The "dick appointment" text challenge is going viral and the responses are hilarious

5 June 2019, 20:24 | Updated: 5 June 2019, 20:30

People are texting their boyfriends and asking for a dick appointment
People are texting their boyfriends and asking for a dick appointment. Picture: E!, @ivysalazr via Twitter
Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

"Unfortunately, looks like you've already had 3 in the past 48 hours which is more than what we are capable of providing at this time."

Good news: Another text challenge has gone viral on Twitter and this time, it's all about dick appointments. (Yes, you did read that correctly. Dick appointments, which for the uninitiated amongst us, is sex. Obviously. What else could it possibly be?)

In the past few months, a handful of challenges have done the rounds, including one where people text their partners asking to have a baby, one where people texted their brothers asking how they looked and one where people texted High School Musical lyrics to their partners.

The latest texting challenge was started by Twitter user @baby_b0nes, who asked her followers to "text ur significant other asking what dick appointments they have available and reply to this post with their responses."

The tweet, which was accompanied by a screenshot of the hilarious response from her partner, was inspired by another Twitter user @kennielane who wrote "I text my man “hello id like to make a dick appointment, what do you have available?” like every day"

Of course, people soon started replying to the tweet with the responses they'd got from their significant others and honestly, it might be the best texting challenge yet.

An absolutely savage response.

"The demand is high"

How incredibly lucky that she was able to book an appointment at such short notice!

And I- oOP!

IT'S THE LORD'S HOUR, MA'AM!

This is the fastest and most efficient appointment centre transfer I have ever seen.

Appointment limit exceed!

I hope she left a 5 star Yelp review.

And finally... the most professional response to end all professional responses.