Cory sent a rude text to an unknown number... and then he found out who received it.

When Cory Hrobowski received a poorly-worded text from an unknown number, his instant reaction was to send back a rude text.

But little did he know, the person on the other end of the line was actually his boss.

“I’m making you come at 12 on Friday,” the text from an unknown number read.

“First off you’re not making me do sh*t second off I don’t remember scheduling any d*ck appointments,” Cory responded, thinking the sender was a ‘random girl’ referring to something sexual.

But when the random number responded, Cory realised he had made a big mistake.

“This is your boss I got a new number,” Cory’s boss replied.

“When I found out it was my boss, I was actually super nervous,” Cory told Buzzfeed News.

The 19-year-old shared his awkward moment on Twitte, asking his followers how to handle the incident.

…which led to a number of interesting responses from Cory’s followers.



But before Cory had a chance to respond to his boss, she wrote that she would be calling him to discuss his employment. Oops.

On Wednesday, Cory resigned from the web design company he worked for, telling Buzzfeed News that the company had become aware of his viral tweet, which now has over 85,000 likes and more than 30,000 retweets.

“I resigned due to the fact that Twitter blew the situation up,” he said.

Be careful what you text, people.

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