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This middle schooler asked his mom to pack him two lunches a day for the sweetest reason.

This 14-year-old boy and his mom may have single handedly restored my faith in America today. Josette Duran, from New Mexico, had been packing her 14-year-old son, Dylan, an extra school lunch every day, at his request. For awhile, she just assumed he was hungry (teenagers!). But then she eventually found out the real reason, and it's heartbreakingly sweet. "Are you not getting full boo?" Duran asked her son, she wrote in a Facebook post which has since gone viral.
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