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Texting one's “number neighbour” is the latest bizarre trend to be born on the internet.
Twitter user @ryanlavalleee began the viral hilarity; after having a brief conversation with his number neighbour, he suggested his followers do the same.
What is a number neighbour, you ask?
It’s simple; a number neighbour is the person with the number one above or below your own.
My number neighbour believes in me more than I believe in myself https://t.co/1xSEHyWuAJ — Diego (@Diego)
Best number neighbor ever https://t.co/dIu0ESffue — Joe Wenning (@Joe Wenning)
everyone’s number neighbor is uncomfortable or rude & mine is genuinely a homie 😂 https://t.co/5Tnruhr2pn — sasch (@sasch)
@isnortnyquil omggg my number neighbor is not friendly 😭 https://t.co/GSdRwssCll — Raven / the dawn is HERE BITCHES (@Raven / the dawn is HERE BITCHES)
@isnortnyquil OMG https://t.co/BzdaUcTCXX — Jacob (@Jacob)
@isnortnyquil @sydefranco I’m unsettled https://t.co/OYmL3SJt9S — panini (@panini)
never doing this number neighbor shit again https://t.co/OyIWyDfX0Y — Chase (@Chase)
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