Boy bullied by classmates over reading habit receives novels from authors
A little boy received a lot of encouragement online after his sister complained that he was being bullied by his classmates in his new school for his love on books. Callum Manning, residing at UK, was fond of reading books and posted its reviews on his Instagram handle. Noting his passion towards reading, his classmates ridiculed him and added him to an online group and humiliated his habit. When his sister found out about the act, she posted an image of one of his posts and commented that he was being bullied. The post got the attention of many literary circles and famous authors including Neil Gaiman and Matt Haig, encouraged him on his reading habit and said that most of the interesting people were once considered weird kids with books. A few users and authors also sent their novels to Callum.
Man brings Ilama to his sister’s wedding proving that he did not forget his dare
It was a shocking surprise for a woman when her brother arrived with a Ilama at her wedding which was conducted recently. The idea of bringing a Ilama to his sister’s wedding did not come to Mendl Weinstock out of the blue as he already told his sister Riva that he would do so five years ago. Riva who sensed that her brother when adamant over an issue would accomplish it, bribed him at various occasions so that he drops off the idea. She stated that when she announced her engagement to him, he immediately sent her a message which said that a Ilama was booked for the occasion. Having garnered over 156 lakh likes in two days, netizens were delighted over the idea, however many were concerned that the harmless idea would have ruined Riva’s wedding but Mendl assured that his was glad that his idea made her wedding memorable.
Mother records video of her toddler and pet having ‘serious’ howling match
It was very heartwarming to watch a video of a toddler trying his best to howl like his pet Husky. The video taken by the mother of the toddler shows the little one and his pet trying to outdo each other in howling. Alixandria Smith, mother of the toddler watched her two-year-old son Braxton and her dog Boston indulge in the game unexpectedly and she decided to capture the moment. Netizens were amused when Braxton, despite falling down during the video continued to howl and the duo did not stop their chorus as the video ended. “As Braxton started to howl like Boston, I felt it was very cute and I decided to record it,” said Smith while posting the video on social platform.