A viral WhatsApp conversation, between a single mom and the swimming instructor, has set the internet on fire.
From demands to threats, this mom has tried everything just to bully the swimming teacher. This viral conversation will tell you how hard it is to do good for someone.
So, what exactly happened?
Uploaded by a Reddit user u/pretent_its_witty, it’s her personal story showing how hard it is to do good for anyone.
The user u/pretent_its_witty, is from Southern India and works as a teacher, which is itself a good deed. But in order to do more good, she often gives swimming lessons to other kids for free, even though she was offered money by the moms.
But, recently she had a WhatsApp conversation with this epic mother of the year. On her Reddit thread, she wrote “I teach swimming to kids for free even though I was offered money. Mombie demands that I have to teach her son exclusively. And to give her the money offered as I don’t need it.”
Right from the start of their converse, the lady demanded to give her son exclusive swimming lesson, even though she knows that the teacher is providing all these lessons for free. That’s not it. The lady then demanded to change the timing according to her son’s comfort.
From this viral WhatsApp conversation, it is clear that this single mom doesn’t have any shame.
She later proved it by asking the teacher to start taking money from all the other parents and then give it all to her because the teacher doesn’t really need it. As she is a single mom, she also tried to play her sympathy card. But I bet this single mom doesn’t know how low she has stooped.
After reading their viral WhatsApp conversation, the readers are dying with laughter and feeling sorry for the swimming instructor. Read their conversation yourself:
When you are willing to help others, giving them your time without asking for anything in return, no favor, no money, nothing, the least you are expecting is for people to be demanding. But after reading their conversation, it is clear that this single mom doesn’t deserve any respect from the swimming teacher.