A college student hoping for some sweet, sweet action learned a tough but fair lesson about why you should always double-check who you are texting before you click &quot;send.&quot;The text exchange, which the recipient posted on Reddit, all started normally enough. The recipient, known as &quot;Tired Girl&quot; on Twitter, received a simple &quot;u up?&quot;-type message from a lover or friend, in which he addresses her as &quot;Marecat&quot; (maybe he meant to call her his &quot;meerkat&quot;? Her twitter handle is &quot;@killermarecat&quot; so this remains unclear ).Here&#39;s a screenshot: But does he remember which dorm though? She responded &quot;eating chips&quot; and &quot;crine&quot; (crying) (sounds like a perfect night to me!). The guy quickly planned his next move. &quot;Can I come over?&quot; he asked. &quot;I&#39;ll bring u chocolate.&quot;Tired Girl responded with an affirmative, giving him the green light to at LEAST &quot;eat chocolate and chill&quot; with her.Only problem? Her wannabe-paramour got way too excited at the prospect of potential sex. So excited that he accidentally sent the girl a text intended for his friend, &quot;Bro.&quot; Things quickly went downhill after that: Someone&#39;s about to not get balls deep anymore, bro. Woah, this was not a smooth move at all.Tired Girl also posted the convo on Twitter, where it has since been RT&#39;d nearly 20 thousand times.pic.twitter.com/YuiCja8J9L&mdash; maryrose (@killermarecat) February 20, 2017 I kind of feel bad for this man tbh. Even though it might seem like he deserved what was coming (or not coming) to him, this kind of thing could happen to anyone.For example I once accidentally texted &quot;I&#39;d rather die than go to Maggie&#39;s party&quot; to my friend Maggie who had just invited me to her party. I&#39;ve been balls deep in shame ever since.