We’ve all experienced that cold dread that comes with accidentally sending a text to the wrong person.
Maybe it’s replying ‘Love you xx’ to your kid’s year four teacher instead of your partner or sending a less-than-PG-rated meme to your mum instead of your mate.
Pretty chilling stuff.
Imagine this woman’s horror when she realised she’d sent a rather racy photo of herself to her very own grandson instead of her beau.
Said grandson, a young man who simply goes by the username @yort_. on TikTok, has uploaded a video of himself listening to a frantic voicemail from his grandma after she realised her terrible error.
“I apologise so much, I sent you pictures,” she begins in a harried tone.
“I pushed your name by mistake, I meant to send it to my friend,” she continues before cutting to the chase.
“Please delete that picture from your phone!” she begs, adding that she “felt so bad” when she discovered what she’d done.
The man’s face remains thoroughly unimpressed as he listens to his poor grandma’s pleas, all the while obscuring what appears to be a screenshot of the photo in question with his head.
Over in the comments section, his fellow TikTok users can’t seem to get enough of the tragically awkward situation.
While many have boldly asked him to share the image a vast majority were impressed by his older relative’s romantic escapades.
“Lmao! Grandma got a life too!” one remarked.
“I mean, good for grandma that she has the confidence and the game... but still... I’d probably die if my grandma did this,” another added.
Others were coaching the grandson to strike a bargain in return for destroying the X-rated evidence.
“Tell granny you need a PS5 and 300 bucks and the pictures are gone,” one suggested.
The audio track has since taken off on TikTok with scores of users filming themselves reacting to the cringe-worthy voicemail from sobbing in the shower to rocking back and forth with their head in their hands.
We wonder how grandma feels about her newfound internet fame — or infamy, depending on how you look at it.
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