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Friday, June 30, 2017

Dad’s Twitter campaign for bullied son goes viral in the best way

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The internet may be full of angry people and trolls, but sometimes it’s just plain nice. SEE ALSO: Rapper performs emotional song written by an 11-year-old to his bully On Thursday morning, Christopher Hope-Smith asked Twitter for help. His son Ollie was turning 9 soon, Hope-Smith wrote, but there was a bully who kept telling him his birthday wouldn’t be "as good as his own". Hope-Smith had other ideas, though. He wanted to make sure Ollie’s birthday was his best so far. Strange request. Anyone.  show all text
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