When sharing pics on social media, captions are everything. Just take it from Brianna Mann, a mom who went viral on Twitter after sharing identical photos of her son that she, and her son's dad, captioned completely differently.
Mann first snapped the pics of her adorable 16-month-old son Justin at the pool and captioned them "#blackboyjoy." Cute AND accurate. Perfect caption.
But when Justin's dad, Terence Heavens Jr., saw the photos, something else came to mind: the song "Swag Surfin" by F.L.Y. So he shared the same photo on Twitter, with a very different caption:
"I’m on hypnotic. Exotic. This polo on my body" he wrote. LOL this is SUCH a dad move (although I'm sure there are also plenty of moms out there who would caption a photo of their kid with a pertinent rap lyric).
Justin's mom noticed the difference between the captions and thought it was funny and poignant, so she tweeted out both pics side-by-side:
"When I post a pic of my kid vs when his dad does. Lmao" she wrote.
The photos clearly resonated with Twitter. Her tweet quickly went viral, and people are weighing in on whether they relate to the mom or the dad more.
Others just want to comment on how adorable Justin is. And THEY ARE NOT WRONG.
When it comes to captioning photos, what's your style? A simple, accurate hashtag? Or a hilarious (slightly inappropriate) rap lyric? I'm definitely #teamraplyric. Guess I'll make a great dad one day!