It is absolutely the “worst nightmare” for many young Indians living away from home to let their parents know about their drinking habits. Imagine it materializing when you post a picture in the wrong group. Twitter user Saniya Dhawan shared her brother’s hilarious horror chat when she posted a photo of a beer can in the family group.
The now-viral WhatsApp chat shows that Ms Dhawan’s brother, an Indian fan from Mumbai, posted a photo of a beer can with the caption: “Mumbai for victory… less gooo.” After two minutes, Mrs. Dhawan’s father asks: “kyaaa?” (what?) and a minute later Mrs. Dhawan’s mother asks “tum beer pete ho?” (You drink beer?)”
When Ms. Dhawan asks her brother why he doesn’t delete the group’s beer photo, he says he deleted it for himself instead of deleting it for everyone. The hilarious WhatsApp chat has gone viral on the Internet.
The post’s caption read: “No way my brother sent this to the family group.”
Check out the post here:
No way my brother sent this to the family group 😭 pic.twitter.com/FKnrcYiu3K
—Saniya Dhawan (@SaniyaDhawan1) May 26, 2023
Since going live, the post has amassed over 1.1 million views on Twitter with a variety of hilarious comments. One user wrote: “I’m sure he’ll make up a story.”
Another user asked: “Is he alive?”
“He is eligible to create a ‘How to Self Harm’ course on Udemy,” the third user quipped.
“He can say that he is promoting and supporting Mumbai Indians. The tin belongs to his friend. Mumbai Indians for life,” the fourth user suggested as a way out.
“Why does WhatsApp have those two options anyway? Delete to me is a scam we’ve all been caught up in at some point,” the fifth user asked.
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