Older siblings often act as the protectors for their younger sisters and brothers. Either that or they’re extremely hard on the little ones! But one older sister was unwilling to let her little sister’s bullies get away with the horrible things they had done her sibling. Because twelve-year-old Ava recently learned that her little sister was being bullied by other students at her school, she immediately knew that she had to do something to stop them – and that’s when she came up with this amazing plan that has since gone viral on social media thousands of times over.

Ava’s plan to teach her sister’s bullies a lesson came to light thanks to their family babysitter, Daisy. Daisy learned what Ava was up to and was so impressed with the little girl’s scheme that she snapped photos of it and uploaded it for all to see onto Facebook. Ava had written an “invitation” to her sister’s bullies – but anyone who reads the entire thing will quickly come to the realization that they are messing with the wrong little girl.

The cover of Ava’s “invitation” was sweet enough. It was written on bright pink paper and included the words, “You’re invited,” along with a hand-drawn heart in the middle. However, the true purpose of the handwritten note became clear as soon as the little girl’s bullies open it up and read what the bigger sister has to say.

“Hey there,” Ava opens her letter, addressing it to the bullies who are Elke, Grace, and Ashely.

“You are officially invited to stop being jerks to my sister.

“When: Right now!

“Where: Everywhere!

“What to bring: Bring your nasty attitude and throw it right in the trash.

“Why: You guessed it, folks. You’re being jerks!

“RSVP: Ava at (859)-BYE-JERK or Ava@KindlyFreakingStop.com”

Although that might have been enough to teach most bullies a lesson, Ava was very hurt that her little sister was being targeted by the three bullies at school. Because of that, she was not willing to let these bullies off easy, so she included one last thing to make sure they understood the gravity of the situation.

“*If you can’t make it, don’t worry. You are welcome to come to my angry and emotional seventh-grade wrath instead! Hope you can make it.”

On the back, Ava filled out more words to let the bullies know that they were done harming her little sister.

“Really though,” she wrote on the back along with “stop” in about twenty different languages. She finished her handwritten note with, “Here is the word ‘stop’ in twenty languages because English isn’t enough for you!”

Ava knew exactly what to say to teach her sister’s bullies a lesson. Hopefully, this invitation reached the intended audience and made it clear to them that they need to stop ganging up against the little girl.

Bullying continues to be a problem and has not gone anywhere during the COVID-19 pandemic. While many students were in distance learning, instances of cyberbullying rose, and students were inundated with negativity. Fortunately, people like Ava are willing to stand up for people who can’t stand up for themselves.

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