A sincere photo of super-organized parents of a man has joined thousands around the world after being shared on Twitter.
Vishnu, a lawyer from New Dehli, India, recently shared a picture of his parents packed and ready to go on vacation several hours before his flight was scheduled.
"My parents at 10.33 a.m. For a flight at 3.10 p.m.", wrote a funny Vishnu.
The click has caused the Internet to have fallen out of favor after more than 40,000 people have liked it and retweeted more than 14,000 times.
A Twitter user named Vishnu recently posted an online photo showing his parents' supreme organization level before a trip
Since then, the publication has gone viral and has been appreciated by more than 40,000 and has been retweeted more than 14,000 times.
An avalanche of comments also followed, and many said that the photo reminded them of their own parents' travel arrangements.
One person, Imthiaz wrote: "Pic reminded me of my parents … my father will be at the railway station (sic) at least 2 hours before departure … all the time!"
– But that makes a lot of sense! You have to be at the airport at least at 2:10 pm, which means you have to leave around 12.00 to overcome the traffic. 12.00 is only 1.5 hours away! Another wrote.
The commentators hurried to say how much they remembered the picture of their own parents
Another observed how this type of behavior was common in all areas
While a third, Vijaya, observed: "The world is, at least, united by one thing … Parents packed and ready hours before a flight!"
"In the photo, I can count Six (!) Pieces of luggage for 2 travelers, another typical thing of an Indian family," they wrote.
Others warned entertaining children that they too would be ridiculed in the future.
Just wait a decade: one person said that although the publication seems hilarious now, it is likely that those who laugh will probably end up being the same
"All of you, young people, wait a decade and see what your children write about you," wrote Dr. Sundada Bal.
& # 39; It will be the same or even better than this. All parents (at least Indians) are the same and most of us end up being a copy of them, "he added.
"My kids also laugh at me, but I still enjoy it." So nostalgic!