A group of once unsuspecting strangers in Brooklyn, NY we’re apart of the most wholesome events we’ve seen on the internet in a while.
It all started when UPS allegedly sent out a package delivery notification to a group of Brooklyn residents in group text form, by mistake.
The unexpected text chain confused its recipients, and many of them chose to turn the awkward mistake by UPS into a wholesome experience.
So UPS accidentally mass texted everyone who missed package deliveries in my neighborhood in one message instead of individually. I replied as a joke but it snowballed into a real group text. We decided to hang out in real life so we met up last night in Brooklyn! it was awesome pic.twitter.com/pyws16fTeo— tess (@nice_plane) May 25, 2019
There’d better be at least one baby made out of this.— [object Object] (@humantorch) May 27, 2019
There should be a Sitcom about this storie— Juan (@juanchope47) May 26, 2019
This is gonna get its own Netflix series— 4 days (@BeckHassen) May 26, 2019
I call conspiracy— Hilary Banks (@thiccHorseGirl) May 27, 2019
But why would a company bot text have a typo lmao— stephanie (@stcphanic) May 27, 2019
Hopefully, a major streaming platform picks up the story and turns this incredible tale into a rom-com, I’d for sure watch.
h/t Twitter / NBC News NY