A woman texted lyrics from Adele's song "Hello" to her ex, and he had absolutely no idea what was going on. Mary Caldarella had some good clean fun with her ex, Matt, by pulling a prank that any unsuspecting man could fall for. It could even happen to someone like you. The raw grit of Adele makes for perfect texts about a breakup.
Here is the text conversation, in all its glory:
His first guess is that she's drunk:
I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet to go over everything.
I feel like you'll really regret saying this when you are sober.
Then things take a turn for the hilarious when he wonders if one of them is going to die soon:
It's no secret that the both of us are running out of time.
Running out of time??
Then the confusion kicks really kicks in for him:
It's so typical of me to talk about myself, I'm sorry. I hope that you're well
Babe what are you talking about? You miss me??
We get a glimpse from a hilarious incident earlier in their relationship:
At least I can say that I've tried.
Last time I asked if we could go on a date when I came to Auburn you told me to go f##k myself.
And, at last, we come to the title lyrics of the song, which he interprets as fun and flirty:
Hello from the other side.
Then mention of phone calls makes him think she's texting a wrong number:
I must've called a thousand times.
What?? I think you have the wrong Matt.
The poetic magnitude of Adele lyrics now have him utterly bewildered:
I've forgotten how it felt before the world fell at our feet.
What do you mean?
And for the grand finale, he's back to thinking this is a real conversation about them:
To tell you I'm sorry for breaking your heart. But it don't matter it clearly doesn't tear you apart anymore.
I'm the one who should be sorry. And you always say that. You are the one who is perfectly fine now.
Texting the ex can be a risky game. Because sometimes it lasts in love, but sometimes it hurts instead. Sounds like the scars of love left Matt breathless. But there's a side to Mary that he never knew, never knew. All the things she'd text they were never true, never true. You can't help feeling that they could've had it all.