Throughout the years of the internet, we’ve heard of fathers around the world giving their all to make their kids happy. Today, we’re going to add another dad to the list.
A father in Beijing, China went above and beyond to cheer his daughter up after her classmates teased her. Bao Guojian’s daughter Lele, who was seven years old at the time, was called a liar when she told her classmates that her dad is Iron Man. So what did the dad do to defend her daughter’s honor? He arrived at her school wearing a costume of the popular Avenger.
Bao is an avid Marvel fan and a talented prop maker. He said after watching “Iron Man in 2008, he decided to make his own version of Tony Stark’s very famous suit.
So technically, Lele wasn’t lying to her classmates when she claimed that her dad is Iron Man because she had probably seen him wearing the costume multiple times.
Bao revealed that he wore his homemade Iron Man suit to his daughter’s school because Lele went home one day and was clearly upset. When he asked her what happened, Lele said that she told her classmates he’s Iron Man and they didn’t believe her.
So he decided to suit up in his prized Mark 17 Iron Man suit and made his way to her kindergarten.
His initial plan was just to show the Iron Man suit to his daughter’s classmates, but many kids were so excited to see him that the headmaster halted classes for the entire day so that the children can take photos with Iron Man.
“My daughter was so happy on that day; she kept walking in front of me while holding my hand, telling everyone she saw that ‘this is my dad.’”
He said in an interview that it took him more than two years to make the costume, and the project cost 30,000 Chinese Yuan (US$4,460.00), but it was all worth it after bringing Lele’s pride back.
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Young Inventor Creates Smart Gloves That Translate Sign Language Into Speech
Sign-IO could make communication so much easier for the hearing impaired!
What's the coolest thing that you've done at the age of 25? A young inventor from Kenya has come up with an amazing device that will make communication much easier for the hearing impaired. His smart gloves can actually translate sign language into audio speech.
Roy Allela is a 25-year-old technology enthusiast from Kenya who came up with an awesome idea. In an effort to help his hearing-impaired niece communicate with her family who doesn't understand sign language, he came up with Sign-IO. The smart gloves can be hooked up to a phone via an app and amazingly processes each finger movement, translating it to audio.
Sign-IO is hooked up to an app that translates sign language into audio.
Man Plants 6,000 Trees To Honor Late Wife, His Secret Message Revealed 15 Years Later
Probably the sweetest thing you’ll read today.
Winston and Janet Howes had a relationship that most people could only dream of. It was love at first sight, and nothing could stop it. As the days of their relationship story passed, their love was becoming just stronger.
The couple married in 1962, moved into a quaint farm home in rural England and started working on building a family of their own. Shortly after moving to the wide open 112-acre fields of Wickwar, Gloucestershire, Janet gave birth to their son, and their life was truly a dream. Then the unthinkable happened.
Boy Saves All His Birthday Money To Surprise Dad
The son looked so proud!
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 will be the one to buy the stuff that they want for their birthday.
However, one boy didn’t use his birthday money to buy 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 gift.