These 10 letters kids sent to deployed troops will make you smile

Words can’t be expressed how grateful deployed troops are when they receive care packages and letters from back home. A swarm of grown men and women will hover around them just to get whatever goodies they can out of them.

I’ve seen people fight over chocolate that made it through the trip (spoiler alert: there’s a one in a million chance it doesn’t melt on the war over.) I’ve seen someone buy a pack of Girl Scout cookies for $50. I still wear a 550-cord band that I got in one of mine because a kid wrote that it’d keep me safe. Technically, you can’t prove the kid wrong.

The letters from the kids are the amazing. The letters fall somewhere between savage as f*ck to random as sh*t. These are some of the best from the Internet.

1. Thank you. Don’t Die

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Thanks, kid. I’ll try not to.

2. This ‘Merican AF dragon!

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I said consummate ‘v’s!

3. Call Me Maybe

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And now we all have that song stuck in our heads… Thanks, Maddie.

4. My mom likes drinking wine

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Awesome!

5. You rock more than AC/DC or Metallica, or Red Hot Chili Peppers

Kid knows AC/DC, Metallica, and Chili Peppers, even if he can’t spell them? Yeah. He’s probably going to enlist some day.

6. Thank you for fighting in the war

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Don’t know if spelling error or not… But we do whatever it takes to keep our country proud of us!

7 Happy America Nut’s Kream

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Meow America, indeed.

8. My Grandpa Bob was in the Navy and now he loves peanuts.

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Peanuts. Yes, peanuts. Couldn’t possibly be anything else.

Related: The complete hater’s guide to the US Navy

9. You’ll probably never get to see your family again

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Thanks for caring, Donovan.

10. My dad said you guys are fighting a bunch of goat f*ckers.

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For someone who doesn’t know what a goat f*cker is, Jack has some pretty good spelling and penmanship.

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