If you own a cell phone, you've more than likely been guilty of mistakenly texting the wrong number. Whether you've texted your great grandmother's top secret cookie recipe to a stranger named Phillis at 1:30 in the morning or accidentally dialed the local Wal-Mart, a wrong number text or call can be completely mortifying.
However, out of all the cell phone owning humans in the world, there's a chance you might end up accidentally getting a hold of someone that could take you by surprise.
A young woman named Charlyn Willis, a 28-year-old from Georgia, hit the wrong number jackpot when she attempted to text her sister the news of her recent engagement but accidentally shared the news with the Vampire Slayer herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Due to her excitement, Willis rushed to send the news out to all of her family and friends. She missed one single digit to her sister's number and thus began the legend of the texting mishap.
Charlyn Willis texted mistakenly sent her engagement news to the 90's teen idol.
Most of us who get a wrong number text shrug it off and slap back the usual, "Wrong number" response, but Gellar had bigger plans. She decided to message Willis back and send forth her congratulations.
Gellar took to Facebook to share what had went down. "This is #CharlynWillis. She got engaged yesterday, and meant to text her sister, but in all the excitement, got me instead," Gellar wrote. She then went on to urge her friends and followers to share their congratulations to the happy couple as well.
Sarah Michelle Gellar posts the story of how she came to know of Willis and her engagement