Woman’s boyfriend accidentally sends NSFW text to family group chat

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WARNING: The video contains graphic language.

A woman has been mortified after her boyfriend mistakenly sent their family group a very raunchy message.

Desirae, who shares content under the username @deeezanwtz, took to TikTok, where she shared the unfortunate error with viewers.

In her video, Desirae looks utterly miffed by the unfortunate situation as she reveals a green screen photo of her family’s text feed.

Using TikTok’s popular “Stay Calm” audio, which samples The Office, we hear Michael Scott clamoring to keep his staff in check.

As he fails miserably in the memorable scene, so does this woman’s boyfriend.

“Hey, hello, my queen,” her boyfriend gently begins her message, letting her know he’s been thinking of her on his lunch break.

“Thank you for the amazing P—y last night with the hugs,” he continued. “I can’t wait to see you later. Be careful and text me when you get the chance.”

Desirae’s mother was the first to respond but seemed to enjoy the awkward situation.

“What the fuck is that? lol,” she replied.

Desirae’s boyfriend immediately realized his mistake and began to apologize profusely, but it was too late. The damage is done.

Desirae was mortified and responded quickly to ask him to take down his text.

“Can you please not send it?” I think you can,” Desirae replied.

“Too late. I already took a screenshot,” mom joked.

While mom seemed to find some humor in the situation, dad was less than laid back about the situation.

Dad has asked to be removed from all group chat threads in the future.

“Please remove me from all F—king group chats. Thank you and have a great day,” he said.

It is doubtful that anyone will have a good day after this mishap.

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