We can not confirm the actual age of this person, but since he or she is going to study medicine for a few years, they are likely to be a bit younger than most of the other examples on this list. Just goes to show you can be old even if the calendar does not say so.
Anyway, this person left this personal, heartfelt, and well meaning message as a comment on an article about a Nickelodeon child star, so we are not sure who is supposed to see it. Also, don’t they have Facebook in England? We’re going to go out on a limb and say yes.
What Did You Do, Margaret?
Margaret seems to like the Lake District a little bit too much if you get our meaning. A man died while he was out walking with some “friends” in the district, and then Margaret hops into the comments section to talk about how much she loves it? That would raise the eyebrows of even the greenest detective.
Time to make a stop at Margaret's flat and start asking the tough questions. Like, were you in the Lake District during a certain day, at a certain time, wielding a certain murder weapon? But this comment sums up the following message - read the chatroom, people!
Happy Birthday to the Lost iPhone
What a kind gesture, when you think about it – somebody lost their phone, which very well might be a huge part of their life, and someone else found it. How to get it back to the rightful owner? A message on a public forum where people might go looking, that's it.
But how to get their attention for this important issue? A big, bright, colorful image that has a guy with no hands celebrating a birthday. There, that should do it. Did the phone get back to its rightful owner? We don't know, but this was a good attempt anyway.
Classic Comedy at Its Finest
These bits are killing us. This is like the kind of writing that you'd see if you turned on the TV back in the sixties – no fart jokes, no body shots, just clever gags that are perfect for the whole family. Of course, Martina didn't understand that a PM actually meant a private message.
That's a more modern development that has become popular in just a few years – sending entire corporations private messages has never been done before. Martina didn't get it, and she was already thinking about time, so she responded in the way that made the most sense.
Maybe Don't Rate It, Then
We're...confused. Why leave a review if you've never been there? Why make that review one star instead of something more in the middle of the road? WHY LEAVE A REVIEW IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN THERE?! And it isn't even like Pam loves leaving reviews – it says right in the picture that she has one review.
It's that one, that review we're looking at. That's her one review. Did she think she was being strong-armed into leaving a review for this place she had never been to? We can't think of a place that would do that, especially not, as this seems to be, Google.