School days were truly one of the most memorable parts of our lives. We fondly recall the good old days when the only concern was what to eat during tiffin break. Sometimes, we would finish off our tiffin even before the lunch break started! If you can relate to this, you will definitely like this sweet story that we have found. Recently, a Twitter user narrated a sweet story about her 11-year-old son who accidentally dropped his tiffin at school. What happened next will melt your heart! Take a look:
During short break, 11-yo's tiffin box fell down and the entire schezwan rice (his fav) was on the floor. He had tears in his eyes. All the classmates immediately surrounded him with their tiffin boxes. A student insisted on offering his snack coupon. Kids will heal this world.— Nidhi Jamwal (@JamwalNidhi) March 14, 2023
The post was shared on Twitter by user @JamwalNidhi, where it received over 90k views and nearly 2,000 likes. In the tweet, she narrated how she had packed her son's favourite schezwan rice in his tiffin box, and the entire box fell down by mistake. "During short break, 11-yo's tiffin box fell down and the entire schezwan rice (his fav) was on the floor. He had tears in his eyes," she wrote. However, his classmates were quick to act. "All the classmates immediately surrounded him with their tiffin boxes. A student insisted on offering his snack coupon. Kids will heal this world," she concluded.
The heartwarming and adorable gesture by the boy's classmates won over the internet. Several Twitter users reacted to the anecdote, calling it 'the best tweet you'll read today'. "This is just the most heartwarming thing I read today," said one user. "My heart skipped a beat in the first line. The second one was a heartbreaker, and the rest of it was simply beautiful," wrote another user.
Take a look at the reactions to the sweet story:
They will. And I hope it is Schezwan rice for dinner today.— pankaja srinivasan (@pankajasrini) March 15, 2023
Many people make this world of twitter a better place to be in. You seem to be one of them.All the best for future.— CA Varun Mehra (@varunmehra) March 15, 2023
Brought back some school mentors. Hostelers don't get home cook food. Mess food. Some magnanimous day scholar friends used to get extra food in their tiffins. Jam sandwiches , Egg paranthas n veg pulao and more 🙂🙂— Vins (@vinayverma99) March 14, 2023
Please treat the kiddo with his favourite Schezwan rice in a few days. May he always remain surrounded by loving people always— शिवांगिनी 🇮🇳 (@shivanginipatha) March 15, 2023
What a brilliant gesture, reminds me of our school breaks when v too used to have lunch, sitting, gossiping and sharing d homemade delicacies.— Richierich (@Richie00052755) March 15, 2023
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