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This Mom Accidentally Voice-to-Texted Herself Changing a Diaper and the Transcript Is Incredible

"We have a poop uhoh poop poop poop poop poop poop. We have a poop poop poop..."

Being a parent means that you often find yourself in humiliating situations because of your children. If we’re lucky, some of those situations end up on the internet, providing endless laughs to anyone who stumbled upon it. Case-in-point: this mom who accidentally voice texted a diaper change while commenting on a Reddit thread.

After a Reddit user ranted about a rude coworker on the r/BabyBumps subreddit, user Myshkinia responded to share her similar experience. However, things took a turn when her son needed a diaper change and she had to switch into mom mode…and forgot to switch off her voice-to-text feature. The comments start off normally with “My pregnancy and child have brought up a ton of horrible…” but quickly descends into mom-speak “…do we have a poop uhoh poop poop poop poop poop poop. We have a poop poop poop…” This goes on for practically half a page, in which she says the word “poop” no less than 40 times.

She later realized what happened and followed it up with: “Jesus Christ..accidental talk to text during a diaper change. I have to get him down. I’ll finish this comment in a bit!”

The replies to the thread are just as entertaining and are mostly parents who can relate to Myshkinia’s accident. “I was so confused by this comment and then I saw your follow-up comment,” one user wrote. “This has made my day. Mom life for sure. You should keep this forever.” “If anybody needs to know what motherhood is like, this is it. In a nutshell. Perfect,” said another.

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