This Grandma Texted the Wrong Number and Now She Has Extra Guests for Thanksgiving

This grandma sent out a text to the wrong teenager about Thanksgiving plans, but invited him and his family over anyway
She was innocently trying to make plans with her family and now her phone faux pas went viral.

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She was innocently trying to make plans with her family and now her phone faux pas went viral.

A tech-savvy grandma in the Phoenix area has made the internet explode with her accidental Thanksgiving cheer.

High school senior Jamal Hinton was in class when he got a text from an unrecognized number. It said, “Thanksgiving dinner is at my house on Nov. 24 at 3:00pm. Let me know if you’re coming. Hope to see you all. Of course that includes Amanda & Justin.”

Confused, Hinton asked, “Who’s this?” The woman, Wanda Delch, replied with a grandmother emoji and said, “Your grandma!”

She was innocently trying to make plans with her family and now her phone faux pas went viral.

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Hinton asked for a selfie, and when he realized that this woman was, in fact, not his grandmother, sent back his own selfie saying, “You not my grandma! Can I still get a plate though?”

She was innocently trying to make plans with her family and now her phone faux pas went viral.

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Surprisingly, Delch was more than happy to extend the invitation, “You sure can. That’s what Grandmas are for!” she responded.

The two met up this week and are making plans to join both families together for Thanksgiving.

“She was really nice!” Hinton told The Huffington Post. “A very funny, sweet lady.”

He said he plans on bringing pumpkin pie.

"I've got to figure out how big a turkey I need for 20 people," Delch told NBC.

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