One Friend Showed Up To His Birthday, So Mom Calls Radio Station And Superheroes Save The Day

by Giovanna Boldrini
Giovanna was born in Rome, Italy and currently resides in South Salem, New York. In her free time, she likes to cook with her children and grandchildren.

It takes only a few minutes, folks. If someone goes through the effort of sending you an invitation, the least you can do is send a quick RSVP in return.

Especially if that party is for a little boy.

Seven-year-old Max invited 30 friends to celebrate his birthday at a trampoline park, but when the big day arrived, only one other child and his sister showed up. Mom Susann told her son to keep his spirits up, but then she called into a local radio station to vent about the failed festivities and stress the importance of RSVPing for a party.

Luckily for everyone involved, a member from Houston Cosplay for Charity had her radio on that day and heard Max’s disappointing story — so she decided to do something about it!

One month after the original party, Max was taken back to the trampoline park. Instead of a bunch of other children, he got to party with superheroes like Wonder Woman, Batman, Deadpool, Captain America, and more!

“As we walked out of the party room to the play area, Max kept turning around to see an entourage of superheroes accompanying him,” said “Wonder Woman” after the party, “and the smiles from him let us know that this was going to be a very memorable day for him.”

And there’s one more adorable side note to all this: Max fully believed that his super-guests were the real deal. He apparently made a comment on the way home from the party about the superheroes not looking exactly like they do on TV or in the movies, and then he explained it to his mom: “I know why [they look different], though. Those guys are the real superheroes and don’t have time to run off and make movies all the time, so they have to hire actors to play them.”

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