, tweeted this:
He got a few responses back from people who decided that mentally torturing strangers would be a great idea. Understandably, the recipients were not too pleased:
I was hoping that more people would try out his idea, but that seemed to be the end of it. I sent him a message letting him know that I would carry on his legacy by sending fake "Breaking Bad" spoilers to a bunch of random numbers. While many people simply ignored the text, either out of too much anger or a lack of caring, some people responded. You won't believe this, but most of them weren't too happy either. Take a look:
I'm more offended by your language than a fake spoiler, if I'm being honest. Don't bring my lord and savior into this.
I understand you're upset, but I'm fairly certain there's nothing that Sprint or AT&T can do about spoilers.
Uh, I never said I was Chris so why don't you stop with the accusations, pal?
I have a feeling that if this person was actually a fan of the show, they would have traced my location and murdered me in the most painful way possible.
NOOOOO, NOT THE BLOG!!!!
I'm not sure what exactly is going on here. Are they mad or kind of excited?
I like the time this person took in between texts waiting to see if I was going to reply. Also, why did he ask if I think I'm funny if you're just going to answer the question for me?
I don't think this person is a fan of the show, but you have to appreciate the heartfelt sincerity to someone they don't realize is actually being a huge jerk. And finally...
I may have put on a few pounds, but that seems neither here nor there.
The cast and crew of "Breaking Bad" have been extremely secretive about this season. While other shows have had major details leaked, very few have any clue as to what will happen next with Walt and Hank. Recently one of my favorite Twitter personalities,