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White Boy Gets Same Haircut As Black Best Friend To “Confuse” Their Teacher

So cute and so heartwarming! We could all learn a lesson from these 5-year-old boys.


Kids are born with pure hearts and it’s always amusing (and touching) to observe them demonstrate love and kindness in many different ways. Case in point, 5-year-old Jax Rosebush wanted to get a haircut exactly the same as Reddy, his best friend, so that they could pull a prank on their teacher.

Now the catch here is that the two boys aren’t exactly of the same race – and that’s what makes this story really heartwarming and beautiful.

Countless netizens were touched with the purity and innocence of the two young boys.

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Lydia Stith Rosebush, the mother of Jax, wrote a post on Facebook to share about the boys’ prank plan. She shared:

“(Jax) wanted his head shaved really short so he could look like his friend Reddy. He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart. He thought it would be hilarious to confuse his teacher with the same haircut,” Lydia said.

“The only difference Jax sees in the two of them is their hair,” the proud mother pointed out.

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The post eventually went viral and generated a lot of positive reactions on social media with many netizens commenting that, yes, they do look like twins.

Others commented that this is a fine example of “parenting done right.”

“Don’t let no one change your hearts,” wrote another netizen.

Indeed, we can all learn a priceless lesson about friendship and acceptance from these youngsters.

Imagine the difference it would make if everyone of us would learn to see others beyond color, race – perhaps even gender and religion – just like these boys do.

Kudos to Jax and Reddy for their awesome friendship. Also, our hats are off to their great parents!


This Heartwarming Open Letter is for All the Exhausted Moms Out There

The pressure to be perfect parents result in a lot of exhausted moms who feel inadequate despite everything they do for their kids.

There's no doubt that children bring us hope and joy. However, as any parent knows, having kids also demands a lot of patience. Parents face so many challenges and as much as they want to do everything right, there are days when they feel overwhelmed by the tasks that they have to juggle.

In most instances, it's really the moms who get really stressed out from taking care of kids as they fulfill their unique role as nurturers. Their anxiety levels are made even worse because their bodies also bear the strain of childbirth.

Moms want to do it all and it's not easy.

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Filipino ‘Catwalk King’ Donated One of His Kidneys to His Ailing Sister

Sinon Loresca, who was dubbed as the “Catwalk King,” wants to inspire others by sharing the story of the challenges that he’s faced.

Sinon Loresca is an actor, comedian, and model from the Philippines who gained worldwide fame when videos showing him wearing a skimpy Speedo and six-inch heels went viral. People couldn't get over how a muscular guy like him could be so graceful while using the so-called killer heels.

Needless to say, Sinon was quite overwhelmed by how popular his videos got, as they received millions and millions of views.

Here's the video that made Sinon's popularity grow even more.

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Man With ‘No Excuses’ Walks 15 Miles To Work Every Day

His determination and dedication go a long way – like 15 miles long. Maybe even longer!

Dedication and determination come a long way - and for one man, it is quite literal. You see, this man travels 15 miles every day to get to work. Oh, that's nothing, right? That ought to be just a few minutes' drive. But this man from Texas doesn't drive because he doesn't even own a car - he actually walks all the way to work!

Patrick, a 52-year-old man, endures a two and a half hour walk from his residence in Plano, Texas all the way to Braum's, a burger restaurant and ice cream joint where he works as the manager. Officer Branson from the McKinney Police Department noticed Patrick's amazing effort and perseverance so he posted about it on their official Facebook account.

Written on McKinney Police Department's Facebook page was as follows:

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