Have you ever had your birthday mistaken for a day that you weren’t born? Were you born on the 10th and still get birthday wishes on the 9th or the 11th … from people who genuinely think that that is your birthday?
Denver Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried understands your frustration.
I BEEN IN THE LEAGUE FOR 4 BIRTHDAYS NOW & PEOPLE STILL THINK MY MOTHER BIRTHED ME ON THE 18th!! pic.twitter.com/IBzI5FE2Qu
— Kenneth Faried (@KennethFaried35) November 18, 2014
Faried was actually born on November 19th, so he will celebrate his 25th birthday Wednesday of this week. He received an early birthday Tweet from NBA Argentina lauding his accomplishment in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.
— NBAArgentina (@NBAArgentina) November 18, 2014
Apparently, Faried may have misinterpreted the Spanish well wishes.
“Mañana” means tomorrow. Clearly the social media department of the league’s Argentinian division was just getting a jump on the rest of us.
Faried, however, felt the need to apologize.
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