Guy catches friend posing as him to ask out a girl on Facebook. Embarrassing and hilarious fight ensues.

Guy catches friend posing as him to ask out a girl on Facebook. Embarrassing and hilarious fight ensues.
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Redditor J_tt shared a Facebook message exchange that is more or less a teen horror film unrolling before your very eyes. It all begins when someone, call that person Luke, messages someone else (who for this purpose shall be called Sam). Luke asks Sam out, but it turns out there's a third player involved: Drew, a guy who thinks he's helping out his friend Luke by asking a question Luke is too afraid to ask himself. Neither Drew nor Luke come out of this conversation looking very date-able.

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Sam is likely referring to Garry Disher's The Divine Wind. The synopsis from Goodreads is as such:

On the eve of WWII, suspicion runs rampant in Hartley Penrose's small town. Even though they've done nothing wrong, the town is turning against its native Japanese residents - including Mitsy Sennosuke, the girl Hart loves despite himself. The result is a wrenching, unforgettable story of romance, betrayal, and the turmoils that rock both the world and the heart.

That plot summary's almost as dramatic as what occurred in this Facebook exchange, which could be fake or could've happened. All it takes is for someone to step out of the room with their phone and leave their friend alone with the computer they're still logged into Facebook on.

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Dun dun duuuun.

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