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User avatar #225 - SecondRealAccount (12/05/2012) [-]
>Be me in 2nd grade
>Everyone is writing letters to soldiers deployed over seas
>Few months pass and we get letters back
>Everyone in class gets one except me
>Teacher doesnt acknowledge the fact that i dont have one
>Dont think much about it
>Fast forward to older, more mature self
>Look back on that moment
>Realize the soldier i wrote to died before he was able to read my letter or before he was able to write one back
#272 to #225 - heckflub (12/05/2012) [-]
#256 to #225 - partnerintroll (12/05/2012) [-]
>Be me in US Army
>Getting awesome letters from 2nd graders. Mine was from this sweet kid. Wrote about ice cream and how his teacher is mean and ****
>Be a Class A Badass, serving for the Green Berets
>Am reading everyone else's awesome letter for the fiftieth time, feels good to listen to someone thats not all about locker room talk
>Save mine for later
>pull it out, look at the cute drawing
>about to open it up to read it
>Sand ****** sniper misses me, shoots it out of my hand
>Proceed to **** **** up
>Mfw that kid probably thinks I'm dead now
>Still looking for him, to say I'm sorry for never getting around to writing him back
User avatar #279 to #256 - archercarac (12/05/2012) [-]
You're a good man.
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#263 to #251 - CrazyPsycho (12/05/2012) [-]
Would be ****** up though.. honestly if i was a soldier deployed over seas in some hellish of a land full of people that want to kill you as soon as you turn your back on them. i wouldn't mind.. / would probably even greatly enjoy a little tiny letter from a 2nd grader telling me how good of a person they think i am for what i'm doing and they're hopes for me to come home safe (even though they were probably forced to write some sappy **** .. it would still brighten my day at least for a little bit.)
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