Contrary to popular opinion, no, chivalry isn’t dead yet. One little boy from Christchurch in Dorset has made the internet swoon for showing everyone how to be a fine gentleman.
When Freddie Gibson, 5 years old, bugged his parents what a ‘date’ is – and after they took the time to explain it to him – he decided he wanted to go out with Dee Dee, his “best friend in the whole world.”
And he wanted everything to be perfect for their first date.
His first step was to send Dee Dee an invitation, asking her out for a date once she turned five, too.
5-year-old Freddie Gison took Dee Dee, his ‘best friend in the whole world,’ out on their first date.
Then came the real deal – Freddie started saving up his birthday money so he can pay for their meal. The romantic boy even got a new wallet where he can keep the cash.
Nina, his mom, was also part of the plan. He wanted to give Dee Dee some flowers so he asked her to make a mini bouquet. She was also there at the actual date so she can help them read the menu.
“Katy (Jones, Dee Dee’s mother) and I have known each other since our antenatal classes and the children have always had an incredibly close friendship.
“Freddie had been talking about asking Dee Dee on a ‘date’ for a while, so as they’re both huge Pizza Express fans it seemed like the obvious place for them to go.
“It was just the cutest trip out ever and it was so wonderful to see them have such a great time.”
Freddie saved up his birthday money and took her to Pizza Express where the staff prepared some ice cream filled with hearts.
The restaurant staff also took the time to give the adorable young ‘couple’ a dessert decorated with hearts.
“I’d like to take Dee Dee on another date because she’s beautiful,” said Freddie.
“Dee Dee is my best friend in the whole world and I loved our date. I’d like to take Dee Dee on another date because she’s beautiful.”
Dee Dee, on the other hand, said:
“I really enjoyed going on a date with Freddie – especially the hearts on our ice cream!”
“It was just the cutest trip out ever and it was so wonderful to see them have such a great time,” said Freddie’s mom.
Meanwhile, Katy commented:
“It really was the funniest thing, an invite in the post (once Dee Dee had reached the respectable age of 5), a tiny bouquet of flowers, a table for two by the window!
“They are polar opposites in personality but really are very fond of each other, Dee Dee has even picked out her wedding dress from the local boutique!”
Looks like these kids have a more colorful romantic life than you do.
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Despite being polio-stricken, this guy isn’t letting anything stop him from achieving his dreams.
It's always uplifting to hear stories about people persisting with their goals, despite the difficulties.
Jay Calivoso, a 40-year-old man from the Philippines, is such a fine example of determination.
Granted he has just started the first steps towards achieving his dreams, it is undeniably inspiring that he took the steps in the first place.
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Know your self worth no matter what your size is.
Sometimes, our flaws and insecurities get the best of us and we end up being stuck in mediocrity. We restrict ourselves from reaching our dreams because we think we are not good enough. But we are, we just have to figure it out ourselves and know our worth as a person.
Despite the strong discrimination against plus-size women, more and more people are taking a stand against bullies and making a difference. In a Facebook video she recently uploaded, plus-size yoga teacher Dana Falsetti slams body image stereotypes with an inspiring and powerful message about how 'all sizes matter.'
The 22-year-old yogi shatters the slim body that some athleisure brands boast.
This Woman’s Amazing Transformation Is Our New ‘Fitspiration.’
This is GOALS.
There is so much weight stigma that obese individuals face on a daily basis and such issue is still prevalent today. Most of them continue to be victims of bullying and biased judgment. But they,
too have their fair share of struggles and inspiring stories to tell.
Laura Micetich, a 25-year-old teacher from Jackson, Tennessee continues to defy the odds when she made an astounding transformation. Dubbed as the 'Iron Giantess,' Laura left many people in awe after shedding a staggering 115 pounds through weight lifting. Two years after hitting gym, the 6-foot-tall brunette looked entirely different that others were skeptical about her extreme weight loss--thinking she might have taken weight loss pills or undergone surgery. But she gracefully shut down body shamers with sheer positivity.
"As a kid, people always called me giant, in a positive way, so when I started lifting weights, I embraced the moniker. It was a symbol to me of taking what I already was and making it strong."
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