American child promises meteorologist who visited his school unicorn servants and a throne
Forget being obsessed with rock stars or Hollywood actors, schoolboy Flint, from Austin, Texas, is his local weatherman’s biggest fan. Flint was so excited to have met KVUE meteorologist Albert Ramon at his school that he wrote him a long thank you note. It all begins pretty normally for a fourth-grader, “Thank you for coming to our school and teaching us about the weather.” Brownie points to Flint for being so polite, right? But then it all got a little bizarre. Flint didn’t just want to say thank you. Oh, no. He wanted to promise Albert that once he’s become “Ultra-Lord of the universe” Albert can live in his “200 story castle” where unicorn servants will apparently feed him doughnuts off of their horns.Albert clearly made a good impression on Flint. The boy described Albert as being “more awesome than a monkey wearing a tuxedo made out bacon riding a cyborg unicorn with a lightsaber for the horn”. Yes, Albert must rock. As Albert no doubt knows, when it rains it pours, and little Flint finished the whole thing off with a drawing of said unicorn and throne.
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