Moving away to college can be tough your first year. You’re on your own for the first time, trying to make new friends, and figure out what you’re doing with the rest of your life. Not easy.
That’s why nice parents send care packages—a kind reminder that you have support back home. Usually filled with sugary treats or gift cards or clothes, care packages through potentially trying times.
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Connor Cox thought that was the package his mother had sent recently. Only when he opened the box, he discovered it was all trash—trash he’d been lazy to take out when he was home for winter break.
“I guess I thought I could get away with it all and have her clean it up, but she showed me otherwise,” Connor told Buzzfeed.
As if this wasn’t enough, Connor’s sister shared with the digital world that Connor’s mother was quite proud of her stunt.
Actually it was the trash you left on your floor. she was v proud of herself hahaha
— Mackenzie Cox (@cox_mackenzie) January 31, 2017
Bet next time all of us will remember to take out the trash when we’re back home.