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Baffled man reacts to landlord's 'cryptic' text message – and it's got people laughing

Renting a property can be a right headache when the landlord's playing hide and seek.

Everyone's got a hectic life, and if your landlord's juggling multiple properties, you might just be another name on their callback list. Still, it's a proper pain when they're slow to respond.

One fella felt this frustration big time - so much so he took to X (formerly Twitter) to spill the beans. He posted: "Bro come on," alongside a snap of his mobile, and it's got everyone in stitches.

He'd messaged his landlord asking when he could grab the keys to his new pad, but failed to get a response. Keen for an update, he sent another message the next morning.

A reply finally landed in his inbox the next day, but the landlord's comeback was a head-scratcher, as it was just a mouse emoji.

The bloke's post had the internet cracking up, firing off jokes left, right and centre. Some called it an "interesting" reply, but others couldn't help but make fun.

One user quipped: "When the landlord is big cheddah." Another chimed in with: "Rentatouille I'm sorry." A third joked: "Bro only wants your cheddar." Meanwhile, a fourth advised: "If he tells you to pay the rent in cheese, call the tenants union."

Loads jumped on the bandwagon, flooding the thread with more mouse emojis and unleashing a storm of cheese puns. It was a real cheesy giggle fest.

It's a right laugh when you're not the one hanging about for keys, isn't it? As well as this, the online crowd dished out their two pence worth of advice too.

Some reckoned the landlord was just dragging his heels a bit. One user piped up: "Sounds like you got scammed." Another added: "Usually you don't get the keys until your move in date."