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Twitch streamer left red-faced after accidentally cussing his mother

Published: 25/Oct/2019 0:55 Updated: 25/Oct/2019 8:30

by Isaac McIntyre

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Apex Legends streamer Mitchell ‘Bird’ Guernica was left red-faced after swearing at a message in his Twitch chat calling him out on his foul language, only to realize it was his mother on a newly created account.

The Spacestation Gaming pro was grinding out matches in Apex Legends when he dropped some foul language, which most of his chat was used to. There was one new fan, however, that seemed to take offense to Guernica’s cussing.

“Hi Bird, Mother Hen here, watch our language,” the message from new user ‘winetime1965’ read, and as soon as the Twitch streamer read the request he fired back a retort that clearly showed he wasn’t going to be taking the advice: “The f***? F*** you.”

The gears seemed to begin whirring in the Spacestation Gaming star’s head as soon as he hit back, however, and after a moment of silence, as well as a proper read of the account’s name, the pieces of the puzzle fell into place.


“Oh wait, are you my mom?” he said as the realization dawned on him. “Wait, your name is winetime1965, wait I think that’s my mom. Are you actually my mom?”

The streamer sounded sheepish as he backtracked on his quick clap-back to the first message, trying to apologize for his hilarious mistake as his mother watched on in chat.

“I’m sorry, I didn’t mean that. That actually makes sense, it sounds like a name you would make. Oh, f***, I’m sorry mother,” Bird said, sounding red-faced after cussing his own mom.


The Apex star quickly realised he should try to win back some favor with his mom, who he had just swore at multiple times, and dropped a parting message: “I love you! I love you, mom. How is your day going? I’m so sorry, s***. You’ve gotta warn me first!”

Luckily for Bird, his mom seemed happy enough with his apology, despite the swear words still layered throughout, and said that she still loved him.

As she left, she dropped one last message as only a mother can, encouraging the Apex pro to “go get some kills” as he continued his stream, an objective the Spacestation star promised he’d deliver on. It’s the least he could do considering he’d left her so offended.

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Former Vine star reveals truth behind iconic “Adam” meme

Published: 26/Nov/2020 15:25

by Alice Hearing

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Former Vine star Patrick Perkins has cleared up a myth about an iconic meme years after it first took the internet by storm.

While Vine shuffled its mortal coil in 2016, many of its biggest stars have carried on with short-form comedy on YouTube and now TikTok, including Lele Pons, Liza Koshy, and David Dobrik.

Even now, these short clip compilations still get millions of views on YouTube, and there are still multiple Instagram and Twitter accounts dedicated to them. Several vines have carried on their internet life as memes or gifs and have even been pasted onto merchandise.

The vine in question shows a blonde teenager in glasses blowing a smoke circle using a vape on a desk when the person carrying the camera blows it away. The teen turns to the camera and exasperatedly says “Adam!.”

Adam Perkins and Patrick Perkins Vine stars
Instagram: adam___perkins
Adam and Patrick starred in several iconic vines.

Now the star himself has come onto TikTok to confirm some lore surrounding him and his twin brother, which has baffled thousands who never knew the truth.

Another iconic and highly quotable vine involving one of the twins shows them walking into his bathroom in just a pair of boxers saying: “Hi, welcome to chillis.” In another, one of the twins begs viewers to stop comparing him to Chicken Little.

To most people, they look like the exact same person.

However, Patrick has explained in a viral TikTok that they’re actually identical twins. Patrick was the star of the vape video, while the other twin is Adam and the star of the Chilli’s vine. He also showed a picture of them together “since a lot of people don’t believe that there are actually two of us.”

Patrick also posted the video to Twitter and users were bowled over by the new information. One person wrote, “I feel like a different person for knowing this,” while another added, “world-shattering revelations are sometimes just small clarifications I guess.”

In less than 24 hours, Patrick’s tweet has amassed 4,000 likes and continues to grow, bringing back a sense of nostalgia for many and clearing up a long-standing internet myth.