Most of us have made the mistake of sending a text message before we were done typing it or sending a message to the wrong person, but when one woman posted a friend’s “mistake” on Twitter, no one was buying his excuse.
Twitter user Farha posted the exchange with a male friend where he called her “baby” on the social media site. She asked him not to call her baby, but instead of apologizing, he said that the “baby” wasn’t meant for her but rather his baby cousin. He, according to him, had accidentally hit the text to speech button while he was talking to his cousin.
“I didn’t hahah I was talking to my baby cousin and clicked speech to text by accident and hit sent with my elbow while playing with him without realizing,” he wrote, accompanied by laughing emojis.
Farha, obviously, didn’t buy his excuse and captioned the tweeted text with, “I’m speechless.”
"I'm an EMT so my phone is always on and charging with the screen unlocked. Coincidentally, I hadn't touched it in 27 hours. Because of my big fingers & poor eye sight, speech to talk is my default setting. Suddenly, the doorbell rang. It was my cousin, Baby."