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Carl 1 month ago
       
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Magdelina 1 month ago
Carl,

Maybe he identifies as an eggplant.
       
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Riche 1 month ago
Magdelina,

Eggplant pride parade!
       
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Victoria 1 month ago
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Lyddy 1 month ago
#31 Two things here, you called your son Odin? And he has the privilege? Oh yea, really modest of you.
       
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Riche 1 month ago
Lyddy,
The wording is very scattered. They meant that their son means the world to them because he overcomes his struggles and is happy. The authors' childhood hero meeting his current hero. Nothing wrong there. He probably set up that meeting for their son.
       
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Riche 1 month ago
#12 that's kind of him. But if he was doing it solely out of kindness, then posting his 'virtue' on social media wasn't necessary. It diminishes the kindness of his act. It is now virtue signaling. Just be his friend because he's a friend.
       
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Lotta 1 month ago
Riche,
People are allowed to share things that make them happy.

You should try.

Here, I will start: I planted and supported a bunch of native vegetation, and it is finally thriving after four years. That makes me happy.
       
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Dal 1 month ago
Lotta,

Not quite the same. What Riche commented was valid. The act of kindness is cheapened by posting for likes.
       
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Arminda 1 month ago
#1
No one in his entire grade?
There's a back story to this.
       
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