Every parent can invest in the love life of their children. Some parents have even gone so far as to blindly go out with their friends’ kids and even protect everything when their kids bring someone brand new into the house. Consequently, parents can be quite brutal with their children’s thoughts, and indeed, Adem Waterman just got his fair share of it.
Adem recently took to Twitter to share the brutal text message her mother sent him. The mother had asked him if his personality or his appearance prevented her from finding a mate. Without a doubt, the post went viral and singles found it instantly identifiable.
Adem Waterman shares the brutal text message her mother sent asking if her personality or appearance prevented him from finding a partner
‘Writing your Christmas card. Shall I put to just Adem, or do you have a boyfriend yet? The mom questioned. Adem responded: ‘No boyfriend. You can just put my name on it.’ The mom then asked again: ‘Okay, will do. Do you think it’s your personality or your looks? Well, your brothers and sisters have partners. X’
‘Writing your Christmas card. Shall I put to just Adem, or do you have a boyfriend yet? The mom asked
The London-based uploaded screenshot of the conversation that transpired on WhatsApp, and it, of course, promoted other internet users to share their relatives’ amusing remarks. It has amassed over 48K likes with comments.
The London-based uploaded screenshot of the conversation that transpired on WhatsApp, and it, of course, promoted other people to share their relatives’ amusing remarks
‘I phoned my Nanna once after yet another job rejection, and she said, do you think it’s because you’re past your best? I was 39.’ A user commented. Another added: ‘Several family members have decided my sister and I no longer exist as we are both singles.’
A third stated: ‘My dad told me to look for a boyfriend in the local Morrison’s since I go there so much. Parent are f****** ruthless.’ A few hilariously joked about their families’ concern about their love lives.
Families do tend to put younger members into absurd situations, and in Adem’s case, his mom comment sting the heck out of him
‘My family are salvage! I have recently lost weight and got the following compliment. Where’s your belly? Your face isn’t round-shaped anymore. Bet it easier to get around without that weight. I think they mean well.’ A fourth said. Nonetheless, families do tend to put younger members into absurd situations. In particular, parents’ comments often sting the heck out of us.