Sometimes brothers can be absolute nightmares thinking they are funnier, smarter and wittier than their sisters.
Although the majority of them are wrong in thinking this, we have to give it to 14-year-old Andy Barrera who made us laugh with his brilliantly savage response to his sister’s Snapchat selfie.
Seriously, it is so simple yet devastatingly effective!
While 19-year-old Stephanie from Texas was enjoying a relaxing night in with a face mask, she decided to post a cheeky selfie writing ‘face times make me 10x hotter’.
What she didn’t expect was her brother to respond saying ’10 times 0 is still 0’… Stephanie may still be required to apply ice to that burn.
Stephanie told UNILAD she was shocked when she opened his reply:
I put the snap onto my Snapchat story one night while trying to get stuff done for school because I love face masks and don’t get to do them too often. I didn’t think my brother would come up with such a smart remark!
When Andy replied I was talking to my roommate and just stared at my phone in shock. I wanted to laugh but I was kind of at a loss for words because even I knew that was a pretty sick burn.
But as Stephanie added, she shouldn’t have expected anything less from her brother:
He’s kind of a wild card and he’s always got something smart to say.
Andy is always trying to find a way to make people laugh, even if it comes to cracking jokes about his siblings.
There’s seven of us so he has lots of room for jokes. I think out of all of us he’s the biggest joker.
I would love to see what else Andy gets up to!
Eventually, seeing the funny side to Andy’s response after getting over the initial shock, Stephanie shared some screenshots of the conversation to Twitter.
My little brother just dragged the f*** outta me.
Which is exactly what Andy did to her!
People loved Andy’s ruthlessness meaning, in true 21st century fashion, the tweet went viral receiving over 180,000 likes at time of writing (June 6).
Stephanie couldn’t believe it when the tweet blew up but unfortunately thinks it has got to her brother’s head.
I thought it would make a few people laugh hence I shared it. When I went to sleep the first night it had around 70 likes which I thought was pretty cool.
But within the next few days it just blew up and I had to turn off my Twitter notifications because my phone wouldn’t stop going off! Someone even made a little comic inspired by my tweet which I thought was pretty cool.
My brother thinks he’s famous now and it’s been something we can laugh about! I didn’t think something my little brother said would be so relatable or funny to where it blows up like it did.
Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.