Teen Dresses Up in Different Costumes to Meet His Little Brother's School Bus
Noah Tingle, 17, started meeting his little brother Max, 12, at the bus stop earlier this month.
A teen is making sure his brother gets a laugh every time he gets off the school bus.
Noah Tingle, 17, started meeting his little brother Max, 12, at the bus stop earlier this month, dressing up in costumes each day to surprise him, WBRZ reports.
“It’s my last year of high school and I saw he was coming off the bus when I was at home, so I wanted to embarrass him,” Tingle told the outlet.
From a clown to Santa Claus to Waldo, Tingle appeared right outside their Louisiana home each time the bus stopped, donning a new costume.
Tingle’s mom even created a Facebook page called “The Bus Brother” to showcase the teen's different looks, and the videos have gone viral.
Although Tingle said it will eventually have to come to an end, they will always have the memories.
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