After experiencing one lonely Christmas away from home, Brad Lancaster decided to reach out to and invite 50 total strangers, also alone for the holidays, to have Christmas dinner with him. This video documenting the preparations and finally the event itself is the definition of heartwarming.
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This is the kind of Thanksgiving tale that warms the heart. It was just around this time last year when this grandma mistakenly texted a Thanksgiving dinner invitation to the wrong number. Let's just say the complete strangers handled the ensuing situation perfectly. Oh, and before anyone goes getting all upset: Grandma definitely changed her number after the conversation went viral last year!
Christmas day is finally here! We know a lot of you are probably trying to hide from your annoying relatives for a few minutes, so grab some eggnog and let these Christmas memes entertain you for a few minutes!
Merry Christmas from us here at Memebase to you and yours!
We've all got those annoying AF family members who just love to poke and prod at your personal business at every single family get-together. Your grandma loves to ask when you're having kids and your aunt keeps wondering when you're finally going to get a girlfriend. Admit it, you love your family but sometimes they just need to STOP. Thanksgiving is the perfect breeding ground for these annoying comments and questions, so prepare yourself by browsing through these hilarious clapbacks!
How rare is it that we see a text sent to the wrong person evolve into a heartwarming scenario like this one---and with a Thanksgiving dinner invitation to boot! Jamal Hinton is one lucky dude, and you better believe as soon as he shared the original conversation to Twitter, plenty of other hungry teens were ready to beg for their invitations. Fortunately, the numbers have been disconnected!
Plans are already underway for the Von Braun space hotel, a rotating space station that will orbit the Earth and house tourists and researchers. The Gateway Foundation says that it will be up and running by 2025, but we have serious doubts about that. We think you're going to have to keep your holidays Earth-bound for now.
This story was originally told on Space.