Ouch! This one hurt to read. Those of us with siblings surely know that feeling of jealousy when our brother or sister gets the thing that we want.
This dad’s way of messaging definitely made it seem that his son was about to get a new phone. The only thing worse for this kid is knowing that his sister is getting the gift instead. That’s sure to spark some sibling rivalry!
My my, how the tables have turned! It seems like this kid caught her dad out instead of the other way around.
This father's failure to pick up on a typo aired out his smoking secret. It seems as if our parents may not be as squeaky clean as we think they are!
Like oil and water, parents and text acronyms just don't mix. This mom is no exception to the rule.
Sure WTF could stand for the days of the week, but it doesn't. It stands for a phrase that's far less polite! At least we know that this mom wasn't cussing out her kid. Instead, she was just wondering when she'd see him next.
Parents always think the most of their children. This mom clearly took it to the next level. She had so much faith in her son that she thought he was in control of Google.
We definitely think this kid could've used this misunderstanding to their advantage for a little longer! With luck, this momma-bear has come to accept the changing Google logo because her kid sadly has no say in stopping it.
Doug a Hole
Ah, autocorrect strikes again. This time the word mix-up likely gave Melissa's mom a mini-heart attack. All Melissa was trying to tell her mom was that she was bringing her friend Doug to Christmas dinner and not...well...Christmas party favors!
It seems that Melissa's mom either didn't understand that autocorrect is to blame or she really doesn't trust her daughter! Hopefully, the Christmas dinner cured any confusion.