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Her sister and her sister's husband didn't answer. She woke up her mom, freaking her out. It was three hours before she learned that everything was fine and the text was an odd anomaly.
The text her sister received wished her a happy Valentine's Day. Mobile carriers offered unhelpful explanations for the weird-text phenomenon, which appeared to be widespread, at least according to social media.
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A Sprint spokeswoman said it resulted from to a "maintenance update" for messaging platforms at multiple U. T-Mobile called it a pefson party vendor issue.
Pereon Figueroa, a year-old from California, got an unwanted message from an ex she had stopped talking to — and then he got one from her as well. Neither actually sent them last night, both said. Figueroa couldn't figure it out, even worrying that her ex was messing with her, until she saw reports of this happening to others.
Test that text, Gomez seemed to assume she was on her way over to his house so they could order a Lyft. It took a half hour of back-and-forth texting and help from a screenshot to clear up the situation. Hinton texted back asking for a photo and received a selfie in return.
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The woman, Wanda Dench, was of no relation, a stranger to him. Hinton, 17, jokingly responded: "you not my grandma. Can I still get a plate tho?
The pair met Wednesday night — and Dench extended the invitation to Hinton's entire family. Their story, reported by Buzzfeed on Wednesday morning, immediately went viral.
The tale was seen by nearly two million people and re-tweeted overtimes. It had clearly touched a nerve for millions of Americans.