Jon added that Pieter is not scared to date in the current climate and that his mom "made it up".
Still, it's nice to see that rather everyone taking this latest tweet personally and getting angry about it, the general consensus has been to laugh at its ridiculousness. He graduated #1 in THE SOLAR SYSTEM.
'He was awarded the USO (United Service Organizations) award. He was #1 in [the US Navy's technical school].
It's a sentiment the proud mother clearly agrees with, saying her "gentleman" son "won't go on solo dates due to the current climate". Well, let's just say that Pieter Hanson - after seeing what his mother posted onto Twitter this past weekend - is maybe having having second thoughts about that sentiment.
"It doesn't represent me at all", said Hanson, who is studying entrepreneurship with plans to open his own brewery. "I love my mom to death, but boy.I'm still trying to wrap my head around all this". "I still love her".
Instead of dying from embarrassment, the woman's son, Pieter Hanson, chose to join Twitter on Tuesday (October 9) and turn a negative into a positive - and correct some inaccuracies in his mum's post at the same time.
A "little silly" maybe but the parodies soon appeared, with everyone's favourite pop star/meme icon Rick Astley becoming one of the most popular recreations.
By Monday, BlueStarNavyMom3's tweet had become a meme.
"This is MY son". He respects women and has a keen sixth sense. "It won't go on dates with girls because it's a giant mass of incandescent gas and therefore too hot to handle".
Hanson's Mom had posted a Tweet using a photo of him with a message including the hashtag #HimToo, and it was quickly going viral.
"That was my Mom". I respect and #BelieveWomen, ' Hanson tweeted.
"I've been working for years to support the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society", he said.
In the photo, Pieter, a Navy vet and University of Central Florida student, is dressed in his white Navy uniform, with one foot propped up on a bench. "Also, Twitter, your meme game is on point", wrote Hanson's tweet. "Your father, brother, husband, son, friend or neighbor may have his life ruined by an uncorroborated, unsubstantiated sexual assault allegation".
The Senate eventually voted to confirm Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
He used his first tweet to qualify his beliefs when it comes to the #metoo and #HimToo movements.