Some women carry just a wallet. Some have wallets attached to their phones.
But God bless those of us carrying the bottomless pits of purses.
We never know what we’ll pull out when we grab something in that dark cavern of stuff, right?
And sometimes what we pull out can be downright embarrassing.
But a Reddit user’s story about just such an occurrence—at least we’re going to assume that’s how this mess happened—doesn’t involve dropping a tampon in front of a first date when you try to pull out your lipstick or a condom in front of your grandparents when you pull out your phone.
This involves something decidedly less…
Let’s go with less legal. Although technically that small baggie of white powder could be anything.
Now whose small baggie of a white powdery substance it is, is in dispute. Heck, no one is even claiming the phone at this point.
One version, on Reddit states:
“When your friends coke baggie is stuck to her phone as she takes your picture with your parents.”
Friend’s phone, friend’s baggie. Got it.
But Imgur tells a different story.
“That look on your face when you see your bag of coke stuck to your phone which you’ve just given to someone to take a photo of you and your parents!”
Woman in picture’s baggie and her phone.
It’s almost like no one wants to claim that white powdery substance as their own.
Both show being posted at the same time, so…????♀️
But from Reddit and Imgur, it hit Twitter where they went with the Imgur version.
That look on your face when you see your bag of coke stuck to your phone which you’ve just given to someone to take a photo of you and your parents! pic.twitter.com/67iLgd3Sja
— knighty (@LeonKnight_) October 22, 2019
— will of the people (@creamywillbrie) October 23, 2019
People took a closer look at the photographs.
‘Is that what I think it is’ pic.twitter.com/pbmZS0y5rB
— PaigeL0u. (@PaigeL0u) October 22, 2019
Yup, that’s me. You’re probably wondering how I ended up in this situation. pic.twitter.com/rI6pp1Mxi2
— local_celebrity (@local_celebrity) October 23, 2019
She’s definitely all fired up. Prolly just came out the bathroom with homegirl. pic.twitter.com/XnXRtIOA84
— Craven Moorehead (@Calico_Ian) October 22, 2019
Including examining a necklace that appears to say GODDA$$, although it could be GODDE$$.
— Dr. SUS (@Esquiiiiiiii) October 22, 2019
— Hødsen Krokkersen (@HudsonRiverCroc) October 23, 2019
The meme and pun potential is strong here.
Hello Darkness My Old Friend pic.twitter.com/cwr6ib7AFO
— NFL Referee (@SAccount101) October 23, 2019
That’s one for the gram
— Ian Jæmes (@ianjames77) October 22, 2019
— George (@GeorgeBunce) October 22, 2019
Anyone else notice her necklace ?? pic.twitter.com/9DlGeKz01G
— Simon Roberts (@NethCoachRobbo) October 24, 2019
A few decided to share a more educated analysis.
I’m by no means an expert in lip-reading, but I know a labio-dental fricative when I see one.
— Equal Parts Panic and Stupor (@unnamednpc) October 23, 2019
AT LAST, that single semester of linguistics I did 10 years ago has paid off!
— MonsterTruck Man (@FlippingHeck) October 24, 2019
Others lamented product design.
Seriously, someone needs to make those little bags in non cling material.
INSTANT come down
— Steve McKenna (@SteveMcKenna_) October 23, 2019
Although some found the photos a little too perfect.
I hate that I know this is all too perfectly perfect to be organic. Who saw the bag on the camera and acted so fast as to snap a photo of the person snapping a photo?
Soon we’ll hear all about how this hilariously candid moment was orchestrated to go viral. Like pizza rat.
— Rich Homie Brocktoon (@este_guey) October 24, 2019
Whoever’s little white powder or phone it is and whatever the powder is and whether it’s all staged, happy 21st birthday!