A new report published this year by urdata4us has revealed that 50% of people “just don’t get it”. It has been found that most people believe that at least one person in their lives “doesn’t get it”. A similar study counter-acted these claims by suggesting that it is actually other people, and not them, who “don’t get it”. This 50/50 split shows that everybody thinks that everyone else doesn’t get it. But who is everybody and where is everyone?
In a bid to solve this mass missing of the point some people like Trevor from Huddersfield, have decided to actually talk to another human being. At first they just stood at a bus stop texting with their backs to each other but then they turned around and saw each other face to face.
Trevor was, unbeknownst to him, actually talking to his wife, but then the more they talked more and more people gathered around to talk they were saying things like “yeah I get it, I really do”. They got lots and lots of things and everybody and certainly everyone “got it”. Then the bus came and flattened them.