Texts to Mom, “How Long Does it Take to Microwave a 25-Pound Turkey?” is Going Viral for ALL the Right Reasons

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With Thanksgiving just one week away, people are pranking their moms by asking how long they should cook a full turkey in the microwave.

The social media challenge is taking over the internet this week, and the responses are ACTUALLY the greatest thing you’ll read all day!

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Things pretty much went one of two ways. Some parents responded with a supportive, but cautious encouragement to their obviously desperate and potentially deranged child, while others came extremely close to disowning their offspring altogether.

You guys, she told her kid to buy a precooked turkey for the Fire Department!! I’m dying. 

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This savage mom who pulled the only line any mother every needs. 

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This mom who figured there was absolutely no logical reasoning for her kid to be asking this question.

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Mom is never wrong, you silly, silly child.

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Then there’s this mom who had the most natural response to the prank question: “Google it.” 

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Then there’s this mom who DID in fact, Google it. 

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This mom whose three words say it all! 

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And this mom who reminds us that common sense should be free…but it isn’t. 

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I think it goes without saying, but please never microwave a 25 pound turkey.

Here’s to growing up, adulting like a pro, and giving your mom a heart attack every now an then with a text that genuinely makes her question the job she did raising you.

If you’re a mom and you’ve gotten this text, we’d love to see how the exchange went! Submit your conversations to [email protected] and your texts might be featured!


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