Have you ever noticed that most spy movies are oddly similar? That’s probably because they often use the same gender stereotypes. A protagonist is almost always a middle-aged man who saves a young woman he’s romantically involved with, even when she’s perfectly capable of saving herself.
The fake number is a classic escape technique that girls use on creepy guys they meet all the time, but in some cases, it can backfire. They might try to stalk you on social media or harass your friends and situations can escalate. One girl’s guy friend gave her a different solution.
Humor me for a second; you haven’t lived your life good enough to enter heaven and you weren’t bad enough to be sent to hell. You were a little naughty, though. Where would you spend eternity? In Heck, of course! Haven’t heard of it? It’s an imaginary minor version of hell that the internet has come up with, and everyone’s competing to see who can ‘implement’ the most appropriate torture there.
If you ever had the misfortune of texting the wrong number, you know how embarrassing it can be. Although most people have the courtesy of letting the careless senders know that they’ve made a mistake, some are not so nice.
This is exactly what happened to a guy named Jon, who thought he was texting a girl named Lynn.
Sometimes, life truly is stranger than fiction.
Being an introvert has never been easier; with a plethora of online streaming sites to keep you amused, online games, books and house delivery of pretty much anything you can think of, staying at home forever is now a fairly straightforward business.
Deeveeaar is a Youtube channel of dedicated scambaiters, focused mainly on exposing Indian scammers and call centres, and they take their job very seriously. Their aim is to “prank scammers, bait them, make them hate their job and demoralize illegitimate call centers,” making the internet a safer place for us all.