Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Grandma Accidently Invites Wrong Teen To Thanksgiving, Because Fate Is Awesome.

Thanksgiving is almost here and families are getting ready to sit together, break bread, and enjoy a delicious meal. And since preparing the stuffing, turkey, mash potatoes, desserts, and all the food that is going to be laid out, requires a lot of work. It’s important to know who is coming.

You never want to have too much food left over or not enough to feed the whole family and friends gathered on the special day. It’s common for grandmothers to call their loved ones to confirm everyone attending and maybe even add some last minute invites.

At least that’s what Wanda Dench from Arizona was trying to do when she sent out a text instead of calling people. Dench thought she had texted her grandson about Thanksgiving dinner. A grandson did receive her text, even though it wasn’t her own boy who responded back.

Jamal Hinton was in class when he received a text about Thanksgiving dinner.

Jamal Hinton was in class when he received a text about Thanksgiving dinner.

Jamal Hinton

The teen was a little confused so he asked who was texting him. The reply was simple and cute "your grandma."

The teen was a little confused so he asked who was texting him. The reply was simple and cute "your grandma."

Jamal Hinton

Jamal was still not sure the woman texting him was in fact his grandmother. Hence, he asked her to send him a photo of herself.

Jamal was still not sure the woman texting him was in fact his grandmother. Hence, he asked her to send him a photo of herself.

Jamal Hinton

The 17-year-old sent a photo of himself letting her know she was not his grandma.

The 17-year-old sent a photo of himself letting her know she was not his grandma.

Jamal Hinton

Still, he wanted to know if he could still get a plate of the delicious Thanksgiving meal.

Still, he wanted to know if he could still get a plate of the delicious Thanksgiving meal.

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