Emily's post has received more than 125,000 Likes on Twitter after it was posted on Sunday. If Emoji Were Used in Real Life...
Emily's post has received more than 125,000 Likes on Twitter after it was posted on Sunday. If Emoji Were Used in Real Life...

Girl’s cringey text exchange with dad

A MORTIFIED teenager claims her dad accused her of leaving a sex toy in her room, only to find it was something far more innocent.

Twitter user @_Emmiily was on the end of the cringe-worthy text exchange with her dad after he discovered her portable mobile battery.

 

She posted the messages online under the caption: "This was so awkward omg my dad really assumed the worst."

Her dad originally wrote to her: "Emily, where are you? When you get home we need to talk."

The exchange was posted on her Twitter account for all to see.
The exchange was posted on her Twitter account for all to see.

After explaining she was at a pal's house, he sent a picture of the USB charger along with the message: "Well I found this. Why are you making these purchases. That is disgusting!

"You shouldn't waste your money! If you have these kind of needs I suggest you don't leave this sh*t laying around."

The message exchange unfolded in truly awkward fashion. Picture: Twitter
The message exchange unfolded in truly awkward fashion. Picture: Twitter

Feigning confusion, Emily replied: "DAD WHAT DO YOU THINK THAT IS?"

Her dad replied that he thought the device was one of "those disgusting toys that vibrate".

Emily's post has received more than 125,000 Likes on Twitter after it was posted on Sunday.
Emily's post has received more than 125,000 Likes on Twitter after it was posted on Sunday.

But he is met with a dressing down from his daughter, who says: "Dad, that's my portable charger! I use that for Disneyland to charge my phone!! Omg what were you doing in my stuff btw?"

Apparently embarrassed, her father simply replied: "Don't tell ur mum ... sorry. I needed chapstick."

The exchange has received more than 125,000 Likes on Twitter after it was posted on Sunday.

This article originally appeared on The Sun and is republished with permission.



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