We all make innocent mistakes sometimes.

Whether it’s because we don’t know any better or we’re simply having an off day, harmless misunderstandings are a totally normal and natural thing.

I’ve had plenty of experiences in which I made a silly (or, in retrospect, stupid) mistake. While it was never the end of the world, I remember wanting to forget about each particular moment as quickly as possible — and I still cringe a little bit looking back on some of my more ridiculous goofs.

But one young woman took her self-described “blonde moment” and turned it into a hilarious viral story that people all over the world can relate to.

Alyssa Stringfellow’s car insurance saga was recently shared by Love What Matters, and people seriously can’t stop laughing at her hilarious mistake.

Scroll through to read all about Alyssa’s funny misunderstanding!

Thumbnail Photo: Facebook / Alyssa Stringfellow

[H/T: Daily Mail]

 Facebook / Alyssa Stringfellow

Alyssa Stringfellow is a teacher from Little Rock, Arkansas.

On November 2, 2017, Alyssa shared the story of a funny mistake she made when she was in the process of being added to her grandma’s car insurance policy.

The story quickly went viral, with over 19,000 shares on the original post at last count.

 Facebook / Love What Matters

Alyssa’s post was picked up by Love What Matters a few days later, where it reached even more people.

In the totally candid post, Alyssa writes:

I have been debating on whether or not to post this all day because it is PRETTY embarrassing to admit, but I have decided to go ahead and share my really, really… REALLY blonde moment with you guys. Hopefully you’ll get a good laugh out of it once I’m done!

SO, here we go. Grab your popcorn, because it’s story time.

 Facebook / Alyssa Stringfellow

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.

Photo: Little Things