The latest Internet trend is all about texting your number neighborâthe person whose phone number is identical to your own, but the last number is one higher or one lower.
The concept of a “text door neighbor” is far from novel, the term having been coined in 2008, but the 2019 revival has proven to have some interesting results.
It’s been proven that people brave enough to partake at risk of getting roasted.
My number neighbor fried the shit out of me pic.twitter.com/ArKjXtVy2b— Eric Billeterð§¸ (@EricBilleter_25) August 3, 2019
This number neighbor game is dangerous pic.twitter.com/SvjYnR2Tyq— EE Â»//Â« (@ThePhenomenalEE) August 4, 2019
Others had better luck…
MY NUMBER NEIGHBOR IS MY NEW BEST FRIEND pic.twitter.com/spuIYPkpO3— faze rain (@FaZe_Rain) August 4, 2019
my number neighbor was pretty cool and gave me a potato casserole ð¥ pic.twitter.com/gdjpH4C83r— flanesito (@frantaasticx_) August 2, 2019
everyoneâs number neighbor is uncomfortable or rude & mine is genuinely a homie ð pic.twitter.com/5Tnruhr2pn— sasch (@saschamoira) August 2, 2019