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This Drunk Guy Messaged His GF On Every App to Make Sure She Wasn’t Mad at Him

Drunk BF messaged GF on every app

Facebook/Kieron Cameron; Twitter/@_jodieduncan

You know how sometimes, you think people are mad about something that they aren’t even thinking about? And it’s like a million times worse when it’s your significant other? Well, this drunk guy knows the feeling a little too well.

Buzzfeed News reports that Kieron Cameron, an 18-year-old from Scotland, had gone out to a birthday party recently and got pretty drunk. His girlfriend, Jodie Duncan, ended up staying home because she felt sick. Cameron was planning on coming home after the party to spend some time with her, like a considerate boyfriend would do.

But maybe he was a little too considerate. Apparently, Cameron felt bad that he had gotten drunk while Duncan was stuck at home and not feeling well. So he decided to do the most logical thing drunk him could think of – message her on every app the two of them share:

He even sent her a Mac gift card with the caption “r u angry at me”. Talk about double-texting. Honestly though, we’ve wanted to do this too in order to get bae’s attention.

Jodie Duncan gift card Kieron Cameron


Duncan wasn’t actually mad. “Didn’t expect to go downstairs for a drink to come back to a message on every app we both have and especially a gift voucher with the message ‘R u angry at me,'” she told Buzzfeed News. “I wasn’t angry in the slightest, was just shaking my head at him. I don’t think Kieron would’ve sent me that if we didn’t have such a jokey/fun relationship because he knows I wouldn’t be annoyed at him about it.”

Even though Cameron took it a little overboard, his actions are definitely relatable. Duncan tweeted about her boyfriend’s messages and has been retweeted almost 30,000 times as well as favorited 86,000 times. “I only posted it to Twitter thinking our friends would get a laugh out of it. Loads of people think it’s cute and are quoting it saying ‘goals’ or whatever, which is nice,” she explained.

Better to have received 20 messages than to have received none at all.

[H/T: Elite Daily]

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