That’s the word from an anonymous user on Reddit who claims to have made a friend by typing his name into a message board and seeing the result.
The user then shared the image on Facebook and Twitter.
“I had never met anyone on the Internet before,” the user wrote.
“So I typed a couple of random words into a chat and got a friend that wasn’t even me, but was a friend nonetheless.”
The user claims to be a 22-year-old student in the United Kingdom who lives with his family in an apartment in London.
He says he made a new friend because he wanted to see if he could find the right words to say to make friends.
The friend’s profile photo features him standing with his hands clasped in front of his head, and he’s wearing an oversized jacket, khakis and a T-shirt that says, “The only friend who is worth sharing is you.”
He says that the name of the new friend is “Mr. Johnson.”
The name “Johnson” comes from a popular television show that is now in its 60th season.
The show is called “The Adventures of Johnson & Johnson.”
It has featured celebrities such as Tom Cruise, Jon Hamm and Brad Pitt.
A few days later, the user shared a video of himself with a friend on Facebook.
The video shows him typing a message into a messaging app, but when he opens the app, he is greeted by a screen that reads, “A friend has been made.”
The message has since been shared more than 10,000 times.
Some of the responses are more positive than others, but some of the comments are pretty dark.
“It’s kind of creepy, but the good part is that it’s not that bad,” the anonymous user wrote on Reddit.
“It’s the fact that they’re making friends for real, and that they have their own social media accounts and don’t have to spend a lot of time trying to find one.
That alone is pretty awesome.”
In fact, Johnson has been making friends through social media for months.
He said that he first began to post his own posts to his Facebook account last week, and said that it has been a “tremendous help.”
“My friends can now share what they want and be honest with me,” he wrote.
In response to the anonymous friend’s post, the owner of the chat app Imgur posted this image on Imgur: