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Worland - A classified ad placed in a Wyoming newspaper by a mother seeking to teach her son a lesson has gone viral through social networking outlets.
A Worland, Wyoming mother placed a classified ad in the Northern Wyoming Daily Newspaper, advertising a truck for sale. In the ad, which appeared in the newspaper on Wednesday, the mother states:
"VERY mad mother selling 16 yr. old son’s 1993 Ford Ranger. Drove 3 mos. before son forgot to use his brain and got caught driving drunk."
She concludes by saying:
"Call meanest mother in Wyoming"
A photo of the ad is making the rounds on Facebook, receiving 116,509 likes in just 19 hours. The pictures was also added to the MyCountry995.com website, where it has already received more than 1,000 likes and 182 comments.
The mother's son may think she is the meanest mom in the world, but she is getting much support from those who have heard of the classified ad.
Carole Susan Whelihan said: "Probably the smartest Mom in Wyoming. You go girl"
while Helen Osterman reacted by saying:
"Good for her! Too bad there aren't more good, concerned and loving mothers like her around!"
Kerry Evens reminds the young man that he is lucky to have a mother more worried about his safety than about being his friend, saying:
"A mother after my own heart!! Her son is lucky to have such a mom!!"
A angry mother placed a classified ad  selling her son s truck after he was caught driving drunk.
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A angry mother placed a classified ad, selling her son's truck after he was caught driving drunk.
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