Most moms worry about their daughters—it's just a thing they do, universally. A tweet sent by Kaelyn Demmon, who's 18 according to BuzzFeed, shows the lengths some moms will go to make sure their daughters are where they say they are.
The tweet consisted of screengrabs of a text conversation Kaelyn had with her mother, Heather. On July 29, Kaelyn was hanging out at her best friend Stevie's house, watching a movie. Every so often, Heather requests photographic evidence to back up her daughter's claims. This was one of those times.
When Heather texted to find out where Kaelyn was, she asked that Kaelyn send a selfie of herself and Stevie giving the thumbs up.
Kaelyn and Stevie complied, but the picture was dark, so they could be anywhere. So mom Heather asks for another picture, this time with the light on.
So Kaelyn sent another picture, this time in bright light, and they were indeed at Stevie's house. But Heather still wasn't completely convinced; she mentioned that Stevie looked "cropped" into the picture. She wanted yet another photo.
Being the good daughter that she is, Kaelyn sent her mom yet another picture.
Kaelyn finally, finally passed her mom's test!
People on Twitter could seriously relate.
Kaelyn told BuzzFeed she'd gotten busted lying before, so she doesn't have a squeaky clean record with her mom. Kaelyn also has tons of selfies of her and her friends on her camera at all times, so her mom asks her to pose in specific ways, to ensure that the pictures are taken right then and there. Smart!
Heather explained that she only requests selfies from Kaelyn "infrequently" so that Kaelyn never knows when she's going to have to provide proof of where she is. That'll keep a teen on her toes.
Heather also told BuzzFeed that she actually believed Kaelyn after the first photo, but kept requesting more pics just to amuse herself. "I knew she was where she said she was," Heather said, "but it was more fun to keep her doing different things." Trolled by her own mom! Pretty funny, though.
And it seems the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, because Kaelyn's sense of humor isn't that different from her mom's. When BuzzFeed contacted her to ask some questions, here was her response: