Dare he open it?!
We’ve all received a message, text, or email not intended for us. Sometimes it’s just an innocent wrong number or a person sending an innocent, accidental text to one friend instead of another. But once in a while we get something juicy in our hands. Receiving gossip, bad mouthing, or something sexy meant for someone else can either be juicy and funny or absolutely horrible.
What what you do if you got a preview alert on your phone that said, “Sorry, that was mean for someone else.” Would you open it? What if the sender was your own mother? As we grow older, we realize that our parents have their own lives and are even still into, um, knocking boots. So these photos could very well be of the naughty sort.
This is the conundrum poor Liam McDonald had to face when his mother sent him three photos and a message that said “Sorry meant for dad.” To open or not to open?
Read on to find out what the photos revealed.
WhatsApp is a free messaging, calls, and video chat service used around the globe. With over a billion users in almost 200 countries, it’s the perfect mobile app to keep in touch with international friends and family without any roaming charges.
Liam McDonald of Dundee, Scotland likely used it to keep in touch with his mom… but on November 3, he face a conundrum. The 24-year-old tweeted out a screenshot of his home screen: Four alerts for three WhatsApp photos and a text saying that those pics were meant for his dad. Liam wrote: “S****ing myself to open this.”
Dare he open the messages? Will it be nudes of his mom? What else could they photos be of if they were meant only for his dad?
Curiosity is killing the Twitterverse!
Liam’s dilemma went viral. Currently it has over 85k likes and over 25k retweets. The best part is the hundreds of hilarious comments from randos trying to guess what the pictures are of.
“Drop your phone in a blender immediately,” said @watchinharrison.
User @PDGHammer said, “Don’t do it mate. There are some things a son just shouldn’t see. You may never be able to have sex again!”
Or it could be the complete opposite. “Imagine if it’s literally just a work spreadsheet or something,” @WHU_JJ45 commented.
Plus there are dozens of GIFs ranging from anger, nopes, and pleads for deletes.
Liam has since gotten the courage to open the messages from his mother. But he’s not yet notified the Twitterverse. He wants to tease his almost 3,000 followers. There have been many complaints on his original post about the lack of follow-up, since it has been almost two weeks since he posted about his viral shot.
So. What were these pics that were meant for his dad?
Liam revealed to FEMAIL, a section of the U.K.’s Daily Mail, that they were just photos of his newborn cousin. Awww. Perhaps the most innocent thing in the world and the exact opposite we were expecting. May we all be so lucky when getting “oops” messages.
What would you do in this situation? I think I would have a friend look at the photos and tell me what they were of… just in case I’d pass out from looking at my mom’s bits and pieces.
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