A true role model


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13 Feb 2018 18:53 - +4307
I have always found that the skating community is very open and helping.
13 Feb 2018 18:10 - +1041
This made my day
13 Feb 2018 18:42 - +886
Any little thing can mean the world to a kid.
13 Feb 2018 19:32 - +672
I used to skateboard a lot when I was a teenager. There are a lot of misperceptions of skaters. And stuff like this happens a lot because everyone has to be taught certain things that you can't figure out one your own, ollying being the main one. But this was sweet.
13 Feb 2018 18:26 - +631
I'm not crying... You're crying...
13 Feb 2018 19:39 - +343
Not gunna lie browsing through r/all I thought this was r/insanepeoplefacebook at the start of the paragraph, this is a nice surprise.
13 Feb 2018 19:23 - +289
Well, I'm not a skater but a roller, but doesn't matter for this; no one give a shit about your gender on a skate park. It's all about the skills and improving. The only complains i saw on skate parks were for kids using it as a slides, in that case... sorry but it's not a kids playground but a sports facility.
13 Feb 2018 18:20 - +257
I havent been on reddit long, but i must have seen this post at least three times recently.
13 Feb 2018 18:34 - +236
Damn. That was the sweetest thing.
13 Feb 2018 18:58 - +135
" in order to change the world, you must be that change "
13 Feb 2018 18:57 - +86
And the moral of the story is: the mum is an asshole for prejudicing people.
13 Feb 2018 19:32 - +83
/r/WholesomeMemes I love this it's awesome and sucks that the mom had to have that idea but I'm glad it was proved wrong. Faith in humanity restored :)
13 Feb 2018 20:01 - +66
3 years old. But great story. Here is an article on it: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3283929/Mother-six-year-old-terrified-taking-skateboarding-s-not-girls-praises-teen-boy-helped-learn-despite-getting-teased-friends.html
13 Feb 2018 19:56 - +38
You could just say "thank you" to the teenager next time...
13 Feb 2018 19:54 - +32
"...you're feet are wrong." Oh dear, dad.
13 Feb 2018 19:39 - +26
Sense of pride *and accomplishment* FTFY
13 Feb 2018 18:58 - +25
It's a Skateboard Paradise and Dad-in-Training Park.
13 Feb 2018 20:10 - +17
The skater community gets a bad reputation thanks to the mother's who do turn around when they hear teens "swearing and smoking" The real skaters have more ambition than you can imagine, the ones who get up after eating shit in front of a crowd only to attempt the same trick 5-10 more times, on film. That's ambition.
13 Feb 2018 20:16 - +15
It would be rare to see a little kid trying to learn and not see others in a skate park help them out or give them props. It's a seriously misunderstood community of people who don't feel like outcast in the first place. That's why we all have so much respect for each other. I do however wish skateboarders would grow up with the whole scooter thing.
13 Feb 2018 19:21 - +15
Not a cape in sight, but I’m pretty sure he became her hero.. even if for only a moment.
13 Feb 2018 20:28 - +11
This is super sweet, but that guy looks like he’s about 23
13 Feb 2018 21:07 - +8
Same thing happened at a park that I skated in. Everyone in the park was smoking and playing loud ass music and this little girl comes and tries to skate. Turns out all the dudes saw her and they instantly tried to help the little girl out to get her started off in the right foot. Then her parents come and thank every one of us. Skate community gets a lot of shit but damn I've never met a group more friendlier than them, everyone's so support because they know how hard it is.
13 Feb 2018 20:07 - +8
*roll model
13 Feb 2018 19:57 - +8
A good story. But weird that it is a good story. Should be a standard story.
13 Feb 2018 20:17 - +6
Left with a sense of pride and accomplishment...
13 Feb 2018 20:12 - +5
This repost gets more pixelated every time it gets reposted
13 Feb 2018 21:00 - +4
I don't have the link but I'm on mobile but someone tracked him down and this guy turned out to be like, 19 and worked as a skate instructor.
13 Feb 2018 20:53 - +4
That guy clearly has / had a little sister. Nice to see a little compassion and encouragement.
13 Feb 2018 19:46 - +3
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