American rapper DMX’s song “Party Up (Up in Here)” includes the familiar lyrics of “Y’all gon’ make me lose my mind/Up in here, up in here.”
Many of us may have jammed out to this popular song when we were younger.
The hit song inspired the creation of a humorous t-shirt design for moms.
KC Godwin, a mom from Montgomery, was wearing the shirt with the above lyrics to which every mom can likely relate at some point during various parenting challenges.
I think moms can especially relate to the lyrics when her child has just made a huge mess. KC recently found that one of her children had gotten into a package of activated charcoal.
A video of the resulting mess her child made wasn’t the one to go viral.
It was the mess this mother made with the same product later on that will have you laughing as much as she and her husband, JW Godwin, were.
Using activated charcoal to whiten teeth has been trending on social media. KC wanted to try it herself so she ordered charcoal powder teeth whitener.
The product may whiten teeth, but the powder is black, making any slight spill very noticeable.
On a Wednesday night, this mother went to their upstairs bathroom to try on her new shirt and use the activated charcoal.
KC screamed to her husband downstairs that there had been an accident. Fortunately, this accident was not serious in nature, but it was seriously funny.
As he ran upstairs, he heard her laughing so he turned on his cell phone camera. He had a feeling based on her scream and then laughter that it would be worth recording.
JW asked, “You want to tell me what happened?” Through tears and laughter, KC explained that the activated charcoal exploded when she tried to open it.
Her face, hands, and new shirt were covered in the black mess of charcoal. The bathroom rug was even ruined.
This husband and wife had a good laugh over the incident and now have a message for all viewers of their now-viral video.
JW warned in the video caption, “Heed the warning on the side of the charcoal powder teeth whitener. It says, “Open with care.””
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