The next time you ask yourself "what's wrong with these kids today," just remember a guy like Kevin Curwick.
Kevin is 17 and goes to high school in Osseo, Minnesota. Recently, some kids at his school were being bullied on Twitter. So, Kevin decided to do something about it.
He quietly made his own Twitter account @OsseoNiceThings, where he praised the students who were being taunted.
Here's a few of his tweets.
"She is so good at dancing, she gets more scholarships than D1 athletes."
"Doesn't get enough credit for his effort Michael Day. He's a genuine guy, works hard on and off the field, he's just a great guy to know."
"A great artist, but even better friend."
Kevin wasn't personally attacked. He says he just wanted to look out for his friends.
No one knew it was him until now. And here's the best part.
Since Kevin started the @OsseoNiceThings page a few weeks ago, the accounts attacking his friends have disappeared.
Not only that, but Kevin was named a captain on his high school football team for the upcoming season.
You can find out more about Kevin's story here.
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