As children, some of us tried to push the envelope when it came to lies we told our parents. Like when we get caught red handed with our hand in the cookie jar. Or got caught eating chocolate and had it all over our hands and face, but swore up and down that we had no idea where the chocolate went, and we were not responsible for it being eaten. But most times after getting caught, we would either beg for forgiveness, or apologize profusely. Even for an ice pop.
Well this one little girl gets caught red handed with her hands in the freezer, trying to sneak an ice pop. And when she gets caught by her mother, she immediately turns polite, asks for an ice pop and says please, or begs we are not sure because lets face it, ice pops are delicious.
We also wondered what flavor it was. Asking people around the office here, it seems like everyone likes Blue, Red or Pink. Raspberry, Cherry and Pink could be Watermelon but none of us really know.
Either way we feel this little kiddo and her liking of ice pops. We like them too. We get caught stealing them all the time. But we do not get polite, we just run.
Tik Tok Is Triggered When Woman Refuses to Move From First Class Seat So Family Can Sit Together
Many Tik Tok users are trying to paint this woman as a villain because she refused to give up her first class seat on an airplane. Tik Tok user @maresasd was approached by a family who asked if they could change seats with her so the family could all sit together on the plane. Her response? No. Her reason? She paid for a first class seat and had no intention on moving to coach class because of their poor planning. Here’s her original video:
I'm sorry moms and families but as a fellow mom I'm not a villain for not giving up my seat♬ original sound - Maresa Friedman | Strategy
By the look of the comment section, reactions are mixed. There’s a flight attendant jumped into the comments to say that they see this kind of maneuver all the time. Parents trying to use their kids to shame people out of their preferred seats. The origianal video has been seen 3.5 million times. After some negative comments, she decided to post this video to tell the whole story:
Replying to @acdaniel1987 ok here's the skinny and my thoughts ❤️♬ original sound - Maresa Friedman | Strategy
Basically that’s when this commenter was “triggered”. She was also called ‘elitist’ for not giving up her seat:
The individual said the video “triggered” them, and they would gladly switch a first-class seat, even if it were just because someone preferred a window to an aisle. “You’re going to be so elitist that you’re like, ‘No, I got my seat, that’s it,’ and everybody in the comments is like, ‘Rah!’”