At an award ceremony at an elementary school in Charlotte, N.C., a mother photographed a little girl walking around holding a can of Bud Light as the girl's mother took pictures of her.
The mother says that her son is "fighting for his life" some days because of germs he may have caught from other children.
"I post a lot of stuff on Facebook, so I thought a few of my friends would chime in," Herbert Smith says of posting the bar's dress code. "But what happened next I was not expecting."
The woman welcomed the little boy "with open arms" when he crawled into her lap at a high school football game.
"When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase, or endorse their product. Bye-bye Nike," the principal wrote on Facebook.
A Canadian woman is taking the term "bridezilla" to the next level after her Facebook wedding rant went viral.
Laurel Boone Hutsell recommended that her son Carter wear a green shirt, so that it would really pop against any gray or taupe background the school would be using.
A woman, who describes herself as a Kmart addict, took the plunge and got the store's logo forever tattooed onto her ankle.