TURNING to your mates for feedback on which blokes to date is pretty common – especially if you want the go ahead on who’s worth hooking up with.
But one woman was mortified after realising she’d messaged her family group chat instead of her friends – and shared WAY too much information with her parents.
The woman shared the awkward text exchange on TikTok Credit: TikTok/ avefrickenmay
TikTok user Avemay shared the ordeal on the video sharing platform, and unsurprisingly, her parents weren’t too impressed by their daughter’s remarks.
You see, Avemy explained that she was “blackout” drunk when she’d met a bloke she was keen on, and messaged her friends for “permission to hook up” with him.
But it wasn’t until she received a response from her shocked parents when she’d realised she’d messed up – and people find it hilarious.
The clip details the chat between her and her family and has been viewed more than 500k times.
She’d accidently messaged her family chat instead of her friendsCredit: TikTok/ avefrickenmay
She captioned the clip: “The most awkward morning of my life.”
And wrote: “When you text the family groupchat for ~permission to hu [hookup] with a boy~ when you’re blackout.”
After seeing her text which read “I’m bout to hook up with this kid. Is it fine”, her mum fumed: “”What?? Avery BEHAVE!! Were you hacked?”
While her dad added: “Huuuuuh. Whatttt? Kidddding. Not Funny. ????”
Avery mistakenly responded: “Did u leave?” before realising what had happened and added: “Sorry wrong person.”
Many people sympathised with her situation with the clip racking up over 500k viewsCredit: TikTok/ avefrickenmay
Lots of people sympathised in the comments, but suggested she pass it off as a prank.
One woman said: “Girl just say it was a prank!!”
With another agreeing saying: “Why didn’t you just say you were kidding?”
A third person added: “I always say its for a prank on Twitter when this happened.”
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