Posts From The “Wait This Is Wholesome” Facebook Group To Restore Your Faith In Humanity


Posts From The “Wait This Is Wholesome” Facebook Group To Restore Your Faith In Humanity
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  1. 03:00 ok so it's exceptionally rare for me to cry but this one had me in tears, my mom went into heart failure shortly after i was born. luckily she survived, but that just hit home.

  2. I will have to watch this in bits and pieces. Just 3 minutes in and I'm an emotional wreck. I'm going to finish this, it's just gonna take me some time.

  3. I thought everyone had a Birthday Party for their dog. Just some of us I guess. My Husky got cupcakes and chicken breast, cauliflower and kale. Wrapped it up with a swim in her plastic pool with her dog Friends.

  4. The museum taking care of the Donald toy… I had something similar happen. When I was 5-6, I had a dinosaur I carried everywhere. She had bite marks on her back from when the dog got to her. So I could tell she was plastic… a grey, rubbery kind of plastic. But hard enough to be solid.
    I lost her one day at the museum. Was heartbroken. Went to that museum (nature and science) with my high school, about ten years later. Now, this museum has a fun little ‘forgotten’ display at the start of the fossils section. Mostly, it’s little toys kids have forgotten (a lot of plastic dinosaurs). While waiting for the class to catch up, I was looking at the forgottens. One of the museum staff and my whole class heard me suddenly yell, “MISSY!!” I could tell, because of the bites on her back. I did get Missy back. The worker said they always returned items when they’re recognized. Usually from reactions like mine, though it doesn’t usually take many years for a kid to collect their toy

  5. That OP whose mother died of cancer should know that there's plenty of mothers out there who would happily die to give their child life. So many of us would make the same choice, and wish we'd had the chance to do so.

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