Son Gifts Dad his Dream Car for Christmas And We All Cry
Son Gifts Grandpa His Dream ‘55 Chevrolet Bel Air Car for Christmas
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The reason is pretty simple; we all have some eternal love for our first car, but most of us that car can be a really bad investment, but not for this man. He did love his car and didn’t consider it as bad investment.
He didn’t get the chance to properly enjoy the car and to ‘say goodbye’ as we all did.
The man we are talking about became a bit of internet sensation after breaking his grandson’s PlayStation 4 with a wrench because he didn’t bake him Christmas cookies.
The video of him doing it got over 26 million views, and so a full YouTube show called Angry Grandpa emerged, a channel that constantly gets around one million views per video.
Because who doesn’t love to watch fake stuffs that are only a bit funny.
If you are familiar with the YouTube channel, then you know that Angry Grandpa is a lot of things, but a good actor isn’t one of them. Which only means that those are real tears.
The basic line is that Angry Grandpa was once a 16-year-old kid who had a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. The story goes like this: he got the car from his parents, but when his sister and her husband went to California, they took the car for the trip.
The Chevy broke down on the way, and his sister then sold it to a junkyard, and so Angry Grandpa never got to see it again.
After the YouTube channel got big, it transformed into money, so the son who is obviously running the show, decided to repay the old man by giving him a car as a Christmas gift.
But he made sure he was able to keep getting his dad these presents in the future, so decided to make a video out of it.
Just like a true TV star, the son tricks the old man into believing they just happened to come across the car, just so he can have him tell the story himself and get out that tear for the audience to see.
But he doesn’t say a word about the car, not until later on the same day; he arranges to have the car dropped to their house.
The scene gets sad and happy; happy because the man gets his dream car, and sad because the son is so cruel that he is using his father’s emotions to make money.
What do you think of this Son Gifts Grandpa His Dream ‘55 Chevrolet Bel Air Car for Christmas? What did you get your father this year? Do you need some ideas? If you can’t afford a bad-ass car, maybe you should try something less expensive.
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