Recent research suggests that while both men and women say they like a “good sense of humor” in a potential mate, they differ in what they mean by this phrase.
First, Nick Grimshaw pretty much outed Harry for writing a song about Taylor Swift live on Radio 1.
You’re trying to type that hilarious response as fast as you can, before the moment’s gone and all you’re left with is a missed opportunity. 10 minutes later and you’re pulling out your own hair strand by strand, as valiant attempts are made to agree on a date, time, and place. Then ANOTHER one-on-one convo to talk about what people are saying in THAT chat. A snarky comment that was intended for the splinter group.
drama kicking off between two members and everyone’s trying to subtly mediate/steer the convo away from conflict while also sitting on the sidelines like… A sub-group chat is created to discuss the two having drama in the OG group chat. Oh crap, you just posted a snarky comment in the OG chat. This is the worst thing that has ever happened including that time you were born.
It’s the group chat based equivalent of storming out the room in a huff, then slamming the door. After multiple peace talks in various splinter groups, Jen is ready to be re-added to the OG chat.
A few days later and you’re the one feeling insecure and approx 70% pissed off, because no-one’s responded to the, frankly hilarious, meme you just shared with the group even though you can SEE it’s been delivered to all of them and you KNOW they never go more than 30 mins without checking their phones. You were just trying to show Gram-Gram some snaps from your recent holiday and now it’s all awkward because she thinks you’re a pervert.