Oh, Thanksgiving. It’s the one holiday of the year that doesn’t require gifts, tests your patience with your least favorite family members, and involves stuffing your face with more than just candy and slipping into a slight coma to rest up before the craziness of Christmas season.
This week, in making preparations for the feasting frenzy, one grandma’s text message to the wrong teenager is taking the internet by storm.
Jamal Hinton is a 17-year-old Phoenix resident who, on Tuesday, received a detailed text message that outlined his family’s Thanksgiving celebrations. The plans included family members “Amanda” and “Justin.”
The only trouble was that it wasn’t his family!
Confused about how he got roped into the plans, Jamal asked who these people were. The sender then identified herself as “your grandma,” and the texts that followed are PURE entertainment!
At first, Jamal thought it might be his grandma. Still confused, he asked her to send a picture to make sure.
Well, that’s awkward…
Jamal laughed and responded with his own selfie to assure “Your Grandma” that she’d reached out to the wrong grandson. But not before requesting a seat at the table with Justin and Amanda!
“Your Grandma’s” sassy response was that of an experienced grandmother:
“Of course you can. That’s what grandma’s do…feed everyone,” with some skilled emoji usage to boot!
Jamal said that if the invitation still holds, he’d be thrilled to join the family for Thanksgiving.
The randomly hilarious exchange has gone viral, and the Internet is loving this sweet reminder of the good we like to see in this world.