Amusing that I said "What some here will miss" and you posted to prove that you missed it. It's not often I bother poking down to the -1 level but I have on this occasion, so I might as well correct you.
WhatsApp is exclusive to phones. What sense does not allowing its use on laptops make?
I already pointed out that social apps are in the overlap of the Venn diagram. And as I said "availability doesn't affect that. The company that create WhatsApp have decided what platforms they are doing. It's irrelevant to the point about certain apps being baturally phone ones and some being naturally desktop.
Unless you pair a Bluetooth keyboard and plug in an external monitor.
You still have no way of operating the GUI elements. Phones have a touchscreen interface. That monitor you plugged in isn't one. And in carrying all those bits, you might as well have brought a laptop that's actually built for the job, and won't be hamstrung.
Whilst you're fucking about with your bundle of crap, other people have long since finished the task.