If 'Aaron's Party' Happened In 2015, Here's How He'd Get His Parents Out

'Should I send them to a movie? Nah, send 'em to a show.'

In August 2000 Aaron Carter #blessed our elementary school selves with his single "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)." Over 15 years later (!!), the world -- OK, maybe just me -- can still remember and recite every line and every rhyme from the hit song.

"I said Mom, Dad, yo why ya sittin' home? It's a Friday night, have you seen Aunt Joan? And don't worry 'bout stayin' out too long. Don't fuss over me, I'll be fine alone," baby bro Carter raps.

To jog your memory, here's the classic music video featuring a preteen house party, a Macklemore-esque fur jacket and a broken lamp from France:

In the video, Carter shoos his parents out of their house in order to throw the party of the month year. Maybe Brendan, aka Reddit user nasshole, had something similar in mind when he stole his parents' phones and added some clever autocorrect shortcuts for the word "no."

Brendan group-texts his 'rents asking for their permission to throw down tomorrow night. When his mom responds no, her message autocorrects to "HELL YES." When his dad responds no, his text autocorrects to "WHERE THE BITCHES AT?" Confusion ensues.

Who's crankin' up the stereo like it's New Year's? Who's walkin' round the house like who's the man? Who's bustin' out the moves like it's MTV? Brendan is, so come get it. Hopefully he's not picked off his family tree.