Soldier and redditor Rapid_Bombarder recently posted this letter he received from an eighth grader named Giselle.
The letter was quite sweet and hit all the right points as she paid him quite the compliment, asked him about his life and gave a quick description of herself. Though the icing of the cake has to be the puking unicorn she drew at the bottom of the page. I think her accuracy is spot on as the unicorn is throwing up glitter and farting rainbows (JUST LIKE GIRLS!).
According to his original post, Rapid Bombarder said it brightened up his day, which coincidentally, was his birthday. Best. Birthday. Message. Ever.
As a ranger in Yosemite National Park, Reddit user bestmattever says he gets a lot of mail from visitors but this letter is his favourite (and with good reason):
Just in case you can’t read it, here’s what the letter says:
Dear Park Rangers,
I am a Yosemite Junior Ranger. I went to Yosemite recently and accidently brought home two sticks. I know I’m not supposed to take things from the park, so I am sending them back. Please put them in nature.
Kids, man. They’re the best.
Beyonce and her hubby Jay-Z have always been pretty outspoken in their support for President Obama. If they weren’t famous and lived next door to you they’d probably be that annoying couple with a slew of “Progress” signs on their lawn. But alas, they’re famous so they campaign in even more AWESOME ways.
While Jay-Z was out singing about how he has “99 Problems but Mitt Ain’t One” at a Columbus campaign rally, Bee was drafting a beautiful handwritten letter for the Prez, which she published on her website. The two are already chummy with Obama as they hosted a campaign fundraiser at Jay’s 40/40 club in NYC for Obama supporters to meet he President (tickets cost $40,000 per head!).
Michael Lohan, Lindsay Lohan’s (the train wreck) father, had a letter sent to the judge in Lindsay Lohan’s DUI probation case, reports TMZ. However, the letter was no ordinary letter. It was asking for inpatient rehab or alternatively, random drug testing, for Lindsay and no jail.
The letter acknowledges “… Lindsay may have violated the terms of her probation by missing multiple court-ordered alcohol education classes.” And furthermore, the letter appears as an attempt to keep the star from jail time.
Lisa Bloom, Michael’s lawyer, claims he is urging the judge to put Lindsay in a private drug rehab facility in New York, and Michael also wants family counselling. This is because the loving father is “gravely concerned” about Lindsay’s “deterioration.”
But there is a minor problem with Michael’s request. What if the judge won’t bite on the rehab? Probation is the answer. Bloom and Michael are asking the judge to extend her probation and subject Lindsay to “frequent, random, court-ordered drug testing.”
And like all good things in life, this letter comes to an end. Michael does not want his little LiLo to become “the next Hollywood statistic.” Good luck Michael?