Nothing good ever comes from these random texters who won't tell you who they are or where they got your number from.
Just another way the d bag is trying to get inside you're head and have some sort of impact on your day. Same as all the other internet creeps.
A random dick pic followed by "see you at work" would be a highly effective way to mess with most people's heads. Hopefully it's some pathetic person attempting to do just that, rather than some pathetic person you actually know.
"Nothing bye" like it's a verbal conversation and they can just play it off like they didn't mumble something lol
The dick pic is coming from inside the house!!!!
Omg I really want someone to try this on me now. I work from home; I would have a field day with this fucker.
It was the janitor in the study with the...clay dick?
Oh my gosh, this is something that really irks me about creeps. Surely they know that I have a transcript of the entire conversation in front of me? They have one too! They have to know that they can't play something off with "never mind" or pretend they never said something. I'm not sure if it's an attempt at gaslighting or if they're just that stupid, probably a bit of both.
I love how they sometimes downvote you after you delete their comment. It's like a child throwing a tantrum after they get in trouble.
Sending out pictures of a clay dick... that's new...
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Maybe it was the janitor or something. :c
That's some entry-level stalking/harassment. If I were in your shoes, would this be enough to get the cops involved? I've always been hesitant to call the police unless I'm 100% sure they'll take it seriously, or if it's worth the effort to begin with.
Edit: My wording was off. I wasn't trying to give advice, just asking if this is worth getting cops involved for future reference. :)
This reminded me of the last time I got a message by a "mysterious" texter. It was in high school. Luckily, my moron detectors started going off and I realized it was a girl from my class. I didn't reply of course. She later revealed herself like "Oh, you know that text about (whatever shitty deceitful thing it was). That was me." I thought..jfc you idiot, I know. And I was like "what number did you send this to?" And when she read my number from her phone I was like "LOL, that's not my number. I never got that message." She totally lit up thinking she revealed something super clever, and then I watched the disappointment spread on her face and it was hilarious.
This is just ridiculous. Some people nnever get close to growing up.