Alyssa Stringfellow, a 25-year-old (high-key THICCC!) teacher from Little Rock has shared a particularly embarrassing “blonde moment” on social media.
Stringfellow posted to Facebook to share the time she sent photos of herself to a car insurance company rather than her vehicle.
According to Stringfellow, the insurance company asked her to take front and side profile photographs of her vehicle before her new insurance could be completed, however, she misunderstood and sent photos of herself to the insurer himself.
Once upon a very recent time, I decided it would be a good idea to be added to my memaw’s car insurance policy. Everyone knows you save money with multiple cars, and being single and young…my insurance is pretty high. So, I called memaw and asked her what she thought, and she preceded to call her insurance agent to find out what I needed to do to be added.
She called me back later that evening and said he would need my driver’s license number, my date of birth, and a picture straight on and a picture taken from each side. She gave me his email address and I emailed the information along with the pictures that night. Sometime midmorning the following day (today *hem hem*), I check my email and find THIS response:
“Hi Alyssa, I am going to need pictures like you just took, except it needs to be of your vehicle. :)” As you can see, I didn’t send pictures of my car…I sent him pictures of myself
You always hear about “blonde moments”, but I guess they’re more real then I could have ever imagined. Just imagine standing outside of your house, taking pictures of yourself to send to a random insurer. Only blondes.