There's a guy named Carlos who's a student at the University of Calgary in Canada. And last week, he was at a bar on campus when he met a girl named Nicole. They hit it off, but she “accidentally” typed her number into his phone wrong.
I’ve had, no exaggeration, 187 women ACCIDENTALLY give me the wrong phone # too! But anyway…
So the next day, he found every Nicole in the student directory . . . all 246 of them . . . and he sent them an email to try to find that one special Nicole.
But . . . it didn't work exactly like he planned for two reasons.
- The Nicole he met wasn't in the directory, so she wasn't one of the 246 he emailed.
- And he didn't individually e-mail the Nicole’s, he just plopped all their addresses into a group email. So they started replying to EACH OTHER, and cut him off the email chain. Now they're becoming friends and hanging out.
The Nicoles have even started a Facebook group to keep in touch, titled "Nicole from last night".
There actually IS a bright side here for Carlos, though. One of those Nicoles DID know the Nicole he was looking for, and now she and Carlos are in touch and they're planning to go on a date.
Carlos should already know, if a girl puts 867-5309 into your phone, and her name is NOT Jenny, she wants no part of you dude.