PHOTOS: Mom Walks In On Son And His Boyfriend, Has Awesomest Response


PHOTO: Nineteen-year-old Tumblr member lampsarepeopletoo posted the above photo on his feed, with the message “My mom walked in on my boyfriend and i naked and then five minutes later she slipped this note under my door.”

Hmm, was mama buzzed from the brownies—or did she perhaps have herself a nice box of wine after seeing her son in the altogether with his cute beau?

The followup post was even more precious:


“My mom responded to the situation by buying me a door knob with a lock on it—best parental reaction or best parental reaction?”

You better do right on Mother’s Day, son.

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  • Fael

    Seems fake…

  • fagburn

    In-no-way is this a hoax.
    Another winner for Queerty!!!

  • dkmagby

    Best reaction to that situation. Probably followed up with some safe sex talk a few days later with a lot of humility.

  • Rick

    All I can say is that lampsarepeopletoo and his BF better do something nice for his awesome mom real soon!! He’s lucky to have her.

  • Eric Auerbach

    Dude … move the fuck out of your parents’ house.

  • JDJase

    @Eric Auerbach: he’s a teenager you tard

  • bridge2nowhere

    Wow. Nineteen sure doesn’t look like it used to

  • Mitchell

    Bravo to your mom, that shows what a wonderful woman she is and how lucky you are. But have to ask how it is u didn’t run and and talk to her before she had time to write a note?

  • viveutvivas

    They look suitably horrified.

  • Dixie Rect

    This is so ridiculously fake. That guy is 19? Not with all those lines on his forehead. I call shenanigans on all of it.

  • Caleb in SC

    @Dixie Rect: For those of us who are NOT Botox Queens, that is called “furrowing one’s brow.” It is generally viewed as an expression of surprise. Nevertheless, you and your ilk, the estrogen rockets, know nothing of this. Me-the-fucking-ow, Princess. You are owned.

  • hotshot70

    this “19 year old” is gonna need botox before 21!

  • Joel J

    How about a DO NOT DISTURB sign now that his mother knows the score? Can’t anyone see the humor in this story? Look at the expressions on their faces. Looks like a good match to me.

  • Cee

    Another fake story about a parent writing their gay child a stupid note.
    This is the 3rd or 4th one I’ve read this month.

  • Teleny

    I think it’s kind of gross to be laying up with someone in your parent’s house. Can’t kids these days use the woods?

  • fagburn

    @Cee: @Cee: Be interested to know why Queerty reprint these fairy stories?
    Especially as this one was a clear satire on the others…

  • Dixie Rect

    @Caleb in SC: I know a lot baby. Get a clue, he’s at least 30. Now, you are ‘owned’! hehehehe

  • robho3

    Wish my parents responded that way. He’s a lucky guy.

  • Gigi Gee

    This made me happy. And I’m not easily pleased.

  • lampsarepeopletoo

    dude wtf this is not fake. i am lampsarepeopletoo the tumblr user who made this post and YEAH im 19 and YEAH my mom wrote it. i will make a follow up video to confirm this is all true GET READY KIDS

  • fagburn

    @lampsarepeopletoo: You show em bro.
    Time to put all these doubters in their place!!!

    Yours in lamps, Fagburn


  • Fidelio

    I call bullshit. And why does he have t-shirt as a curtain?

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  • Taylor

    Hey, the boyfriend is and his name is Clayton, not “beau”! Plus he’s single and ready to mingle.

  • hyhybt

    Most parents would react worse than that even walking in on their son with a girl, unless they knew already. What has me curious is the doorknob: don’t pretty much all bedrooms, at least in houses recent enough to take current-standard doorknobs, have locks already?

  • Ferallove

    Awwwwwwww Love it new Tumblr member to follow and his beau is cute lol

  • jaack

    Cool Mom, but guys really,no lock on door,or no chair nor furniture against door!

    Get an apartment. Clean out basement, separate entrance & make it your space to come and go. AND PAY RENT if you want your privacy.

  • Brown Gay Al

    LOL at the comments for paying rent. With all the stupid loans they will take to graduate in liberal arts and being able to be on mom’s insurance for as long as possible you will find today’s teens living in mom’s basement for much longer.

  • RevJim

    Um, why is this mother walking into the bedroom of her adult son? And why is a grown man fornicating in his parent’s house? You people have bizarre relationships with your parents. No matter how “ok” you say it is, it ISN’T. It’s sick.
    If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it.

  • Derek Williams

    @RevJim: When my sister and her husband stay at our parents’ house, they share a double bed in the guest room. That is not fornicating. What’s more their relationship with our parents is warm and supportive, not “sick” in any way.

    In the case of this story, it is pretty obvious the mother walked in to her son’s room not expecting to find him there with another man. Had she realised, she would never have done so, and what’s more after what occurred, I am confident their privacy will be assured henceforth.

  • Geert

    @Mitchell: If he was naked with his boyfriend, running naked after his mom (in what state was he?) could have proven more embarrassing than the first part….

  • jaack

    If mom walked in on boy DOING a Female it would be OK? Doulble standards have existed against gays for ages.

  • Charli Girl

    Is mom single? Bahhahahhahahha

  • dwndckd

    If you are “old” enough to “fuck” in your parent’s house– then you are “old” enough to move the “fuck” out and get your own place! This is what I told my 18 year old son, when I caught him with his girlfriend….A month later, he had his own place….

  • dwndckd

    @jaack: “If mom walked in on boy DOING a Female it would be OK? Double standards have existed against gays for ages.” Bullshit! It all depends on how far the parents will go to accommodate the child/kid (young adult). You need to read my previous posting… I tend not to use my heterosexuality as a “crutch.” Likewise, I only ask the same of other adults (regardless of sexual orientation).

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