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Woman Drunk Texts Company, Receives THIS Response

Lucy D'Agostino is a British vlogger. And she may be our new favorite person. In a text message exchange that has gone hilariously viral, D'Agostino sent a message to a customer service at fashion website Boohoo. And the rep wrote back! Read the amazing back-and-forth below: 1. This is Lucy D'Agostino She is at the center of this hilariously awesome story. 2. Thanks for Being a Friend! Or a hard-working customer service rep, at least.
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