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There are plenty of places where you can find wholesome stories. But the last place you’d expect to find a post that makes you feel warm and gooey inside would be 4chan, where feeling good about something happens only once in a blue moon.
Family is everything, and they will do everything in their power to make you happy. That’s the moral of one story where an uncle took his nephew in after the death of his parents, and even ended up introducing him to the love of his life. The youngster’s life made a 180 degree turn from misery to happiness and it’s thanks to his uncle who is an inspiration for family members everywhere. So strap in, and get ready for a wholesome post that will leave you smiling all through the weekend and even through Monday! I guarantee it.
A guy on 4chan told the world probably the greatest love story of all time
The boy’s uncle got him through high school, college, and even helped him get a job, despite the youngster feeling ‘invisible’ to the world. But the most fascinating thing happened when Anon’s uncle took the 4channer’s love life into his own hands.
The uncle encouraged him to contact a gorgeous blind girl named Jessica who accidentally poured water on him at a restaurant, and left him her card. But shy Anon, who completely lacked any confidence in himself, wouldn’t budge, so the uncle called her for him and set up a date for them.
Despite the slightly awkward first date, the duo had lots of fun and, long story short, started dating — they’re madly in love, they got married, and life couldn’t be better for them.
Dating a blind person is not without its challenges, but it can be very rewarding. Here are some things to know. According to Upworthy, even though a blind person may not be able to see you, first impressions are still very important, as is the way you smell and sound.
You also shouldn’t avoid date nights at the movie theatre either because there are now apps that let blind people enjoy movies, too.
What do you think of Anon’s incredibly wholesome story? On a scale from 1 to 10, how romantic do you find it? Let us know in the comments.