The audacity some men have through text will never cease to baffle us. Whether it be the overly aggressive and highly unsolicited dick pic or an out of the blue request for scantily clad photos, there’s nothing they won’t try.
Many of us have developed the perfect response to these rather unwelcome advances, but none quite as clever as Reese Hebert, from Houston, Texas.
16-year-old Reese Hebert was unexpectedly asked to send naked photos of herself to a boy in her class and she responded in the best possible way.
Hebert was at home living her life, doing normal human things like taking a shower when she received a text message from her classmate. She was immediately thrown off since she hadn’t even given said classmate her number.
🚨GET OUT NOW🚨
Then, the boy from her class then asked what she was doing. Hebert nonchalantly replied with “about to shower wbu” and that’s when things got even weirder. Her peer responded with a creepy AF “Oweee I wanna see.”
Fortunately, Hebert had the perfect answer to her peer’s un-welcomed advances and we seriously want to give her a trophy.
She snapped a picture of herself wearing an adorably hilarious umbrella hat standing under the shower head. I mean, can we just take moment to appreciate this creativity and also, where do we get our own umbrella hat?
Reese told BuzzFeed: ‘I needed to spend $20 on Amazon Prime and I was $3 short so I was just looking for something to get and I found the umbrella hat and I thought it was so funny so I got it and I thought I would never use it.’
As if she really need justification for such an amazing purchase…
Fortunately for us and the rest of the internet, Reese posted her response to Twitter.
The post has since been retweeted over 3K times and liked more than 6K times.
Needless to say, people found her absolutely hilarious.
And some girls even responded with their own umbrella hat photos.
It’s official, we’re ordering our very own hat. Reese said she wasn’t expecting such an overwhelming response to her photo.
“It’s different,” she told Buzzfeed. “People will say I’m Twitter famous and it’s just weird to hear that.”
She also added that the one person who may not be a fan of her tweet is the guy who texted her.
“He hasn’t replied to me to this day,” she said.