Accidental texts of a dog to the owner’s fiancée delight the Internet

A dog that ‘likes to lie on electronics’ panicked his owner’s fiancée by taking a nap on his phone and sending some weird text messages.

In a series of tweets he sent on Sunday morning, Twitter user DopeyMcGeee, passing by Ray, said his fiancée was out of town, and he fell asleep while messaging her. But that wasn’t where the texting ended, as his dog, Rosie, took control of the phone.

“A dog came in and put her bare stomach on the screen that was turned on and I was able to send text messages that definitely made her think I was having a stroke,” rye booksalong with a screenshot of Rosie’s conversation with his fiancée.

After a series of chatter, including a one-second audio message that Ray described as “just my dog ​​rubbing the phone,” Rosie somehow wrote — in three separate messages, one for each word: “The brain hurts.”

“Are you well?” She answered—and Rosie found perhaps the worst way to answer that question: “No.”

Ray added in the thread, “My dog ​​and I managed to ruin her night dancing with her best friend. I definitely owe them a night out.”

Fortunately, rye is fine. Tell NEWSWEEK His fiancée was visiting Portland, Oregon. Rye was at his home in Florida, three hours apart. Rye set the alarm for 3 AM – or midnight then – to say goodnight. But he ended up falling asleep when the message was sent, and since Rosie was “cuddled,” she jumped next to him.

“She has a bald belly and moves a lot in her sleep,” Ray said. NEWSWEEK. “The keyboard is one of those types where you just have to slide your finger between the letters to type the words.”

Yet it was Rosie’s case somehow.”[managing to] Write down the exact wrong things and the exact wrong time. Ray’s fiancée was in a bonfire at the time, in honor of a friend’s mother who had recently passed away.

“Everyone gathered around telling emotional stories about loved ones who had died, and some were sharing stories of how they felt about their late loved ones visiting,” Ray said. “In the midst of this, I woke up to my alarm and started texting her good night and fell asleep doing it.”

The texts upset Ray’s fiancée, who showed them to her friends, who all agreed a 911 call was in order. An officer went to Ray’s place and woke him up for a health check.

“I explained what happened to the officer and he said ‘Yeah… it happens sometimes’,” Ray said. “And all I can say is ‘…he does?'” “

Rosie stroke text message dog fiancee Twitter
Rosie loves cuddling with her owner, Ray, but unfortunately, her penchant for putting on electronics leads to Ray’s fiancé receiving a terrifying text message.
Twitter / @DopeyMcGeee —User with permission

Fortunately, everyone sees the funny side now. Ray says everyone was laughing about it, even his parents. But as Ray says, strokes are dangerous.

“The strokes are no joke, so I felt loved because they reacted like they did,” he said.

When a stroke is already occurring—and not a false alarm caused by a squishy pup—it’s very important to act quickly. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says, “During a stroke, every minute counts!” Symptoms of a stroke include numbness and weakness, especially on one side of the body. confusion; Trouble seeing, trouble walking and a severe headache, according to the CDC.

The CDC recommends using the FAST method to quickly determine if someone is having a stroke. Quoting from the CDC, FAST stands for:

  • Face: “Ask the person to smile. Is one side of the face hanging off?”
  • Arms: “Ask the person to raise their arms. Is one arm drifting down?”
  • Speech: “Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase. Is the speech slurred or strange?”
  • Time: “If you see any of these signs, call 9-1-1 immediately.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recommends noting the time symptoms appear — and calling an ambulance until treatment begins on the way to the hospital.

Since Rye did not suffer an actual stroke, the Internet has responded with a number of memes making fun of the situation.

Twitter user @AlboUnderhill used The star Wars Anakin/Padme meme format to illustrate the situation.

Others reacted to the same message.

“Okay, but as someone who has developed stroke-like symptoms due to a major migraine, this is not too far off from what I wrote to my friends,” kayschulte wrote.

@smallgraygames wrote that “this” is N; It really is some bad luck. Among all the responses.

User @graypets shared a little about his creature who is a fan of electronics.

“One of my kittens opened Netflix with her paw. I didn’t know I had Netflix,” greypets.

Finally, @mrbigwalt shared a very similar story of his own.

“Something similar happened to me 4 days ago. Text messages were coming in from my wife’s phone and I thought she might have had a stroke. My wife was looking after her children from our 18 month old granddaughter,” he wrote.