- A five-year-girl, Justice, has become famous over her Stars Wars helmet after her mum, Raena Granberry, asked her to wear a mask
- Many people praised the girl's smartness in how she responded to her mother's instruction
- Granberry shared the photo of Justice in her Mandalorian mask on her Twitter account
A daughter has taken her mother's instruction to the next level and the outcome is really funny.
In a tweet on Sunday, November 22, a woman, Raena Granberry, with the Twitter handle @SunsetSoFresh, said she told her daughter, Justice, to get a mask so they could both get to the store.
Justice wore a full head protective gear instead. Many people have since commented on the little girl's photo, talking about how the girl is so smart and ready to protect herself against the pandemic.
BuzzFeed reports that the five-year-old girl and her mother were going out to buy decorations in preparation for Christmas.
See the mum's tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has close to 900,000 likes with thousands of comments from tweeps.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions the post got:
"Your daughter is the best! This is what I love about kids, they are so weird and complicated. Here she is in her pink finery and then adds a Star Wars bounty hunter mask to complete the look. If I could carry this off, I would!"
"She’s already considerably smarter than a whole bunch of adults."
"Good for her. She knows that muzzle is not for her. She put on a real mask."
"Reminds me of my favourite Halloween costume that my niece wore — a princess dress with vampire teeth. She growled at everyone all night."
"Was walking with my roommate as she walked the dog and passed a dad with his kid about your daughter's age and he was wearing an astronaut helmet. As I said then, this kid has the best idea."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a baby, Annabelle, took her dental health seriously or something that looks like that as a video captured her wasting away toothpaste in the bathroom.
As Annabelle's mum walked in on her in the bathroom and shouted "Jesus Christ", asking the girl what she is doing, the kid said:
"Mummy, I'm brushing, I'm brushing."
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Source: Briefly News