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This son’s heartfelt Mother’s Day greeting got an epic response from his mom

Mother’s Day is one of those days where we honor our mothers and thank them for all the sacrifices they have done for us. And on this day, most people would exert extra effort to show how much they love their mothers.

Some mothers would get emotional or touched by the effort showed by their children and the recognition they receive on this special day. But there are some who are just not having it…

Facebook user Cladgedon Argawanon shared screenshots of his heartfelt greeting to his mom for Mother’s Day. And the response he got from it?

via Cladgedon Argawanon
via Cladgedon Argawanon

It’s that one letter we all hate seeing in our conversations or text messages!

via Cladgedon Argawanon
via Cladgedon Argawanon

“Yung binuhos mo lahat ng effort,” Argawanon said on his post.

We all know the feeling of being “K-zoned” by our parents. Most of us can probably relate that it’s a little bit frustrating when you’ve sent your parents, or someone you know, a well-composed message and all you’ll get in reply is “K”.

But despite that one-letter answer, we know it could mean “Thank you” or “I love you.” This may not apply to all situations, but we’d like to think that’s how our parents feel whenever they say K sometimes, right?

K? K.

via Tenor
via Tenor

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