“I’ve made a huge mistake.” lol
We’ve all had that horrible moment of dread when you realise you’ve sent a text message or an email to the wrong person.
The worst occasions are when we don’t even realise that we’ve made the mistake until the recipient brings it to our attention.
Well, this owl sums it up! This made my day! Hilarious!
"I've made a huge mistake."
Posted by The Dodo on Saturday, April 1, 2017
Can you imagine what your father would say if you accidentally texted him that you were planning on losing your virginity that night? lol
Sending an email or text to the wrong person is embarrassing! Moreover, it can be a personal and, in some cases, a professional nightmare. You certainly do not want your boss reading an argument with your spouse or a friend reading something negative you said about her! Unfortunately, these types of messaging mishaps happen all too often. Almost everyone has their own story of hitting the send button and being filled with instant shame and regret. There are ways to avoid sending texts and emails to the wrong recipients, and implementing them can save you a lot of awkward moments, both personally and professionally.
Well first things first when we encounter this embarrassment You’re not going to be thinking straight when your heart is racing a million miles a minute. I know it’s easier said than done, but try to take a deep breath. A lot of times, people will be understanding about the mistake, but there are some different contexts to consider. Once you’ve toned down your panic, you can figure out what steps to take next.
There needs to be a feature where you can retract a text.. specially if it hasn’t been read. We always need to make up a good cover up story! Its is outrageous! Im sure we have done this waaaaaaaaay too many times.
FACTS: Owls are very interesting birds, and one that many other types of birds are afraid of. In fact, fake owls are often placed on top of buildings to keep pigeons and other types of birds from making nests there. The owl is said to be a symbol of wisdom and they make a unique sound at night that is distinctly identifiable.