This Man Has The Perfect Way Of Getting Rid Of Creeps In Your DMs
For the most part, it can be a bit of a compliment when someone slides in your DMs, but unfortunately, there's always going to be those people who can't take no for an answer.
Most girls know that a quick snap of the boyfriend is a sure-fire way to get those creepy men out your DMs, but what about the single gals? Well, that's where Trevor Norris comes in.
He noticed there was a market for single gals needing an easy get out from creepy men who can't seem to take no for an answer, so he created his own set of boyfriend pics, free for girls to use.
Saw there was an actual market of women that needed this... so here are some pictures y'all can use to send to guys that won't leave you alone or keep sending you unsolicited pictures. Goodluck :heart: pic.twitter.com/Du4gGO2unB- Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) April 18, 2019
"Saw there was an actual market of women that needed this," he wrote on Twitter. "So here are some pictures y'all can use to send to guys that won't leave you alone or keep sending you unsolicited pictures. Goodluck."
It seems like Trevor was bang on the money too, as he even provided a second and third batch of photos by popular demand.
Here's the second batch of them that people asked for. Hope to help, if not . Block button is always available :joy::joy: pic.twitter.com/wVm58Zc2JF- Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) April 18, 2019
"Make fun of me if you want but on the real if you need another one just let me know," he added, "I got a lot of people that have paid me to do specific ones so I'll make variations of them soon."
While Trevor's pictures worked like a charm for some women, others found men in their DMs recognised him from Twitter - although it's hardly surprising since his original tweet as amassed more than 105,000 likes and nearly 24,000 retweets.
I played myself :pensive::pensive::pensive: pic.twitter.com/ydCTAB6Orq- sam (@manthaa16) April 19, 2019
We can't help but love Trevor's commitment to saving girls from creepy men in their messages, but wouldn't the world just be a better place if people could accept that no means no?
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Trevor Norris