At one time or another, we have all been on the receiving end of a call or text from someone who dialed a wrong number. It is usually an awkward experience, but no where near as awkward as this exchange:
On March 31, woman named Rasheida (@thesheidashow) received a text from a number she did not know. At first, Rasheida tried to explain that the texter had the wrong number, but the woman on the other end was strangely adamant that she was speaking to her son, Dorian.
Yes, saying "who tf is this" may seem abrasive, but WTF is that picture? A stitched up leg? You would be saying the same thing.
Anyway, although Rasheida made it pretty clear she has no idea who "tf" this woman is, but Dorian's mom insisted that she was texting her son:
At this point, Rasheida sent Dorian's mom a picture of herself to prove her identity, but she still wasn't buying it.
Finally, Rasheida decided to Facetime the stranger to prove once and for all that, no, she is NOT her Canadian son, Dorian.
Like that leg, Twitter was in stitches:
But the story didn't end there.
After Rasheida uploaded their conversation onto Twitter, it went viral, garnering over 280,000 likes and 63,000 retweets.
Rasheida decided to Facetime Dorian's mom one more time to let her know that she is now a little Twitter-famous:
"I called her and let her know we went viral ," wrote Rasheida in the caption of the tweet. "She was so happy lol this not dorian mom no more this my mama."
Aw! So sweet! But serious, where is Dorian? Has anyone heard from him?