They keep it real. Sometimes, they keep it too real. Like when they talk sh—t to your face, but without even realizing it. They’re just trying to be nice and helpful—which makes their diss that much more genuine and savage.
Writer Alanna Bennett recently kicked off a thread asking people to share a time “your parents unintentionally dragged you within an inch of your life.”
Please tell me about a time your parents unintentionally dragged you within an inch of your life. I'll go first: Once in college my mom sent me a care package that was just acne face washes and the book He's Just Not That Into You
— Alanna Bennett (@AlannaBennett) March 26, 2019
Bennett shared her own story first: “Once in college my mom sent me a care package that was just acne face washes and the book ‘He’s Just Not That Into You.'”
Other Twitter users quickly followed suit, and the replies are beyond hysterical.
when i was in middle school i told my dad i was embarrassed that i wasn’t gonna get a valentine gram so he sent five to my classroom. when the teacher made a fuss about how many i got the girl delivering them said very loudly “they’re all from her dad” i was mortified
— kenz (@kkenziegraham) March 27, 2019
— brynn (@hard_candyjpeg) October 4, 2017
my moms fed up pic.twitter.com/iTSEw00ab6
— savannah (@missssgeorge) October 10, 2017
So my friend got her phone taken away and her dad slid this under her door pic.twitter.com/d91I89T8hi
— bailee (@bailee_xox) July 2, 2017
i tried to prank my mom but then i remembered that she is a straight up savage pic.twitter.com/NJib3X5Bkh
— Elle Mills (@millselle) October 5, 2016