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In a hilarious exchange that's going big-time viral on Twitter, a woman texted a Thanksgiving invitation to someone she thought was her grandson. It turned out the person she reached wasn't her grandson, but her invitation remained open anyway, for basically the cutest reason ever.

According to the Huffington Post, the woman, whose name is Wanda, must have entered the wrong number, because the person she reached was actually Jamal Hinton, a 17-year-old from Chandler, AZ.

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Hinton asked the woman to send him a picture (not a nude, don't worry), and he sent one back, and it became clear that she had not reached who she thought she had.

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At that point, Hinton, in typical teenage fashion, asked Wanda he could still come anyway, and Wanda's response will make you want to call your grandmother immediately (assuming she's not dead or a horrible person).

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THAT'S WHAT GRANDMAS DO…FEED EVERY ONE! With a little slice of cake emoji even! It's what Thanksgiving is all about.

Hinton's friend Ronald posted screenshots of the exchange on Twitter, where it quickly blew up, getting almost 200,000 retweets and 400,000 like in just two days.

But better than all that is the fact that the following day, Hinton, who lives not far from Wanda, went over to meet the world's most generous grandma in person. He told the Huffington Post, "She was really nice! A very funny, sweet lady." And yes, he's going to her place for Thanksgiving, and probably bringing a pumpkin pie, too. One question remains, though—is Ronald invited?

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