This is Lexi Rios. She's a 20-year-old college student from Philadelphia studying marketing.
On Thursday, Lexi's extended family had dinner, and when she arrived her Aunt Miguelina, who is from the Dominican Republic, had brought empanadas.
Except something was different about these empanadas: Lexi's aunt had used pastry stamps to label them, meaning you'd know exactly what you're getting ready to eat instead of leaving it all up to chance.
Lexi tweeted about the embossed empanadas later that night and people quickly started to lose their minds over the whole thing.
"Usually aunties just poke holes in the shape of a 'C' for chicken," Lexi told BuzzFeed News. "Some restaurants and bakeries have [done] it ... but I've never seen it before. And apparently neither have a lot of people."
Tens of thousands of people retweeted Lexi's tweet, with hundreds saying they couldn't wait to try something similar.
And Lexi's tweet also went viral on Instagram.
A few people from Argentina also pointed out that this is something that has been happening for some time.
"Most [people are] asking my family to adopt them, or how they can marry into my family," said Lexi. "But some people appreciate the communication at our dinner table."