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It’s so simple. But as with many things that the Internet gets a hold of, it took on a life of its own. A hilarious, twisted life.
“It’s less of a date and more like something fun to do with your classmates.”
“Once a man tried to explain an article to me. An article I wrote.”
“We don’t want them to be hungry, and not just because a hungry child can’t learn but because we care about them.”
“Your place as a fellow mom and a fellow woman is just to love and encourage her where she is.”
If you thought you couldn’t love Target any more, think again.
We’re guessing this definitely motivated Thomas to get those grades up.
“Brad’s wife loved chicken and dumplings. Now they make her sick since she was fired after 11 years of great customer service.”
Her viral photo is making parents think about how their child’s car seat would work in a crash.
“A 10-year-old in gray leggings. She looked normal and appropriate.”