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Oh, young love.
One North Carolina woman was recently issued a mock public service announcement on Facebook, for mothers of high school girls across the country, tough to explain why the hair scrunchies, the “secret” character, the budding romance between the young teenagers and children.
Emily Covington told them that they couldn’t figure out why the fabric-covered hair tie bands were inexplicably scattered all over her house, cause her son to go back to school, Good Morning America reports.
“One day, all the scrunchies in the air. The first batch, and I don’t think that there is something to it and threw it in the trash, thinking that it was a fluke, or maybe I forgot,” Covington told the outlet.
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And then it happened again, she pressed her son to get the answers.
In response, the youngster told his mother that scrunchies are cool and new, a sign of affection in the school. The girls show the hair bands, in order to make their crushes, who are proud to wear them on their wrists as an accessory.
Taken aback, Covington jumped on Facebook to be there, spread the word, share a picture of it with a scrunchie stash of her child, had been gathered in the past week.
“A PSA to ALL HIGH SCHOOL GIRL’s MOTHERS! If you are tired of wasting money on hair scrunchies? Do you feel like you have to buy them every week? Curious as to why your daughter would not be able to keep up with them?” she wrote on Sept. 25.
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“It was cool to have your scrunchie on to someone who you think is cute, here is a stash that is, we have to put down just this week. So, stop wasting money and clogging up my dryer, and the funny thing, mom said.
“Well, let me let you in on a little secret… They are to be found in the air of any boy, mommy’s home,” Covington continued. “I’m just about to start a lost and found page on Facebook, or better yet, take them back to the school with a letter for me.”
“It was cool to have your scrunchie on to someone who you think is cute, here is a stash that is, we have to put down just this week. So, stop wasting money and clogging up my dryer,” she concluded, adding some hashtags “#SaveTheScrunchies”, “#IKnowHesCute” and “#BoyMomStruggles.”
Note that the ” mama’s special claims, has become viral, with more than 35,000 likes and more than 45,000 shares, to date.
“Oh, my god, my god!! I thought that I would have had the girls sneaking on or something…they’re everywhere!” as a co-parent is called.
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“This is why I continue to find clayton’s things, scrunchies,” another user agreed.
“It was cool to have your scrunchie on to someone who you think is cute, here is a stash that is, we have to put down just this week. So, stop wasting money and clogging up my dryer,” the funny mommy, it has to add some hashtags “#SaveTheScrunchies,””#IKnowHesCute” and “#BoyMomStruggles.”
“Girl, yes!!!!! Colt came home on a 4-on-his-arm. I told him to give them back,” one chimed in.
“You will forever be known as the Mother, who then took the scrunchie making a comeback,” another joked.
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Covington also told GMA that the women from around the country to have contact with her, since it’s a remarkable notion, explaining that the boys are expected to trade in the their relationships to their hoodies.
“It may seem innocent at first. However, I do think that if a boy likes a girl, he gives her his hoodie,” she claimed. “I told my son that he better be careful because I’m not buying him a new one and it was a very cold winter.”