Teens Are Posting Pics Of The Fake Halloween Outfits They Used To Fool Their Strict Parents
"LMAOOOOOOOOO SORRY MA, I had to draw on my chest."
If you grew up with strict parents, you know the struggle of trying to get away with wearing the actually fun Halloween outfit you really want.
And Trisha, a college student from UCLA, is no stranger to this.
For Halloween this year Trisha decided that she wanted to go as a referee, with a bit of a twist. But before setting off for the night and wearing the outfit she had planned, she snapped a photo of the original costume and sent it to her dad.
She then uploaded her real costume, and the one her parents saw onto Twitter, where it went viral.
what I looked like on halloween vs the picture I sent my dad pic.twitter.com/6dtE0wNZp0
— lil trisha vert 🕊 (@trishasucks) November 3, 2019
For Trisha’s actual outfit, she cut her shirt and switched to shorts, while her parents thought she wore the t-shirt and leggings combo she sent them prior.
For the record, her dad thought the look was “very nice 👍”.
After getting over 400,000 likes in a day, the tweet inspired other other teens with equally strict parents to share their photos too.
Honestly, same pic.twitter.com/qJHo8roSGu
— vicious college boy🏳️🌈 (@itstwinkbitch) November 4, 2019
LMFAOOO SAME pic.twitter.com/R4p7uDEuzE
— les (@thatislesther) November 4, 2019
I had to crop the picture for my dad 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/JHPvEZvjWk
— ~✨MIRELLE ASHLEY✨~ (@weadoreashley_) November 4, 2019
If this wasn’t me 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/TVmWTL46I4
— 𝓜𝓻. 𝓔𝓵 (@Davis_junior2) November 4, 2019
Some even did almost full outfit changes after taking a snap for mum and dad.
Loool i did the exact same thing 😂 pic.twitter.com/bdJoa1hsMr
— Nini (@BADGYALNlNl) November 4, 2019
This was seriously me too pic.twitter.com/Y5n2eZ6JGO
— janicia (@jaanniciaaaa) November 4, 2019
And others even went so far as to draw on fake shirts to help fool their unsuspecting parents.
LMAOOOOOOOOO SORRY MA I had to draw on my chest pic.twitter.com/03Mkj2wdXe
— theinnushia (@theinnushia) November 5, 2019
Ah, teens. They’re just like you and me.