When Siti Mashita asked her parents to buy their new ink cartridges for her business, selling handmade scrunchies, she got an unexpected response: a photo of her mother holding a brand new printer, including new cartridges.
"Suddenly, my dad sent me a picture of my mom posing confidently next to a printer and said, 'Mommy already bought it & # 39; & # 39;", Siti told BuzzFeed News in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Siti said she was shocked and asked her mother why they hadn't been through the first time.
"At home, they said they bought it because it is much more convenient than the old printer," she said.
His text exchange photos went viral on Twitter, with people applauding his mother for being "next-level".
"I was impressed with the guilt because my parents didn't know it went viral, but I don't see any bad or bad tweets attacking my parents, so I think it's okay," he added.
Some people also said they agreed with the purchase of their parents because the ink can cost more than printers.
Some people related because they also did the same.
In the end, however, Siti did not have two printers. She said she managed to sell the new printer via Twitter to someone who needed one.