Would you be less likely to waste money if you had to look at your own disapproving face every time you did it?
Twitter user @roasted_weenie posted pictures of her dad’s new credit card. The company asked if he wanted to add a photo, and he assumed that it would be used for a tiny box in the corner of the card for preventing fraud.
His new card will probably deter identity theft, but not in the way he expected.
Instead of receiving a normal card, @roasted_weenie’s dad got a card with an uncomfortable close-up of his own face. Everything about the card, from his deadpanned gaze to the slightly raised left eyebrow, makes this card a masterpiece.
“HE PLAYED HIMSELF BRUH,” @roasted_weenie tweeted.
So my dad got a new credit card and they asked him if he wanted a picture on it so he thought it was gonna be a tiny picture of him like the previous card he had so he sent them a picture of him and then…
HE PLAYED HIMSELF BRUH! pic.twitter.com/6tNoYdbrZL
— Bby cakes (@roasted_weenie) September 10, 2018
Although @roasted_weenie and her mom thought it was hilarious
He’s not the only one who’s made that mistake.
Is it really that bad if he never has to worry about a stolen card again?
Granted, he might end up traumatizing some poor cashier.
At least he’ll never have to show proof of ID.