Communicating has never been easier thanks to smartphones and messaging apps, but it also makes it easier for parents to send embarrassing texts to their kids.
People shared hilarious messages from their parents on American trivia website The Daily Stuff.
Parents learned the hard lesson not to trust their phone’s auto-correct features when a mother told her daughter that she had been ‘fondling herself’ instead of ‘Googling.
Another didn’t notice her finger was above the camera lens while sending multiple photos of a landscape. Meanwhile, a father trying to be helpful sent a text to one of his kids to let him know that they had left their phone at home.
People have shared funny messages they received from their parents via the American trivia website The Daily Stuff. One mother was a bit puzzled when she sent gibberish to her child because she didn’t have her glasses.
Let’s cut this conversation short! One mother trying to increase her knowledge got a bad experience.
A very excited mother mistakenly used a poop emoji as chocolate chips to represent chocolate chip because they looked cute
Better luck next year: One mother told her son that she was learning hashtags. Then, she went on to make a hilarious text exchange with her son in which she utterly failed.
One mother said “You Only Live Once” to her son. He replied that it was more of a reminder than a warning.
Autocorrect is a dangerous tool! Parents made a cringeworthy statement that their children don’t want to hear: They ‘fondled themselves’ rather than ‘googling.
Move away from your phone! One parent sent a message to his son using strange symbols and letters. He knew they needed to help.
This was not a photo finish! One mother tried to show the beautiful view she saw on a holiday but kept blocking the camera with her finger, much to the dismay and surprise of her child.
Thank you, Dad! Nothing like a father to bring your down with harsh comments about your love life
The same goes for grandmothers! In a texting failure, a grandchild sent a message of gratitude to their grandmother. She replied with the number “7”.
One creative mother created her own Emoji and called it ‘Bowtie Man’ to warn her son.
A miscommunication between a father and his daughter over what her mother wanted made for an awkward conversation
Although the child in question may not find the message from their mom telling them to clean their bedroom funny, other parents will find it a great way to motivate their children to clean their rooms.
One mother pretended to be her child’s imaginary boyfriend and told her good day, but the child was not fooled
One mother confessed that she didn’t know how smiley faces work when she exchanged with her child
One mother couldn’t stop using emojis to write to her children, while another mother could not resist the urge to use them.
One mother, who had just purchased a smartphone for the very first time, struggled to find the space keys and had to ask for help.
One dad texted his child to inform him that his phone had been lost. Their phone
One mother forgot to bring one of her children to the supermarket. She had forgotten and left.