"She really said positive vibes only," joked one commenter on the viral TikTok video.
The 18-year-old reportedly walked out of the tattoo parlor without paying after seeing his new ink.
"Computers have consumed us, unemployment, rich looking down on poor, automations pushed aside people," a Redditor commented.
"But it has no place at your wedding," a Redditor commented. "The wedding is not about him or his mom."
"This is how you keep pets and wildlife safe," a TikToker commented on the viral video.
One commenter said that the puppy in training had: "Killed me with cuteness."
"How the f**k does health insurance not cover dental and vision? What kind of shenanigans is that?" a Redditor asked.
Numerous viewers were on board with the idea. "I love Dollar Tree so much," a TikToker commented. "I might have a date like this!"
"Omg, he deserves everything good in life, and so does his owner," a TikToker commented on the viral clip.
"If it's a chain (Home Depot), proplift away, but please don't hurt small businesses' plants," a TikToker commented.
"Bruh, I swear if I need to look at my phone for whatever reason, and I look up and see someone taking a picture of me, I'm walking out," a Redditor commented.
"We do this too," a TikToker commented. "Mostly because our schedules are so wild, but it's honestly so nice to see something planned."
"I love how the bride didn't stress about the disruption, just grabbed his hand and kept it moving," a TikToker commented.
"Why is everyone on her side?" a TikToker wondered. "She's the crazy ex homewrecker. I feel bad for Meghan."
"But then how does he choose between golfing or boating that day?" a TikToker wondered. "Or does he rotate? Lol, he's living the life."
"This is so genuine and needs to happen more!" a TikToker commented on the video. "So sweet of you."
"You're a real one for stopping it though," a TikToker commented. "A lot of people would just look at it and go."
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"They aren't allowed to leave the mailbox in the open position," a Redditor commented. "This was done by the original poster then he took a picture of it."
"I don't think adults realize how extremely difficult it is to be a toddler," a TikToker commented with smiling emojis.
"They are the worst," a TikToker commented. "Literally every time, someone left my coworker a pamphlet for their church as a tip Lmao."
"Oh my gosh, they are so cute!" a TikToker commented on the clip. "You win granddaughter of the year award."
"I cannot fathom asking a deaf person not to sign," wrote a commenter on Reddit. "How incredibly insulting."
"He drove straight to the lawyer's office because that was his last straw," a TikToker joked in a comment.
"Next time also stick one in a Pampers box, baby formula can, inside a child medicine box, etc.," a TikToker commented. "God bless your good heart!"
"So I'm thinking it's a good idea that she didn't have daughters," a person on TikTok commented. "Her poor daughters-in-law and granddaughters."
"I'm so going to do this when my kids are older," one commenter said about the video that has amassed more than 6.5 million times.
"Look up how anything but a backpack day started," a TikTok insisted. "It's fun doing it when you're doing it without knowing the backstory."
"All you need is a little fridge and some snacks up there and you're set!" a TikToker commented.
"Is that real?" a TikToker asked about the clip. "Who would drag a child, and no one is saying anything?"