The internet is a weird, weird place where anything can happen.
For instance, a complete stranger might remind you of something random that you put online a long time ago. For instance, @_ZeeTaughtMe tweeted something pretty nonchalant back in the heady days of Obama's first term:
We get no context for this request. Why seven years? How old was she in 2011? What was happening in the meantime? Why no kids? And did she really expect anyone to hang on to this information for that amount of time?
So many questions left unresolved. And yet, we get resolution on a grand scale in the form of a tiny joke with an incredibly long sense of timing.
Come on, now. With a time frame that vast, something was bound to change. And, if you can imagine this:
Too late my daughter is about to be one next month 🤦🏾♀️— itsneishabby (@_ZeeTaughtMe) March 21, 2018
A-yup. People grow up, including itty bitty babies that might've never been if we were all held to our vows.
Does @DougExeter even know @_ZeeTaughtMe? Would it be less weird if he did?
Naturally, there were questions.
Though the responses were less illuminating.
Using time as a twitter joke-building device is not without precedent, but sheesh, who plans like this?
We're sure baby Zee will one day get to admonish her mom for asking the internet to prevent her. What a strange world we inhabit.