No, this isn't a post about an existential crisis I'm having. It's actually about something that gave me a good giggle.
Yesterday, following my lunch break, I came back to a peculiar, pictographic message in my writer's page inbox. It was 28 stickers, all posted just before my lunch break ended.
It's like a modern day code, or hieroglyphic message. I stared at it in confusion, and then I giggled. Because it's random enough to be funny.
Here is the message I received in full:
I have no idea.
Now, as there is obviously nothing malicious behind the message (OR IS THERE?!), I'm not sharing the name of the messenger. I actually think this is pretty hilarious, and I enjoyed the message immensely, even if I have no idea what they were trying to say with it.
Honestly, though it does not succeed in communicating anything at all, this might be my favourite message to have received. Thank you to the sender, and I hope you don't mind my making a blog post about it. It honestly made me smile yesterday afternoon.
So I'm throwing it open to you. What do you think they were trying to say?
I have a couple of ideas, my favourite being that this is somehow a pictographic book review. For which book I have no idea. Details.
Leave me your thoughts in the comments!
It got a little creepier. This photo was sent a few hours later: