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A request from a 3-year-old girl celebrating her birthday went viral when pictures of her birthday cake were posted online by her family.
The special request from the birthday girl, Leona, was that her cake depict the scene from “The Lion King” where Mufasa, Simba’s father, dies.
And Leona had a reason for such a seemingly morbid request.
“Everyone will be too sad to eat the cake and it will be all for me,” she said, according to a Twitter post by her uncle, Casey Feigh.
Leona, a 3-year-old girl who recently celebrated her birthday, didn’t want anyone else to have a slice of her cake.
So she devised a plan — make people too sad to eat the cake.
So, Leona requested that her birthday cake depict the scene from “The Lion King” where Mufasa dies. Yes, the scene where Uncle Scar lets Mufasa fall off the cliff right in front of Simba, according to NBC News.
“Everyone will be too sad to eat the cake and it will be all for me,” she said, according to a Twitter post, which was
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A woman in Indiana inspired her community this week with a kind gesture to honor her late son.
When Carolyn Mick went to pick up a cake from her local Kroger in Plainfield, Indiana, she discovered someone had already paid for it. The cake also came with a note, signed by “Toni, Tyler’s mom.”
In the note, Toni explained that her son had died five years ago and she wanted to honor his memory by buying Mick’s cake.
MIT PROFESSOR WHO PUT CRIB IN HIS OFFICE TO SUPPORT HIS GRAD STUDENT GOES VIRAL
“Today is my son’s 35th birthday, his
FRIENDS — “The One with All the Jealousy” Episode 12 — Pictured: Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green (Photo by J. Delvalle/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images) When we bid farewell to Friends back in 2004, the future of Rachel Green’s (played by Jennifer Aniston) career was uncertain. Did she move to Paris to pursue her dream job at Louis Vuitton? Did she stay in New York and return to her old job at Ralph Lauren? Over the last 17 years, fans