In a text thread that lasts almost an entire hour, two “friends” argue about Hulu and Netflix. One friend, Red, very much wants to use Blue’s Hulu account for free and seems to not take no for an answer. Blue strikes back, pointing out that Red’s cigarette habit costs way more than a monthly subscription.
Red goes off in a foul-mouthed way and has the absolute stones to call Blue a naughty word. We aren’t sure which one it is, but there are plenty to choose from. Blue is probably rethinking his relationship with Red, and we bet it isn’t the first time this has happened to Red.
That's Some Expensive Coffee
It looks like we're missing a little bit of context for this exchange, but that doesn't mean it can't be wild. Did Blue ask White out on a date or something like that? Regardless, White responds with an eye-popping request. Three hundred dollars to meet for coffee! Whoever you are, there are people who do that sort of thing, and they don't have a very nice name.
Blue responded the way that all of us should respond – how about no. Maybe if White had asked for the coffee to be paid, that's one thing, but three hundred? Who has that kind of money?
Fancy Paint Job for Free
Blue has made a little side gig for herself, painting custom designs on shoes, and she knows what she's worth. It's a lot of work to make something look that good artistically, and something of high quality deserves recognition. She tells this to her friend, who balks at the price tag...and then goes on to insult the quality of Blue's work.
Blue very rightly tells her off, not only for refusing to pay the asking price but also for coming out of the woodwork after a year to ask for a lot of work for free.
Artless Art Theft
If you're an artistic person, you're probably careful about how your art is shared or copied. This is for sure true if you do visual art like pictures or paintings. The person on the right is on the case of someone reselling art that he or she had made, but the person on the left doesn't seem to get the picture.
He or she is calling it similar to thrift shops, which anybody could probably poke holes in without issues. The thief is saying that all the art is from him or her, even if it's taken from multiple people. This is a real, actual crime, and it could easily lead to expulsion.
Ended Over Airpods
People who have worked in a noisy environment – even something as simple as a cubicle area – know that being able to drown out the noise and listen to something they like is critical to getting through the day. Jamie here doesn't seem to get the picture and has a big problem with not being allowed to borrow a friend's Airpods.
The Airpod owner stands firm, and Jamie goes off the deep end, jumping straight to curse words and blocking the friend...which is fine. We get the feeling from the way Jamie acted that this friendship wasn't going to go the distance anyway.