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'That's a boy?' Two-year-old mocked in Polk County Wal-Mart for wearing a 'cute girly headband,' mom says

A Polk County, Fla., mom has created a sensation by blogging about what happened to her 2-year-old son -- wearing a "cute girly headband" with a pink lace flower on it -- in a local Wal-Mart:

Out of nowhere a big booming voice rang out. "THAT'S a BOY?!" The man was overly large with a bushy beard and a camouflage shirt with the arms cut off. He had tattered shorts and lace-up work boots with no laces. I could smell the fug of cigarette smoke surrounding him, and there was a definite pong of beer on him.

"Yes," I said simply, still smiling.

With no notice, the man stepped forward, grabbed the headband off of Dexter's head and threw it to the bottom of our shopping cart. He then cuffed Dexter around the side of his head (not hard, but that is not the point) and said with a big laugh, "You'll thank me later, little man!"

Click here to read more at Huffington Post.


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