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As a 21st century teen, there certainly had been times when I got so frustrated ‘cos my parents didn’t understand the word ‘trend’.

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Honestly, are they even my parents if they don’t ask about my hair and shirt and pants and shoe and bag and phone cover before I even step out of the house?

In Japan, a girl didn’t know whether to laugh or cry when she saw what her grandmother has done to her ripped jeans, according to Nextshark.

FYI at all parents out here: ripped jeans are intentional, no we did not get cheated of our money, and no they are not ugly.

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It is called fashion.

Anyways,  Japanese Twitter user Tomomi is among the many who caught up with the trend and owns a pair of ripped jeans.

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However, Tomomi’s grandmother Shizu mistook her ripped jeans to be you know, ripped, but unintentionally.

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By patching a fabric underneath the hole, the grandmother managed to ‘mend’ Tomomi’s ripped jeans.

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Poor Tomomi! She lost a good pair of ripped jeans, but at the same time, she must have felt loved.

Ah Hock loved Michelle and asked her, ‘Ai stead mai?’ in the 90s. Today, he tried again but would it work? Prepare some tissue paper and watch their love story here:

What were you do if you were her?

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