Unfortunately, a lot of times in life, when we see something out of the ordinary we hold our breaths and expect the worst.
As sad as it is, there are some bad people in this world that ruin this whole “life” thing for the rest of us. When Twitter user @MikeDelMoro saw a bunch of intoxicated guys at a Bachelor party yelling at young teens coming home from the prom–he kind of thought it would end badly, seeing how people and alcohol sometimes end up in poor decisions and even worse outcomes. However, this story has nothing but a very happy, touching ending.
Michael Del Moro shared the story from Seaside Heights, New Jersey (home of the Jersey Shore) where not too long ago, a lot of people were homophobic and cruel.
Typically, guys are drunk with their friends acting some type of way.
Michael and his family were not into it.
But, they were worried when they saw a gay couple walking by dressed for the prom.
Clearly, they had every right to be worried–but, sometimes, society surprises us and does the right thing.
Clearly, this is a beautiful moment.
And, Michael thought it was a touching moment to share with everyone else on Twitter, especially those young LGBTQ community members who feel as though they are not accepted.
Another Twitter user found the boys photos, all dressed for prom. They are adorable.
Just look at this coordination.
People on Twitter were incredibly moved by this story, happy to see people celebrating love, and thankful to Michael for sharing it.
Everything about this thread gives me life on this Monday morning. Good for @JMiller_NJ and good for you, @MikeDelMoro. Moments like this remind me that we can still have a powerful impact in this place. So proud of you.
— Mi Seon Lee (@YourNewsGirl) May 14, 2018
This makes me so happy!!! pic.twitter.com/JwQlQ0XWLd
— Jennifer Austin (@JLAustin13) May 13, 2018
— Aaron Idelson (@AaronIdelson) May 14, 2018
What a surprisingly uplifting thread. Thank you.
— Dee’Challa 🖖 🇺🇸 (@Dee_Marketing) May 13, 2018
Adorable! And this gives me great joy…
— Dan Carmell 🏳️🌈 (@dan_carmell) May 13, 2018
They are adorable. Thanks for sharing this thread.
— Celeste Ng (@pronounced_ing) May 13, 2018
Man, this brought tears to this old dads eyes.
No matter who my son or daughter love, it us beautiful to see love honored.
So damn beautiful.
Thank you for sharing.
— Jim Berman (@jmberman) May 14, 2018
Wow. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely moment with us. Gives me hope ❤
— Eve (@EveHawk) May 13, 2018
Given how much crap you read about, I was expecting a horrific ending. Thanks for this encouraging story 🙂
— Alejandro Lozada (@lacreid) May 14, 2018