Guy Sends His Mum An 'Innocent' Photo Of His Girlfriend - It Horribly Backfires

We've all majorly screwed up once or twice, sending the wrong person the wrong thing and thinking we might just shit our stomach out. A screenshot of a conversation that somehow gets sent to the person in question, accidentally bitching about a friend to that very friend - that kinda thing.

Just be grateful that's the worst it's been - nor does it involve both your mum and your girlfriend - one of which happens to have been caught in a bit of a compromising position.

This one starts so innocently, as it always does, with Tennessee-based, 22-year-old Maison Vallance rooting around his room, trying to find a top that his mum had given him. It had his surname on, y'see, so it sounds like his mum thought it was pretty special - you know what mums are like. So far, so good.

Maison rummaged around in his bedroom and eventually found his top. So far, even better.

After finding it, he roped in girlfriend Meghan to pose with it, so that he could send proof to his mum. He told Buzzfeed that Meghan's met his mum and the two get along well - so nice touch, we're thinking; top son points there LAD.

He also happened to think Meghan looked pretty fine, so he shared that shit on Twitter, saying: "I took this picture to let my Momma know I found the shirt she got me, but Meghan is too pretty not to post it."

So far, seemingly so good.

But things escalated slightly when his pal, Brooke, spotted something that he'd definitely not, asking: "I'm going to regret this as soon as I ask, but the ropes.....?"

Look at the photo again. Shiiiit bro.

Little did he know that he'd left some ropes attached to his headboard - we'll leave it up to your imagination to work out what they were for.

Luckily, he got some good support from Twitter, one simply saying: "Congrats on the sex". Others went one better and showed him he's not alone:

We're betting Maison thinks twice about what's going on in the background of a photo before he fires it over to his mum - but if there's one good thing to come from this (apart from the 'congrats on the sex', of course), at least he's made you feel better about that time you accidentally texted your mate slagging him off, or the incriminating screenshot you sent your boss by mistake.

No biggie - there could be ropes involved.

Featured Image Credit: Maison Vallance

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman is a journalist who graduated from Manchester University with a BA in Film Studies, English Language and Literature, and has previously worked for Time Out and The Skinny among others.

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