So… I got a strange text message today. It was from someone who didn’t realize I wasn’t the person he was trying to get in touch with. So I decided to have a little fun with the guy who refers to himself as D ski.
I’m probably supposed to get back in touch with D tomorrow to figure out when I can meet him to buy those awesome shoes. But I don’t think I will. I may need to block D ski after today’s virtual encounter.
UPDATE: So Rebecca pointed out that my fantastic small group helped me out with a little of this situation last night. I had no idea that you could search for people by their phone numbers on Facebook. And that’s exactly what we did. We were able to find “D ski” and “Tye” on the social network, but, sadly, we could not locate Tina. They’re fairly local, only a couple hours’ drive away. But I really don’t think I’d look good in the glittery, gold high heels. It would have been funny to do like one friend suggested: she would text D and say she was “Tina’s girl” and that she wanted the shoes and would pay $15 for them. As it is, I’ve gone ahead and cut off D ski for good. He texted me this morning to let me know he was headed south and that he had the shoes with him. I thought about coming up with something to respond with, but just decided to block his number instead. Don’t think I’ll be hearing from D ski or Tye again. Tina might have some explaining to do, though.