This is 23-year-old Eric Griffin from Tacoma, Washington, and his mom. His mom lives in Seattle and attended a Seahawks game with a friend on Sunday.
She texted Griffin a "sweet little hustle" she figured out at the game. Basically, mom checked her StubHub app when she got there and realized they show you all the unpurchased floor seats — seats she happily volunteered to fill.
She also sent her son a photo of herself in her new seats. "I immediately started laughing," he told BuzzFeed News. "Not because she upgraded her seats, but because she sent a selfie along with it."
Griffin then shared his mom's texts on Twitter and it quickly went viral, with now over 11,000 retweets. Griffin joked that his mom was a "scammer" at the game.
And people agreed, hilariously referencing one famous "scammer" in particular.
Griffin's mom was also called a "hero," "idol," "genius," and "finesse queen."
Some folks pointed out that this hack is nothing new, but the fact that a mom pulled the move proves that moms stay knowing.
Griffin said his mom probably doesn't know who Joanne the Scammer is, but he finds the whole thing "hilarious."