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September 28, 2018

Adorable 3-year-old tried to pay for family's dinner with Barbie credit card melts people's hearts

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Wendell Davenport, an employee at a Carrabba’s store in Indiana, took to Twitter to share that a three-year-old girl tried to pay for her family meal with a Barbie credit card.

The man who goes by @richhomiewen on Twitter uploaded two photos on his feed. The first one showed a little pink Barbie credit card placed on the check and the second one displayed three one-dollar bills on it.

He revealed that a three-year-old girl decided to pay for the food her family had ordered with the previously mentioned card.

As a way not to hurt her feelings and carry on with the game, Wendell wrote her a check very similar to the one people get when they actually pay. The toddler tipped him $3.

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GOING VIRAL

Soon after Wendell shared those tweets, people couldn’t stop retweeting it and saying that it was the most adorable thing they have seen. At the moment, it has almost 50,000 retweets and more than 250,000 likes.

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REACTING TO IT

Several people started a thread on Wendell’s tweet sharing their thoughts on it. Several people, including @lexgardner_, pointed out that the world needed more people like Wendell.

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Others, like @catielo06, said that she wished life expenses could be paid with a barbie credit card. Patrick Rauscher, another Twitter user, took the joke to a different level as he complained about Wendell putting the numbers of her client’s credit card online so that people could use it for fraud.

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LEARNING THE IMPACT

Even though Wendell probably shared that story just as a highlight of his day at work, he never expected it to be as widespread as it was. He later uploaded a video of himself “crying” when he learned the impact of his message.

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SPENDING $300 ONLINE

Another young girl in Odgen, Utah, was supposed to track a toy that she had ordered, but she ended up ordering $300-worth of toys without her parents’ consent or knowledge.

In a tweet that Ria Diyaolu, the cousin of the "Online Buyer," shared, she revealed that everyone found out what the girl had done when the many boxes were shipped in front of her home.

Ria later pointed out that the family donated most of the toys to the Children’s Hospital where the girl stayed for a week when she was a baby.

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