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Boy Saves All His Birthday Money To Surprise Dad





Sometimes people just don’t have the time to go out and buy a present for someone. Instead, they just send money, so the celebrant can instead decide to buy the stuff that they want for their birthday.

However, one boy didn’t use his birthday money to get himself some toys, gadgets, shirts, or a pair of sneakers for himself because he had a better idea in mind. The 11-year-old boy saved up all his birthday money so he could buy his dad a nice gift.

Aside from their birthdays, Christmas is undoubtedly every kid’s favorite occasion. Waking up to a pile of presents with your name on them will always be the best part about Christmas.

But for the parents, they are just there to witness their children ripping open their gifts and seeing the smiles on their faces when they got what they have wanted for a long time.

But this story is entirely different because instead of the kid getting a fantastic gift for Christmas, it was the dad. The touching moment was caught on video and has millions of views on YouTube.

The kid’s uncle, Jimmy Penna, took to YouTube to share the sweet moment.

The description read:

“The kid in the video is my nephew. He saved his birthday money to buy his dad (my brother-in-law) a PS4 for Christmas. His mom (my Sister) filmed this. She went vertical for a cinematic effect.

My nephew is the most selfless person I know and did this genuinely to make his dad happy. He does stuff like this all the time.”

The comment section, however, had some unnecessary negative reactions from netizens.

Some of the comments read:

“We all know who that gift is REALLY for.”

“If Dad won’t buy me a PS4 then I’ll just save up for Christmas, buy one, and say it’s for him.”

“So son gets money from parents to buy dad a present. So dad bought himself the ps4.”

Whether the PS4 is really for the dad or not, the main point here is that the son made his dad happy, and that’s all that matters.

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