Well, all these celebs on social media are doing it, so why not?

This "number neighbor" thing is fun, though. Basically, you text (or in my case call) the phone number with the digit one less or one more than your own phone number.

Here's an example using the Fun107 request line: our number is (508) 994-1071. So that means our "number neighbors" are (508) 994-1070, and (508) 994-1072.

Make sense, right? So we tried the request line and well here is what happened:

So as you may have heard, we don't have the most "fun" neighbors. I guess it's better that way. We have been seeing some of the Twitter screenshots of those that have done this and some of the amazing responses.

Neither one of my number neighbors have iPhones, so I couldn't FaceTime them or anything, so that's kind of lame. I have had my 508 number for over 16 years, so I imagine that whomever my number neighbors are may also have had their number for a while.

Now that I think about it, the Fun 107 request line number has been around forever, so whoever has the number next to us has probably had theirs for awhile also. Which reminds me, who still has a landline? I haven't had one in at least 10 years.

If you have done the number neighbor thing, we would love for you to send us a screenshot of the conversation. You can send it to us by hitting "Send Audio/Video" on the Fun 107 app.

Can't wait to see these. Have fun with it!

In case you were wondering, none of my neighbors have messaged me. LAME!


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