True friend takes 'send me a pic' to a whole new level

11 January 2019 @22:08 | Mashable
Anyone that’s ever done their shopping online knows that things always look different in real life. So, when Twitter user @Dnschtt's friend asked to see the packages she ordered to his house, he didn't disappoint.  "She was like let me see them, so I sent her a pic of the packages,"  Dnschtt tweeted. continue...
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