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This woman assumed her trainer was flirting, he just thought she looked like Buzz Lightyear

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Getting a flirty text from someone you like is the ultimate confidence boost. But sexy messages can often go south fast. (There's an entire Twitter account dedicated to shitty "romantic" texts from men.) 


Which is why it's infinitely more wholesome when the result ends up being unexpectedly hilarious. For example, receiving a meme of your Photoshopped face.


Emily Baumgartner‏ recalled her recent experience with potential flirting when her personal trainer asked for her number and to take a picture of her. Sounds interesting, right? All seemed to be going in a flirty direction until Bumgartner received the actual, uh, message.  Read more...

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