Best Facebook update of all time, posted by a dad

Sometimes the internet surfaces something so completely delightful, we can forgive it for turning us into Googfacetubemail droids. This Facebook update, posted by a dad who came upon his son Chris's profile when the teenager forgot to log off, is just that thing. Here, Shine readers, for your viewing pleasure, the best Facebook update we've ever seen:
In case you can't read it: "To all of Chris' friends: This is his father. My son carelessly left his account logged in [sic] so I decided to snoop around. Upon reading my son's personal information, I would like to clear a few things up. My son is not a "gangsta," he will not "beat a ho's ass" and he will most certainly not "roll a fatty wit his boyz." So for all of those who think he is some hard ass thug, think again...he is Chris _____[redacted], a 15 year old kid that was afraid of the dark untill he was 12 and cried at the end of Marley and Me."

The message is hilarious, obviously, though as a mom (and therefore now forever on the wrong side of cool. Sigh) part of this joke also gives me pause. I hate to be a buzzkill, but....exposing a teenager's obvious personality contrivances and affectations, the 'face' they're putting on to hide deeper problems and insecurities, may feel satisfying in the moment, but it doesn't really seem like the way to help a kid. In fact, it seems alienating and mean. We have no idea if this message was followed up by a sound parenting moment or a great dad-to-son talk (and with talk of rolling fatties at 15, you know, we sort of hope it was) and if it was, well, then maybe this badass Facebook message worked. If not, well...won't Chris just find another forum to discuss being a gangsta and beating ho's butts? One that brings him even further away from his dad?

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