After the mother answered the phone, 15-year-old Twitter user used her fridge connected to Wi-Fi to launch the last tweet for her followers.
On August 4, a user who ran a fan account, Ariana Grande, called "Dorothy," wrote on Twitter that her mother took her phone and it was good-bye. But the tweet caught attention when users noticed that the tweet was sent via the image sharing feature of the Nintendo 3DS gaming console.
Dorothy told New York Mag that her mother took her electronics when she scattered on YouTube while cooking rice, and the "stove burst into flames."
The latest Twitter update includes a feature that allows users to see what device was used to send a specific tweet. Usually, most tweets indicate that they were sent from an Apple device, Android device or a web browser. However, Twitter claims that this may also include third parties who can access Twitter through other applications.
Just over 10 minutes after the first tweet, the account tweeted again, allegedly written by Dorothy's mother, claiming that she had discovered that her daughter was tweeting from the Nintendo device and the entire account would be deleted.
Of course it wasn't – Dorota told NY Mag that her mother was "not good at technology" and couldn't figure out how to delete an account.
Looking for new ways to send tweets to their followers, the account began to write posts via the Wii U game console – one was a comprehensive note written using the notes feature in the Minecraft video game, and the other was a screenshot of Mia looked like Ariana Grande – and then again 3DS. Each of the tweets on gaming devices contained automatic hashtags from the applications from which they were sent.
As an option, the account tweeted two days later: "I don't know if it will be a tweet, I'm talking to my fridge, what the hell," we read.
Tweet Source? LG smart fridge. "My mother uses it to rewrite Google for baked goods, so I just searched for Twitter," said NY Mag.
The high-end fridge, with retail sales ranging from USD 4,000 to 5,000 in Canada, is part of a new trend in smart home appliances with Wi-Fi function. Samsung offers a fridge that will allow you to order a ride in Uber.
A tweet from the Dorothy fridge became popular, gained over 16,000 retweets, and triggered the hashtag #FreeDorothy, and other companies jokingly advocated its freedom.
When the "Guard" asked Dorota how long she would be grounded on the trick, she didn't answer.