Guy sends a photo of his girlfriend to his mom. He should have checked the background.

Guy sends a photo of his girlfriend to his mom. He should have checked the background.

Meet Maison Vallance, a 22-year-old from Tennessee. About two months ago, Vallance got together with his now girlfriend, Meghan, and the relationship is going swimmingly, according to BuzzFeed News. Which is great, because Vallance screwed up royally by sending his mom AND posting on Twitter a seemingly innocent picture of Meghan which ended up not being so innocent after all. People, remember to check the background of those pics before sharing.

Here's how it happened: Vallance's mom (who has met and very much likes Meghan) asked him to find a certain T-shirt she (his mom) had given him. He found it, and thought it'd be cute to send a pic to his mom of Meghan posing with the T-shirt. So far, so good.

He loved the picture of Meghan and even posted it on Twitter, saying it was too good a picture of her not to post.

Aww...cute! Just a regular picture of a girl on a bed and WAIT A MINUTE what are those ropes behind her?

Twitter noticed, too.

And all of a sudden, the picture wasn't quite as innocent as before.

But hey, he's certainly not the only person this has happened to. For example, there was this tweet in response to Vallance.

As it turns out, though, Vallance doesn't think his mother saw the ropes, because she didn't actually click to open the photo in full. But he told BuzzFeed News that he is planning on telling his mom, and he's promised to share her response with them. He told them he figures her response will be something like, "What the hell is wrong with you?," which, honestly, is a question parents ask their kids all the time (or at least want to).

Vallance told BuzzFeed News, "I think it will be funny and I'll just say, OK, let's forget about this now."