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People Are Praising This Guy For His Amazing Clapback At His Mom's Request For Food

"Oh, how the tables have turned."

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However, like many parents, Ron's mom always used to reply to his requests for food with "You got food money?" So when his mom recently asked him to pick her up McDonald's, Ron got his sweet revenge.

Twitter: @Ronoo_

"Oh, how the tables have turned," he texted her. "You got McDonald's money?"

Ron said he thought the opportunity was too good to pass up to give his mom a taste of her own medicine.

"I thought to myself, This is the perfect time to live out every black kid's dream and ask their parent if they have McDonald's money," he said.

However, his mom had her own perfect response back. And yes, of course Ron still brought her McDonald's.

Twitter: @Ronoo_

"I got her two of the snack wraps and some fries," he said.

Ron added that his mom was a fan of the joke.

"She thought it was funny. She told me when she was sending the 'Boy fuck you' message she was laughing," he said.

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Ron decided to share the convo on Twitter, writing, "I've waited 23 years to tell my mom this." His tweet has been retweeted more than 90,000 times, and people think it is relatable AF.

I've waited 23 years to tell my mom this.

Other people are sharing their own parental revenge stories...with beautiful results.

@Ronoo_ @Tyshayla_x3 After 18 years I finally got my opportunity

Muhahahaha.

There's food at home, and Mom should really make a sandwich if she is hungry.

Other people are now hoping to pull the line on their own moms.

@Ronoo_ @hashtagsutton I'd give the rest of my life's earnings to have my mom ask me to get her something.

And parents are hoping their own kids will be this savage.

@Ronoo_ my daughter retweeted this. I am soooo tempted to ask her for McDonalds...just to see...

Of course, this is all in jest. And just like Ron's mom, every mom deserves a treat for all we have put them through.

@Ronoo_ @lovinnggf You should buy her mcdonalds regardless because she gave up her life to have you, boy

Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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