the man appears to have sent the fateful message one evening this week at 9:05 pm

“Hey stranger!” He wrote. ‘We matched on Bumble last year, but didn’t meet because of COVID. Just got back in town wondering if you’re still single ?! (British will!). ‘

He immediately realized his mistake when the answers poured in.

“Did you just text fourteen girls at once?” a woman replied. “Goodbye, sir.”

Another agreed, “Hahahhahahah omg, yes he did.”

“Will, respectful suck ad, it’s hot girl summer,” wrote another.

Will was caught and admitted to screwing up, but tried to make light of the mistake by writing, 'Haha!  Mass failure on my side '

Will was caught and admitted to screwing up, but tried to make light of the mistake by writing, ‘Haha! Mass failure on my side ‘

Will was caught and admitted to screwing up, but tried to make light of the mistake by writing, ‘Haha! Massive failure on my side. ‘

But while the women were clearly put off by being treated this way, they also saw it as an opportunity to bond.

‘Ew ladies, if you wanna be friends @[redacted] on Instagram I have a nice roof and I promise we’ll have more fun than with this loser, ‘wrote one.

Others laughed at the cringe-worthy mistake, called it ‘the best I’ve ever been a part of’ and wrote, ‘I love this so much.

“British Will might need to change his number,” one of them said.

‘I’m also confused about how he made this happen. But I’m not mad about it! ‘sid one more.

So funny!  But while the women were clearly put off by being treated this way, they also saw it as an opportunity to bond

So funny! But while the women were clearly put off being treated this way, they also saw it as an opportunity to bond

They also took the opportunity to share their individual experiences with the British Will, with one of them saying she was going on a date with him, but he had ‘catfished’ her and weighed 30 to 50 lbs. more than his photos.

In the end, the women thought it was all funny and were happy to have met through the group text.

“Lol ok when do we get together?” one asked.

“Thank you British Will for putting us in touch,” said another.

Someone even renamed the group text to ‘British Will’s Angels’.

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