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12-Year-Old Girl Creates Genius Party Invitation To Send To Her Little Sister’s Bullies

by Kim Wong-Shing
Kim Wong-Shing is a staff writer at LittleThings. Her work spans beauty, wellness, pop culture, identity, food, and other topics. She is a contributing writer at NaturallyCurly, and her work has also appeared in HelloGiggles, Lifehacker, Wear Your Voice Magazine, and other outlets. She grew up in Philadelphia, attended Brown University, and is now based in New Orleans.

A 12-year-old girl sent a fake party invitation to her little sister’s bullies, potentially earning her the “Big Sister of the Year” award.

Ava, 12, learned that her little sister faced bullying by several girls in her class. She decided to step up and defend her sister with a classy yet bold move: She invited the bullies to a fake “party.” The invitation is so amazing that her babysitter took photos and posted it on Twitter, where it received over 44,000 likes.

“You are officially invited to stop being jerks to my sister!” Ava’s bright pink card read.

“What to bring: Bring your nasty attitude and throw it right in the trash can!”

The card was full of brilliant details, like the RSVP addresses: Ava at (859)-BYE-JERK or Ava@kindlyfreakingstop.com. She also included the word “STOP” in a whopping 20 languages.

Where is this big sister, and how can I hire her to fight my battles for me?! Confronting bullies is hard, but this 12-year-old made it look easy.

A clever party invitation went viral on Twitter for showing the true power of a big sister’s love.

Twelve-year-old Ava found out that her little sister was being bullied at school.

And she was not about to let this bullying continue any longer.

But rather than strike back at the girls, Ava decided to take a creative approach. She created a sweet-looking pink party invitation.

The goal was to lead the bullies to believe that they were in for a fun sleepover with a cool older girl.

Instead, big sis invited the bullies to “stop being jerks to my sister!”

She filled out the card with every detail about the fake party, including the time (“right now!!”) and what to bring (“bring your nasty attitude and throw it right in the trash can!”).

The invitation even included an RSVP: Ava at (859)-BYE-JERK or Ava@kindlyfreakingstop@gmail.com.

“If you can’t make it, don’t worry, you are welcome to come to my angry and emotional 7th grader wrath instead!” she added.

On the back of the card, Ava neatly wrote the word “stop” in 20 languages — “cause English isn’t enough 4 you!”

Ava’s babysitter found the card and posted it to Twitter, calling Ava a “f***ing savage.” The tweet went viral, and it’s been teaching folks a lesson on friendship since 2016.

People are so proud of Ava, they want to buy her an ice cream.

Some people even want to contribute to her “party.”

Others just think the card is hilarious.

There are so many great parts of this card — like the word “STOP” written in 20 languages.

The babysitter’s post about Ava got over 44,000 likes on Twitter. But unfortunately, she never followed up with an update. Like, did the tween ever send the invite to the bullies? And if so, did the bullies accept their invite to “stop being jerks to my sister”?!

Or were they forced to come to the “angry and emotional 7th grader wrath” party instead?

I guess we’ll never know, but at least we have a new idol to look up to.