That your bosses are your parents can be beneficial for some things, and not so much for others. Like, for example, vacations. And it is that there are certain opinions that those who brought you into the world might not like at all.
That is what the children of Alfonso Arús and Angie Cárdenas, Hans and Tatiana, will think, who daily share the screen with their parents in the morning Aruseros, on La Sexta. In this case, the smallest of the Arús made clear his enthusiasm for the new WhatsApp functionality, which allows conversations to be automatically archived in “vacation mode”. A celebration that his parents did not like at all and about which they have even thrown a good reproach at him.
The latest WhatsApp novelty in terms of functionality, the so-called "vacation mode", has sparked a small family schism in the Aruseros program, from La Sexta. It all happened when Hans Arús, the youngest of Alfonso Arús and Angie Cárdenas, applauded this new function of the famous application for the summer season.
“Basically, if your boss sends you a message, you don't see it. What you have to do is archive the chats, give the three dots and checkmarks that every time he sends you a message it doesn't appear on the home screen and that when you enter the app it doesn't show that he has sent you one. So, eyes that do not see, heart that does not feel, ”explained the young journalist.
This caused his parents to not hesitate to throw more than one dart at their young son, accompanied by the occasional reproach and slap on the wrist. "You are entering the world of work well...", Angie Cárdenas blurted out after Hans's explanation.
"I have bosses who are very respectful of the WhatsApp issue," Alfonso Arús began by responding. "But, you, who have a boss, which is me, will have no complaints because I have never sent any of you WhatsApp, so you don't have to put any kind of mode," he released something stung to silence his offspring .
When Tatiana and Hans alluded to "the boss", that is, her mother, as the person who does send WhatsApp, Arús made it clear that "I doubt that she sends them correctly, she could send them by mistake". To which at the table they answered that he does send them, but to say "I already made you the Bizum" or "buy eggplants".