Body shaming is never a cool thing, whether it comes from a friend or, worse, from a total stranger. So when this guy’s girlfriend was ‘fat-shamed’ on Twitter, he immediately stepped in and did the right thing.
Talk about a knight in a shining armor! Tre Booker quickly came to rescue his dearly beloved Madison after someone left a rude comment on their high school prom photo which was shared on Twitter. Suffice it to say that Tre’s words made the entire internet swoon.
Tre and Madison were headed for the prom dance.
So they took some snapshots to capture the sweet moment and shared it on social media.
However, one Twitter user just had to ruin it all by commenting…
In response, Madison simply replied this way:
After sharing the exchange on Twitter, it went viral and many of Madison’s friends expressed support for her. The story even made it to BoredPanda and several other websites.
Most importantly, Tre took the time to express his love for his girlfriend.
The pair achieved viral fame as a result.
Numerous netizens have since praised Tre for his sweetness.
Meanwhile, others likewise commented how Madison looked stunning in her dress.
Clearly, the pair is ‘relationship goals’ indeed!
Kudos to you, Tre, for being such a fine gentleman. And to Madison, don’t listen to anyone. You look gorgeous just the way you are!
Also, it has to be said. For couples out there, whether you are young or not-so-young, I think we can all learn from this pair. They’re a good example of what it’s like to support each other not only in private but also in public when necessary. There’s really nothing wrong about beingan unabashed romantic anyway, right?
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Italian Beauty Queen Bares Disfigured Face Since Acid Attack Caused by Ex-Boyfriend.
This beautiful woman was attacked by her boyfriend by throwing acid on her face.
'Acid violence is a worldwide phenomenon that is not limited to any religion,color, race or national origin.' There are thousands of victims or patients of acid attack all over the world but as the numbers continue to grow, many such cases are still left unaccounted for. More victims of violent assault are too afraid to come forward, identify or even bring their perpetrators to justice because of fear, discrimination and psychological trauma.
But not Gessica Notaro. As posted by Shared, the 27-year-old Italian beauty queen has a promising life ahead of her and a thriving career as an aquatic worker. But everything took a bad turn when her relationship with then boyfriend Jorge Edson Tavares ended. Tavares, who denied the accusations, allegedly went to Notaro's house and ambushed her. Her jilted ex had acid thrown in her face, leaving it disfigured. She had to be confined in a hospital room for months, was only allowed to talk to her visitors through a window glass and her mom had to be sterilized first before she could enter the room.
While waiting for her surgery, Notaro had to take eye drops and lotion to alleviate the pain. She also spends £600 monthly for medication....
Family Creates Own Blockbuster at Home for Son with Autism After His Favorite Store Closes
It’s safe to say he loved it.
Hector Andres Zuniga, a 20-year-old non-verbal man with autism, had been going to his favorite local Blockbuster store in Sharyland, Texas since he was 13. The store staff knew Hector Andres and his family well, as they knew Hector Andres loved to rent DVDs like Barney, Rugrats, Elmo, and Blue's Clues. But one day, Hector Andres' family heard the sad news that the store was closing down. At present, only a handful of Blockbuster stores are open in the US after the company declared bankruptcy in 2010.
Hector Andres' mother, Rosa, was pulled aside by one of the staff to tell her the heartbreaking news. She then called her husband, also named Hector, and proposed an idea - that they buy some of the items in the store's inventory and recreate their own Blockbuster at home for the younger Hector.
Hector Andres, a 20-year-old non-verbal man with autism, loves Blockbuster.
Italian Waitress Saves for 2 Years, Travels to Indonesia to Marry Villager She Met Online
Their love flourished against all odds.
Race, culture, social class , distance, and even law enforcement aren’t a hindrance to finding love these days. Thanks to the internet and social media, the world has become a miniscule environment where like minds connect hearts and bridge differences.
Among the many instances of finding love online, Ilaria and Dzulfikar’s case stands out as one of the prime examples of happily ever after.