We often think of kids as unruly and naughty. Because of their young age, these children usually need the guidance of their parents or guardians. Usually, we can see them misbehaving in public places as they try to demand something they want. But with the case of these three young students who recently went viral, they proved that age doesn’t dictate their actions.
Facebook user Arnel Manglallan has uploaded the video on his account and has immediately gone viral. The children’s kind gesture has definitely amazed thousands of netizens.
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While crossing Pasig’s Bang Bang bridge, Arnel noticed something unusual. Three elementary students, wearing their complete uniform, were helping an old ice cream vendor. Because of the bridge’s steepness, it was quite hard for the elder to push his dirty ice cream cart.
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Obviously amazed, the netizen decided to put out his phone and record the inspiring scene. He also believed that their parents should be proud of their children. Despite their age, these young students were able to inspire thousands of people, thanks to their kind gesture.
As of writing, his viral video has already gained 1.9 million views and almost 50,000 shares and comments. Like Arnel, many people were also stunned by the clip. Netizens even managed to praise these kids’ parents for their wonderful upbringing. Some people were also hoping to know the identity of these students to properly recognize their good deed. They were also hoping to see more of these good vibes videos and to help lessen the negativity in social media.
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Bang Bang bridge pasig.Paakyat si lolo sorbetero sa tulay nakakatuwa may mga bata p palang matulungin sana mapanood nang mga magulang nyo ito siguradong proud sila s mga batang ito😄😄😄
Posted by Armel Manglallan on Wednesday, November 28, 2018
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