Most of us, if not all have probably tried displaying our personal drawings, prominently on the family fridge or bedroom. Whether it is just a stick figure or unidentified scribble, we often feel like drawing is a great way for us to communicate and express what we are thinking. As a matter of fact, from the moment a child is big enough to hold a crayon and put it to paper, expect that he or she will showcase his/her inner Picasso.
Just recently, Twitter user (at) BryTooot took to social media to share his precious encounter with a little girl who was selling her drawings for an amount of five pesos. According to the netizen, he met the child while he was waiting for a jeepney along España Boulevard in Manila.
“May batang nangangalabit sa ‘kin. ‘Kuya bili ka na ng paintings ko, P5 lang, pambaon ko’.”
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Curious, he then asked the girl if he could see her drawings. Consequently, the latter handed him a handful of elementary pad papers showcasing her artworks.
Case in point, the kindhearted netizen decided to buy one of the girl’s drawings. Moreover, he told the child to buy herself a delicious food to eat.
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Not only that, he also encouraged the budding artist to pursue her dreams.
“Pursue your dreams, baby. Bili ka ng masarap na pagkain, ha?”
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As expected, thousands of other netizens helped spread the heartwarming shot. As of June 7, the viral Twitter post has received more than 29,000 likes, 5,500 retweets, and a number of comments in praise of (at) BryTooot.