Auntie becomes overly concerned at teenage niece’s ‘sad face’ emoji status update

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A middle-aged auntie from Milton Keynes has became far too concerned for the welfare of her teenage niece after seeing her simply post a sad face emoji on Facebook.

Joanne Clarke, 48, became overly concerned for her 14-year-old niece, Stacey Thomas’s welfare posting underneath: “Everything OK babe?”

“Call me if you need me.”

15 minutes later, Joanne added, “Just spoke to your mum, she said she didn’t think anything was wrong.”

Stacey said: “Why can’t I just express mild annoyance at life without my older female relatives thinking I’m fucking suicidal?”

“And also, do they genuinely think I’m going to talk about any problems that I might have on my timeline where anyone could read it?”

Stacey then decided to delete the ‘sad face’, which led to her auntie messaging her a further 26 times “just to make sure she was definitely OK.”

Stacey added: “I’d be a lot better if she stopped sending me these fucking messages.”

Adam Baird

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