- A group of friends have served social media users adorable friendship goals with their actions towards a member of their clique
- The group, comprising both men and women, took a cardboard cutout of a man to an event as his wife wouldn't allow him to go along with them
- The jolly fellows treated the cutout like a real human as they took pictures with it and tucked it in bed
A group of people have taken friendship to new heights with their adorable gesture for their friend.
According to @MythAndFact on Twitter, the men and women from Mexico attended a footballing occasion with a cardboard cutout of their friend.
It was stated that the unidentified man couldn't attend the event because his wife didn't permit him to tag along with them.
Treating a cardboard cutout like a real man
The kind-hearted friends ensured the life-size cardboard cutout had so much fun the man would have had if he was present. They went as far as offering it drinks, tucking it in bed to sleep as well as striking poses with the lifeless item.
Their act has amazed many people on social media and got them praises from tweeps.
"I need a some crazy friend like this."
"Person wey him wife no gree go? How you expect am to be happy."
"With friends like these...who needs money?"
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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported a group of people has been a source of blessing to a waitress, Angelica, at an IHOP restaurant in New Jersey, giving her a $1 200 (approximately R17 000) tip.
One of the people who showed the rare act of kindness, Zellie Thomas, shared the pictures they took with the waitress on Saturday, 14 December.
Thomas explained how he and 11 other friends of his brought $100 each to the restaurant with the plan that they would gather and give them to the waitress.
He said after they had paid their food bill, they gave the money they brought which was $1 200 in all to the lady.
“We paid the bill and gave our waitress a $1 200 tip. It really is a privilege to be someone else's blessing,” Thomas said.
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