MIDDLETOWN, CT – A horrified Jim Karuso ‘20 realized yesterday evening that the person he just wescammed was actually his mom. “I know I’m not the best at technology” the confused and terrified sophomore said when asked to comment, “but really this shouldn’t even be possible, right?”
Karuso accidentally clicked the wrong name while trying to wescam Molly Natchz ‘18, a student in his Techniques of Nonfiction class that he’d been crushing on since she first wrote a story about how tough it is to be hot and sexy. He typed ‘m-o’ and when he name appeared accidentally selected ‘mom’ instead. He didn’t realize his mistake until it was too late.
“I really don’t know what to do. What if she asks for a clue?” Karuso reported, before going on to wonder if this meant other people had been wescamming his mom all week. “I asked my friend Jake [Tappler ‘20] who he had wescammed, and he responded ‘your mom!’ and we high-fived. Was he being serious?”