Woman says crush messaged her after 8 years of texting him

Woman says crush messaged her after 8 years of texting him

- An Australian woman simply identified as Sally has shared her experience with a crush

- Sally said that her crush replied her message to him after eight years

- The young woman said that she was shocked to see his message after so long

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An Australian woman identified as Sally has shared her experience with a crush who ghosted on her for eight years and seven months. Mirror reported that the young woman was shocked when she received a message from her crush after so lnmg.

Sally shared a screenshot of her conversation with the anonymous guy and it revealed that they started texting each other on July 17, 2011.

The conversation was started by the guy, who asked after Sally's welfare. Sally replied to his message after three days, telling him she was fine. She went ahead to ask him what he was up to but she got no response.

After eight years and seven months, Sally suddenly got a text from him. The unidentified man replied to Sally's message and claimed that he had just gotten her message. According to him, his phone was updated.

Read the conversation below:

Conversation

Woman shares a screenshot of the conversation with crush. Source: @Mirror
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In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that in January, a man took to social media to share photos of his new "queen", explaining he had found Miss Right in the New Year.

However, just over a month later things ended badly and he took to the same platform to backtrack on "each and every word" he wrote about his bae. While some showed him sympathy, others' comments were rather harsh.

"Miss Right went back to Miss Wrong," a social media user commented, with another adding: "With that amount of gold in her mouth you should have suspected something."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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