Teen Was Laughed At And Sees 13 Girls Standing In Front Of Him When Got Rejected Before Homecoming

It takes a lot of confidence to ask someone out like for a homecoming especially when you’re the type that is shy and not-so-popular student and have never done it before.

Dakota Nelton, a sophomore from Gray, Louisiana, pumped up his game and ask his friend to the homecoming dance. He haven’t done this before so it was a big moment for him.

But unfortunately the girl rejected him and it happened in front of their class, who laughed and mocked him.

Dakota walked away from the students laughing at him, devasted and wanted to get lost. “It was a tough moment standing in a small circle with the one nod and you just want to get away from that circle,” he told WGNO New Orleans.

Making the matter worse? The rejection was posted on Facebook. A lot of people saw the teen being mocked and laughed at.

A few days after, Dakota went to school not knowing what will happen to him.

While walking at the hallways, he was stopped by a group of girls holding a sign.

Stranger Brings The Dog Back To His Owner When Bitter Ex-Boyfriend Abandons His Girlfriend’s Dog

Last November, a pit bull mix was found alone in Maryland.

Luckily, the dog had a microchip, and the Caroline County Humane Society was able to find the owner place on Wichita, Kansas.

Eventually, voulunteers from the Humane Society were able to get in touch with the owner, and that’s when they found out the story of how he ended up at Maryland.

The dog, who named Zimba, had went to a road trip with the owner’s boyfriend. Then when they were away they broke up, leaving the boyfriend angry and upset. He was so upset that he left the dog in Maryland,and stopped answering the phone calls from the owner who’s his girlfriend, CBS Local Baltimore reports.

Zimba’s owner had been searching for him since he was gone and was “thrilled”” to know he was safe. However, she couldn’t figure out on how could she retrieve him due to the 1,000 mile journey and her job and kids.

Then, Zach Holt heard Zimba’s story.

Zach used to work at the shelter together with his girlfriend. When she told him about Zimba, he directly offered to bring back the dog home to the owner. He says he’s a bartender who only works on weekends, so his entire week is free and thinks “why not?”

So Zach gets Zimba and returned him to his owner.

Zach and Zimba haven’t arrived at his place yet, but they’re having a good time on their road trip, which you can see along on the Caroline County Humane Society Facebook page. Zach says he can’t wait to see the faces of the owner when Zimba finally gets home.

Zach didn’t asked for anything on this journey, but the Humane Society is raising funds to pay for the expenses of the road trip.

Bikers Grab A Casket For Tribute To A Marine Vet Who Dies Alone And No One Claim Him

Military members who died and not claimed by their families were laid to rest with no acknowledgement.

Some veterans who die with or without relatives to claim them. Then there are those families who simply don’t want to claim them.

People deserves a dignified funeral, and these heroic men and women who risked their lives to their country deserves it.

Robert Krause served as a Marine. When he died, no one claimed him.

“Once I’ve heard a rumor that a veteran dies twice: first on the battlefield and second when people forgets them,” said Marine Corps and US Army veteran Nick Morales. “If there’s anything we can do to prevent it, then will do it.”

And so Nick and the members of his biker’s association showed up at Robert’s funeral service and gave him a dignified burial.

Robert received a funeral he deserved, completet with a motorcycle escort and wonderful tribute to him. They were proud to be with him the day of his burial.