Weed Dealer Has Best Response After Texting Teen's Mom
When it comes to dealing with emergency situations, there are two types of people in this world.
On one hand, you have the people who go into panic mode and react in a manner that makes all hell break loose.
On the other hand, you have those who can think quickly on their feet. These people immediately know how to come up with a way to handle any situation like a pro.
Case in point? A weed dealer who saved a teen from getting seriously grounded after he accidentally texted the teen's mom.
Apparently, a 15-year-old guy named Christian recently switched phone numbers with his mom.
The teen's weed dealer texted him to see if he needed any piff.
However, the number was no longer Christian's. So, the "Need bud?" text was received by the teenager's mom.
Luckily for Christian, his mom wasn't up-to-date on the latest marijuana lingo. Thankfully, she had absolutely no idea what the hell that guy was talking about.
Naturally, she replied to the sender, asking him to explain what it was her son might need.
This is when the hero drug dealer swooped in to save the day. He replied with the most genius cover-up of all time.
He kept his cool and simply said, "Bud. A buddy. I heard he lonely AF."
Christian's mom showed the text message to her daughter Anna, who then posted a screenshot of the hilarious conversation to Twitter.
As you can imagine, people are now applauding this weed dealer for his dope response.
In fact, some people are saying his epic response might just be the best damn save of the year.
Other Twitter users have pointed out we could all use a loyal friend like this guy.
Although this dealer's response should have left Christian in the clear, his mom eventually found out what bud was.
That's right: His big sister told her it was a slang word for weed.
When he was confronted by his mother, Christian said he didn't smoke weed. He insisted he had no idea how a weed dealer could have possibly gotten his phone number.
At the end of the day, however, this glorious save may have gone up in flames. But you still have to hand it to the dealer for coming up with such a lit cover-up in the first place.