You hear the word “innovation” a lot in tech, and half the time, it’s never really that absorbing or even innovative. But last week, for the first time, I was addled by the tech that is a LG Smart Refrigerator and the innovation of one Ariana Grande cheep fan account, @thankunext327.

For today’s teens, having your mom accroach all your tech must feel close to the end of the world. While some kids would simply look for their confiscated phone in their parents’ bedchamber or their mom’s bag, this able teen did what any future genius would do  tweet from her family’s smart fridge.

The 15-year-old in question, going by the name of “Dorothy” on Twitter, had her phone taken away from her after she got absent while affable and lit her house on fire, according to The Guardian. But she managed to find other ways to keep her followers updated, including tweeting from her Nintendo 3DS game animate claiming she’s abrogation forever. 

Because moms know what their kid is going to do before they even do it, she confiscated the Nintendo and let her daughter’s followers know the annual “will be shut down now.”

It didn’t stop there. Dorothy went on to use her Wii U to post a ardent bulletin to her followers, thanking them for their connected abutment and love during these trying times. 

There was simply no endlessly Dorothy:

By this time, #FreeDorothy was trending on Twitter, and after just over an hour of analytic for her confiscated tech devices, Dorothy found her DS… which her mom then took away again  arch her to tweet from the refrigerator:

She has connected to tweet from the fridge, thanking her bags of followers for the support. 

Dorothy’s animation and adeptness gives me hope for the future. The kids are alright.

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