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A teenager was accidentally invited to a grandma's Thanksgiving dinner. Six years later, he's still going back
by Alexandra Villarreal

The Guardian    Translate This Article
17 November 2021

On 17 November 2021 The Guardian reported: Wanda Dench's 2016 text about Thanksgiving dinner at her home in Mesa, Arizona, was intended for her grandson. But she messaged the wrong number, and Jamal Hinton -- then a student at Desert Vista high school -- responded instead. The text exchange ignited a fast friendship between Dench and Hinton, who have now made it a tradition to celebrate Thanksgiving together each year. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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