On Twitter, @caro_bearo posted these screen grabs of texts she sent to a guy. Instead of using her own words, she replied only in Dwight Schrute quotes from The Office.
Specifically, Caroline responded only using quotes about Dwight's beet farm. And the guy went along with it (because he's a guy).
Caroline sounds like someone oddly obsessed with beets. And this guy is fine with that.
When someone texts you that they've seen "couple of chickens doing a goat," the proper response isn't, "That's awesome." It should probably be more along the lines of, "Wait, what?????"
Naturally, Caroline's post was a huge hit among fans of The Office. And probably also among people who are simply fans of beets.
Caroline's texts were so popular that other users tried out her technique. And the results continued to be a success.
For these great texts, one user gave Caroline this Schrute Buck. It's certainly well-deserved.
Caroline isn't the only person to troll texters using quotes. This person was able to pull off the trick by just using quotes from Full House.
You can also troll people with the lyrics to "Hello" by Adele. And you could probably also get the job done with "Hello" by Lionel Richie.
It's too bad The Little Mermaid didn't take place today. Because if Ariel had the ability to text when she was on land, losing her voice wouldn't have been a big deal.
"My anaconda don't...My anaconda don't...my anaconda don't want to vaccuum my room" isn't quite as catch as the original lyrics from Sir Mix-a-lot that were then sampled by Nicki Minaj.
What kind of person doesn't recognize the lyrics to Smash Mouth's "All-Star?" Must be someone who never went to a movie from 1999-2001.
Of course, you don't have to use quotes in order to troll someone via text. Photoshopping a wig onto someone can work just as well.