“Pretty soon they discovered that their first impressions were correct. JamMaster WAS much younger than they were – only 10 years old.”
“They also discovered that it was his birthday in the morning,” Tiffany continues.
“The boys realized that JamMaster had been hanging out by himself all night, on the eve of his 11th birthday- which he would be spending by himself in quarantine.” Ugh, how sad is that?
“CLEARLY SOMETHING HAD TO BE DONE.”
Twitter; pictured above is one of Tiffany’s tweets.
“Y’ALL THEY THREW THAT KID AN 11TH BIRTHDAY PARTY. They took him on a bunch of adventures, gave him all the loot they could, helped him win a few battles, and made his stay up until midnight so they could all sing happy birthday to him.”
“This morning, as my son told me about their adventures, I started to cry. I was trying to say something like “Oh that’s so nice” but tears just started spilling down my cheeks. He could not understand why. But…but…”
“Can you imagine the disappointment of being quarantined for your 11th birthday only to be met by a random six-pack of teenage gamers who decide you’re awesome and want to throw you a birthday party?”
“What a roller coaster. What an experience. What an incredible thing to do for a young gamer. In conclusion: video games.”
There really are kind people out there online!
You can read her original thread on Twitter here.
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