It’s happened to all of us. You’ve been texting your friend or partner to make plans and then all of a sudden you get radio silence.
What’s happened, you wonder. Has their phone died? Are they busy now? How could they be so RUDE?
It’s especially annoying if you’ve been left feeling ‘hangry’ after expecting to meet up for a meal.
One woman was in the middle of making plans with her boyfriend to go get chicken and waffles on Tuesday evening when she suddenly stopped hearing from him.
Her response? She made a hilarious movie trailer called ‘Where the F*** is George’ while she was waiting for him to reply.
Paulina Ramirez, a 21-year-old student at California State University, Fresno, posted the very dramatic short film on Twitter, writing: "When your boyfriend doesn’t reply so you make a trailer with all the time you have on your hands".
The video starts off showing a dandelion swaying in the wind with the words ‘angry girlfriend’ above, and goes on to show her frustration as she can’t get in touch with boyfriend George, even offering a $9.47 reward.
He then messages to say he’s awake as he nodded off during their chat, which makes her more mad in the tongue-in-cheek video.
The post has since gone viral with nearly 300,000 views, and thousands of people have commented to praise Paulina’s handiwork.
One Twitter user said: "Dude why is this soo good"
"You need to teach me how to edit lol," another wrote.
Speaking to Buzzfeed news, Paulina said: "He was only asleep for an hour, but I got bored and decided to make a video that might make him chuckle.
"I think people like it so much because it’s relatable. But some people have taken it way too seriously [and ] they think I’m some possessive, lunatic girlfriend," she added. "It was honestly just a joke."
Best of all, some have been so impressed with Paula’s production skills that she’s now actually started to received job offers from people wanting to pay her to edit videos for them.
The student said that her "true passion" is psychology and social work, which she is pursuing at California State University in Fresno.
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