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Pregnant Side Chick Texts Wrong Number, Proceeds to Get Trolled to Oblivion

Big shoutout is in accordance for our Troll of the Hour, seizing a particularly awkward situation brought on by a pregnant stranger lady with an affinity for not spelling words correctly. You could say this troll has a supernatural ability to poke sarcastic fun at an otherwise shit-coated scenario. 

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Guy Gets a Text from Random Number and the Conversation That Ensues Is Full-Blown Madness

Just want to give mad props here to all parties involved for dragging this conversation between two unlikely strangers out. Can't say that I saw it going where it did after an innocent enough, 'Hey'.

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from the future future parking lot politics stranger Subway
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God, most useless future-version-of-myself ever. At least tell me which team to bet on for the World Series.

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In case you can't tell, that's a My Little Pony drawing in the second pic. Because there's no better way to flatter a stranger than to show them what they'd look like with a bad haircut, a pet T-Rex, and a strong interest in frighteningly cherubic animated horses.

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Have you seen this man, woman or man? Perhaps in a mirror?

Harry English, Niamh Geaney and Terence Manzanga have challenged each other to find someone who looks just like them, and they only have one month to do it.

The three friends from Ireland are using social media to crowdsource the new project which they are calling “Twin Strangers.”

“They say there are 7 people in the world who look exactly like you,” they write on their website. “We want to find OUR Twin Strangers.”

They’re asking people online to submit photos of anyone they think resembles one of them through their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

They were initially inspired by a journalist named Sophie Robehmed who successfully found her own twin back in 2011.

The search kicked off on March 30, and they’ve been documenting all of their progress up until this point on their blog.

With only two weeks left, Niamh met up with one of her potential twins in real life, and she is pretty much a dead ringer.

You can watch their encounter below, and submit your own photo if you think you look like one of them.