Practically every modern-day technology user has felt the embarrassment of a butt dial or texting the wrong person. But one girl experienced Siri wanting to play matchmaker when her phone texted her crush for her.
iPhone users everywhere ask Siri silly questions, but when Ceci Mula decided to ask Siri her own question, things took a cringe-worthy turn.
I JUST ASKED SIRI IF A CERTAIN BOY WOULD EVER TEXT ME AND SHE SENT A TEXT SAYING WILL YOU EVER TEXT ME TO HIM. My funeral will be held at 8pm this Thursday.— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 17, 2018
We always suspected our phones would turn on us one day.
What's worse than accidentally texting your crush and then having to explain how it happened in the first place? Him never texting you back.
In retrospect, no I wouldn't have tweeted this if I knew it would eventually show up on his timeline. But honestly that's on you for leaving me on read ??— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 18, 2018
My ass was sadly but surely, left on read.— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 18, 2018
Eventually, Mula received a text back, but definitely not the one she wanted.
Update!! Received a text simply saying: "haha" funerals been pushed up! BYOB!— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 18, 2018
Excuse us while we hide from the second-hand embarrassment.
Mula shared the experience on Twitter, and the post has since gone viral with over 550,000 likes and 110,000 of retweets. Even though Twitter fame may be a small consolation prize for her humiliation, it only made things worse when her tweet got its own Twitter moment — something that is displayed for all of the Twitterverse to see.
You know for a second I thought, "hey maybe he'll never know I tweeted about him" should I have my name spelt cecilia or stoopid in the obituary? https://t.co/60JNK7ivfj— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 19, 2018
Although her crush hasn't reached back out to her, the internet has joined together to send her their condolences.
Film suggestion for your final hours pic.twitter.com/MTG9sHEm01— The Shlug (@FightingSquelch) January 18, 2018
R.I.P. what shall we play at the service (music wise)— wildthoughts (@ladydimplez92) January 18, 2018
Can we attend the funeral on Thursday at 8 PM though? I want to make sure she has a good ceremony and also let her know ilh.— Thiago (@DuhTrendinTopic) January 18, 2018
NO HE LEFT HER ON READ HE DOESNT GET TO BE WITH HER— E F E (@Efemeena) January 18, 2018
After what is a truly traumatic experience, Mula is able to laugh about the horrific debacle.
Just want to take the time to thank everyone for their kind words & condolences during these tragic times. For those of you wondering, I did receive a text back & yes I was soon later hit with an unfollow. But in the words of our queen mother, Beyoncé (long may she live) BOY BYE.— Ceci ? (@CeciMula) January 19, 2018
Maybe next time, she'll be a bit more careful with what she asks Siri, who is clearly out to get her.
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