Progressive answers to the text of a woman EIGHT YEAR after asking what he intended – and no one buys his excuse
- An Ausralian Instagram page shared a short conversation with three messages online
- A man responded to a woman after eight years and said, “I had an update on my phone”
- It is not known whether the woman decided to reply to his long-awaited message
A bachelor candidate left the internet behind after he had responded to a woman’s text eight years after receiving it and blamed the automatic updates of his phone for the due date.
The conversation was shared on a popular Australian Instagram page, which put the fun of online dating in modern times.
“Can we please remember a thought for Sally, who received a reply this morning from a Adelaide man who only had to wait eight years and seven months before his phone would update,” the post read.
The hilarious conversation was shared on a popular Australian Instagram page, which put the fun of online dating in the modern age
The conversation began on July 17, 2011, when the technologically challenged man asked Sally how she was doing and added a suggestive emoji to his question.
Sally replied three days later on July 20 by saying that she was “thank you” and asked what he had done in the same way.
The chat went mysteriously silent with no response until more than 3,130 days later, when the Australian man replied that he had only received her message from 2011.
The social media that ridicule the hilarious exchange have since received more than 10,000 likes and hundreds of responses
“I had an update on my phone … long ago,” he said.
The social media that ridicule the hilarious exchange have since received more than 10,000 likes and hundreds of responses.
“That’s a standard response time,” a woman said.
“He is a man with focus and pure dedication,” said a man.
It is not known whether Sally responded to the man’s extremely delayed message.