Woman reveals how a friend's & # 39; Happy birthday & # 39; from her mother Frozen cake meme confused with a REAL gift – and her mother was so shocked that she spent £ 200 on one to prevent clumsiness
- Lauren Faulkner, from Edinburgh, left Twitter in hysteria about a tricky accident
- Her mother Virginia wished Beth Brown, then 18, a happy birthday with a cake image
- Beth thought she had bought the cake and said she would pop & # 39; around & # 39;
- Virginia felt & # 39; pity & # 39; to admit the truth and has spent £ 200 to get a replica
A woman left Twitter in hysteria after revealing that her mother once earned £ 200 for a decadent Frozen cake for one of her friends after a tricky Facebook accident.
Lauren Faulkner, from Edinburgh, told on social media how her best friend Beth Brown, now 21, had once seen her mother's 18th birthday message from mother Virginia on Facebook as a generous gift.
She told how Virginia felt & # 39; pity & # 39; felt to admit the truth and eventually shot £ 200 to have a replica made.
Lauren Faulkner, from Edinburgh, explained how her mother Virginia had shared the photo of a & # 39; random cake she'd found on Google & # 39; to send birthday wishes to Laurens friend Beth on her 18th birthday – but Beth saw the photo as a real gift
Three years later, Lauren still laughs at the uncomfortable accident and let other social media users falter when she told the anecdote again
Lauren shared the hilarious moment online in a tweet that quickly went viral, revealing that her mother & # 39; pity & # 39; felt to admit that the image was not a real gift for her daughter's boyfriend
Lauren revealed the hilarious story on Twitter and it quickly went viral, with more than 70,000 users who liked the message to explain what had happened.
She told how her mother Virginia posted an image of a decadent Frozen cake on Facebook for her daughter's 18th birthday, Beth Brown.
But an excited Beth misinterpreted the meme, believing that her girlfriend's generous mother had bought her the cake and said that she would & # 39; pop a bit & # 39 ;.
Lauren's mother felt so uncomfortable about the whole situation that she had earned £ 200 to order an almost identical replica for Beth.
A delighted Beth mistaken the & # 39; random cake & # 39; however, as a birthday present and noted that she would pop & # 39; today & # 39; to have a piece
Lauren tweeted: & # 39; I still think about it today when my mother found this random cake on glasses [sic] to post a happy birthday to Beth and Beth thought my mother was giving her the cake had purchased. & # 39;
Lauren explained: & # 39; My mother was sorry to admit it wasn't hers, so she paid £ 200 to get a replica made for the next day. & # 39;
She continued to share snapshots of her mother's birthday post, including a birthday message alongside a decadent Frozen cake.
In addition to the image, Virginia wrote: & # 39; Happy 18th birthday princess! I hope you have a wonderful day, you have always been our favorite! & # 39;
They felt too uncomfortable to reveal the accident and gave out £ 200 to buy an almost identical replica of the Frozen cake, which Beth later & # 39; unreal & # 39; called
A delighted Bethany could not believe her friend's parents had been so generous – but had no idea that the whole problem had been an awkward accident
Meanwhile, a delighted Beth responded to the post and said: & # 39; OMG can't believe this! Thank you so much Virginia and Stephen. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; I need to take a look today and have some food. & # 39;
The almost identical cake was later shared on social media by the clueless Beth, who wrote: & # 39; How unreal is that & # 39 ;.
Social media users welcomed the hilarious story, with a comment: & # 39; Your poor mother, bless her. & # 39;
Another placed: & # 39; Hahahaha that was the best ever. A Twitter method added: & # 39; How pure and smart is that & & # 39;
Social media users lagged hysterically about the now viral post, with one comment: & # 39; That's actually so cute. & # 39;
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