As often happens, you collect a child for school: you dress him/her in a clean suit or dress, carefully comb his/her hair. You look at the baby — well, just an angel.
However, when you come to pick him/her up after class, it seems that the son /daughter has survived the zombie apocalypse: dirty or torn clothes, and a mess on his head. The mother of the heroine of this story was convinced of this.
The girl for the holiday asked for a costume of her favorite character — Princess Jasmine from Disney’s “Aladdin». The outfit was bought, and the baby was glowing with happiness. The appropriate hairstyle was also made for the suit.
But when mom came to pick up her daughter, there was no trace of that hairstyle. The parent took a picture of the child and posted a photo before and after on social networks.
And many comments are done: “It’s all because Aladdin has a fast carpet,” “My photo is on Friday evening and Saturday morning,” “My daughter always has the same hairstyle. I think they have a secret fight club in junior high.”
Other commentators noted that we were all the same when we were children: “Well, these are children. We all came home the same way when we were kids. It’s just that our moms didn’t have smartphones with cameras to take pictures of our hairstyles and clothes after school or walking.”