"If I could I would hug every single one of you that has liked or commented on this video," the TikToker said.
"Sounds like their social standing is more important [than] how their child feels," one commenter wrote on the viral post.
"What a sad indictment of our society that so many people wished this type of accommodation was available to them," Ali Faruk told Newsweek.
"You did the right thing. You're a wonderful parent. At the end of the day, most men will come and go in her life, but you'll always be there," said a commenter.
"Don't worry, we are not upset. You are still the same Simon to us," the man's grandparents wrote in the now-viral email.
She said she tried to put his previous inappropriate comments aside but in this moment she "lost it."
The Michigan Department of Transportation said they received roughly 15,400 suggestions of names and have since named almost 300 trucks.
"She's mad and a little hurt, and I am apparently the King of Lies who is never to be trusted again," the husband said.
"If you ain't sweating yet, you ain't doing it right," Whitney Johnson says in the video. which has been viewed 7.5 million times.
The company told their employees that they had one year to return to office even if it meant relocating, the post claims.
"Ms. Stephanie" has reached fans far and wide including Missy Elliott and Viola Davis.
"We are definitely lucky to have these especially with the current testing shortage," replied the student who posted the clip.
The plea resonated with other parents who heard their own child's experience in the young child's voice.
After going viral, the man caught the attention of not just NFL teams but also McDonald's, Heeley's and even Trojan Condoms.
"Your husband literally asked you why you [didn't] tell him to not act racist," one person commented on the viral post.
The mother says that while other barbers were not "outright rude," none had the same level of compassion her family found in Ree.
During week 11 of the pregnancy, the dad-to-be created a pizza topped with figs to celebrate the milestone.
The woman said she alerted all of her guests of her COVID status before the party.
The groom said it wasn't until he received his diagnosis that he asked his wife to marry him.
"The things birds will do these days for duty free shopping," one person commented on the viral video.
Installing cameras into someone's home without their permission is against the law due to the "reasonable expectation of privacy."
A woman writes that she first thought the delivery driver was joking after he insisted she pay for his shoes.
Although Daria Rose didn't make it past the first episode, the 24-year-old is a Harvard graduate and is a current student at Yale Law School.
"[I'm] an uneducated ex drug addict who was tired of working at a gas station for $9/hr," they wrote in the post.
The man reappears on the security camera multiple times before the woman contacts police.
"I just needed a [little] extra money and there's nothing wrong with that," the woman told Newsweek.
"I got tested I have covid so respectfully I will not be completing the assignment," wrote one student.
The woman says her boss, who is a pastor, criticizes her every day to the point of wanting to "walk out."
"Daisy is a Beyoncé fan: make it canon," one commenter wrote about the video, which has been viewed over 1 million times.
The bride and her team of cheerleaders danced to a medley of Beyoncé songs for the crowd in attendance.