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Drunk Man Replies to His Own Text

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on February 3, 2015 at 6:50 PM
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 Drunk Man Replies to His Own Text

A 19-year-old British man, Marcus Gray, has grabbed the attention of all social media users after he reverted to his own text after getting highly drunk.

Marcus Gray shared his embarrassing drunken mishap online with the world that he was partying out on the weekend when he received a message from a friend asking that 'are you in town', to which Gray replied to himself that 'he is at home now'.

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The guy woke up next morning and figured out this stupid and hilarious mix-up and posted it on Twitter, where it got over 11,000 re-tweets and 15,000 favorites.

Gray told that it was a normal hangout night for him, before he realized what he had done and how stupid it was, he showed his friends and they could not stop laughing that is why he decided to share online and that is how he made the sensation.

Source: Medindia
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