It was Rachel, Rafael, Tom and I, minding our own business over at Karin and Ronnie's. Suddenly, Karin's phone beeps. It's her work phone, weird that someone is trying to reach her on a Saturday night.
Here's the text she got:
|The text Karin got on her work phone at 7:13 PM Saturday night.|
Karin has no idea who any of these sassy ladies are. What a puzzle.
We make some deductions. Clearly, the gal pals have gone away for the weekend. And one of them has texted photos to a wrong number.
Tom checks the metadata on the photos, as you do, if you're Tom. We feel our suspicions are confirmed. The photos were taken and sent from a resort in Florida:
|The Metadata on the photos reveals the photos |
were taken at a resort in Florida.
We are woebegone with envy. Here are these ladies whooping it up poolside, while we are indoors because it's freezing and pounding rain in New York.
Someone has a great idea. We should re-enact the photos. Is it even possible to re-enact poolside photos in an apartment on the Upper West Side? Challenge accepted:
|Our re-enactment of the poolside photos,|
in an apartment on the Upper West Side.
We send the re-enacted photos back to the wrong-number lady, along with a nice note to enjoy her vacation.
We get a response!!!!
|Response to our re-enactment. Rafael translates.|
Now the question becomes... when will our wrong-number lady figure out that she is not sending vacation photos to her friend Marcy? What will her facial expression be when she realizes? Can we re-enact?