We've all been given the 'seen' treatment.
You know the feeling; you send a frankly hilarious/charming/emotionally charged message to a significant other, or someone you just think is damn FINE and they reply with ….nothing.
You're left stunned, humiliated and downright SANGRY. (Sad and angry, the term will catch on eventually.)
Well, when one girlfriend was getting zero response, she decided to do something productive with her time and create a fake movie trailer for the search for missing man.
The result is GAS;
When your boyfriend doesn’t reply so you make a trailer with all the time you have on your hands pic.twitter.com/NkqAnKsunO
— Paulizzle Ramizzle (@putang_gang) December 11, 2018
Paulina Ramirez sent a text to her boyfriend George Giron about a potential plan for chicken and waffles, but never heard back.
How in God's name can anyone not reply to chicken and waffles? What kind of monster is that??
Yet instead of stewing in her own frustration and rage, the 21-year-old student at California State University, Ramirez created this professional-grade trailer called Where the F*** is George?
She spoke to Buzzfeed about her highly productive and funny project, and as it turned out, he was only asleep…for an hour.
"I got bored and decided to make a video that might make him chuckle."
The video went viral after she uploaded it to Twitter, with more than 1.4million views, 50,000 retweets, and 160,000 likes.
Fair play Paulina, but maybe wait longer than an hour to send out a search party.