This Guy Got A Wrong Number Text And Somehow Ended Up In The Middle Of A Stranger’s Wild Family Drama

Two dudes from a twitter profile and texts from a wrong number
Twitter / @cpeacock31

There’s nothing better than family drama — well, at least, when it’s not yours. Face it, some families have so much crazy shit going on that it makes you want to grab a bowl of popcorn, sit back, and watch.

Twitter user Chance Peacock found himself in the middle of some particularly juicy drama between a guy and his future stepmom when someone accidentally started texting him at the wrong number. And trust me, it was a blessing in disguise.

This family makes mine seem normal, tbh.

Twitter / @cpeacock31
Twitter / @cpeacock31
Twitter / @cpeacock31
Twitter / @cpeacock31
Twitter / @cpeacock31

People on Twitter couldn’t get enough of the drama, and can you blame them? This is like a straight up soap opera. Someone ought to buy the rights to their story, honestly.

A few people even decided to text Courtney with some prank messages to see if they could get a response from her, though so far, it’s all been unsuccessful.

Of course, there’s definitely a chance that this is all fake, but even if it is, it’s a pretty great one. I’m not even mad about it.

Thank you, Courtney, for making me feel better about all the drama in my own life. Because at the end of the day, no matter what shit I’ve been through, at least I’m not Ben, who’s going to have to sit through the world’s most awkward wedding while his dad gets married to his cheating ex. TC mark

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