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This guy just came through on a request made seven years ago, and the internet is impressed.

This guy just came through on a request made seven years ago, and the internet is impressed.

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Seven years ago, Twitter user @_ZeeTaughtMe tweeted something important that she wanted to remember.

The tweet was simple — "Somebody remind me in seven years not to have kids."

Just a little throwaway tweet, right? Not to @DougExeter, another Twitter user, who came through for her, tweeting in 2018, "Don't have kids."

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976482601941610496

Well done, buddy! Unfortunately the reminder wasn't very useful, given that in the interim, @_ZeeTaughtMe had a daughter, who is now almost one year old.

@DougExeter responded, saying she should have said five years instead of seven, but there's no use crying over spilled babies now.

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976539222919098369

One person asked why the guy responded to a tweet from seven years ago.

He's just committed to helping out, it seems.

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976542045002067968

Some people (us included) wondered how this dude even remembered to remind her in seven years. Did he set an alarm?

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976543961106997248

But, for real, how did he remember?

https://twitter.com/soonergrunt/status/976547003160133632
https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976587805781405696

One person was curious why he didn't wait until June to tweet the reminder, as that would have technically marked seven years.

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976546616948617216

And another person had a request that @DougExeter remind him in 50 years to take his meds. Ha!

But he simply responded that we'd all be dead by then. Not so much ha.

https://twitter.com/DougExeter/status/976545741395996672

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