The last thing anyone wants is for their parents to find out what they do in the bedroom. Especially when you’re… a little freaky.
One man from Murfreesboro, Tennessee thought he was sending his mother a cute picture of his girlfriend. He wanted to let her know that she liked the shirt she gave her as a gift and took a snap of her wearing it in bed. He even took it a step further and posted the picture to his own Twitter feed to share it with others. However, it wasn’t long before fellow Twitter users pointed out an embarrassing (and rather kinky) mistake.
The man, a 22-year-old named Maison Vallance, didn’t realize that he had accidentally forgot to take down the red rope he had affixed above his bed. Judging by the placement of it and it’s arm-level holes, let’s just say this rope wasn’t for practicing sailor’s knots while watching Netflix…
Obviously Twitter had a field day with Maison’s embarrassing mistake and it reminds us a valuable lesson about double checking messages before sending… especially to your mother.
Maison’s decision to post this picture of his girlfriend being “just too pretty” quickly devolved into an onslaught of Tweets from people who were shocked to hear that he actually sent this to his mother. On an embarrassment scale of one to ten, sending a picture of your girlfriend sitting casually underneath your red bondage ropes probably ranks about an eleven and a half.
Eventually, Twitter user @B_tuss asked, “I’m going to regret this as soon as I ask, but the ropes…..?”
“Ok just realized I sent this to my mom with THE ROPES ATTACHED TO MY HEADBOARD…..” Maison replied.
Within hours it was retweeted over sixty thousand times as his photography blunder went viral.
Maison’s viral picture was mostly met with positive support for his kink, but some offered advice on how to get out of what will surely be an awkward interaction next time he brings his girlfriend to his parents’ house. “Just say she’s a restless sleeper and uses those to stay put,” said @JaredMcneese.
“Each person places one hand in the rope. It prevents them from rolling over into each other and disrupting sleep. It’s an old hack from the 60’s.” Added @Garshmania.
While it seems like Maison’s mistake would be rare, @SnoBun28 shared a similar story. “My gram cleaned my room when I went on vacation & found my box of butt plugs,” responded one of his followers. Just another reason to use a bit of discretion when bringing family members in proximity to your bedroom “activities.”
The Bright Side
It’s safe to say that Maison’s mother would probably never look at him or his girlfriend the same once she found out about their bedroom habits, but Maison revealed he may have lucked out. Upon sending the text to his mother, he noticed that the picture was automatically cropped to fit the message. According to him, his mother never tapped the picture to expand the image.
The entire Twitterverse let out a giant sigh of relief when he tweeted, “Luckily she didn’t click the picture to see the ropes!”
Maison’s close call should be a warning to everyone to double check your pictures before sending them out to the web or worse… your mother.
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