Some college football fans work their entire lives for the chance to buy season tickets to see their alma mater, or just their all-time favorite team, play right in front of them for an entire year. When the opportunity to get their hands on season tickets comes around, there’s no greater feeling than laying that money you’ve worked so hard for out and seeing what you’ve accomplished.
Well, that is unless your child doesn’t get a hold of it first. In an age where millennials are losing interest in live college football action at some schools, apparently the next generation under them doesn’t care at all! When you see what a toddler did to his parents’ cash savings, you’ll never trust your kid again.
Twitter user @Benbelnap is a die-hard fan of the Utah Utes. His Twitter page, and even profile picture, hails all things University of Utah football. He and his wife had been saving up to buy season tickets for the Utes and put away a little over $1,000 for the pair.
That is, the money they HAD put away before their kid shredded the entire stack of cash.
“So me and my wife had been saving up to pay for our @Utah_Football tickets in cash. We pulled our money out yesterday to pay my mom for the season… Well we couldn’t find the enveloped until my wife checked the shredder. Yup. 2 year old shredded $1,060.”
Yup, that is 1,000 bucks gone, vanished and never to be seen again.
If the best part of this story isn’t the totally destroyed money, it might be the accompanying photo ‘BB’ decided to attach along with the photo of the destroyed cash. This look from the pajama-strutting cash-shredder screams, “And if I had the chance, I’d do it all over again!”
Kids make parenting fun and exciting, and everybody has a unique story that makes them cringe when they re-tell it.
Hopefully, your story doesn’t include finding a thousand bucks at the bottom of your paper shredder, though.