The internet can often be a happy place for everyone. We often come across various videos and posts that warm our hearts and surprise us. One such piece of news we’ve seen recently was an ice cream vendor and his heartwarming gesture towards a little girl. A Twitter user named Andrew Hillary recently went to the micro-blogging site and described how a little girl came up to him and asked for ice cream in exchange for a blue stone. “A little girl came to the ice cream cart and asked if she could buy ice cream with the blue stone she found. I’m richer than a blue stone now,” she begins the story.
Inside excitement Andrew later posted a bluestone picture and wrote “my finances”. Besides that, he humorously added, “Btw no one would show this tweet to my boss.” Take a look at the Twitter thread here:
A little girl came to the ice cream cart and asked if she could buy ice cream with the blue stone she found. Now I’m richer than a blue rock.
— Andrew Hilary but creepy???? (@AndrewHilaryUS) October 8, 2021
Btw no one is showing this tweet to my boss ????— Andrew Hilary but creepy ???? (@AndrewHilaryUS) October 9, 2021
the tweet is gone viral It garnered more than 730,000 likes and several comments and applause in no time.
“This is the official NFT and I (actually) will pay you $500 for it,” one person wrote.
Andrew later described the rock as follows: “On further examination, this thing is made of 100% plastic. It also glows in the dark”.
Upon further inspection, this thing is made of 100% plastic. It also glows in the dark ????????????— Andrew Hilary but spooky ???? (@AndrewHilaryUS) October 8, 2021
Another user commented, “I know this “rock”! I have a bag full of my kids so they’re all over my house. They glow so bright! If you charge them well, they glow all night! Definitely worth an ice cream” comments.
Isn’t Andrew’s gesture adorable? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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