An Ohio couple gave wine bottles with their son's face on the label to his teachers for Christmas this year, figuring they might need it.
"How many coffee mugs does a teacher need?"
She said the teachers appreciated the gift. "This year they got them bottles of wine and replaced the labels with their own with my brother on them". It has been liked 35,000 times and retweeted more than 5,000 times since it was posted on December 18.
"Best thing I've seen all day", wrote one person on Sommers' Twitter account.
The mother said Jake isn't a bad kid, but he is "that kid" - a trait he received from his mom.
In Jake's case, the buckeye didn't fall far from the tree. She added "he always has something to say".
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DJ said he's been contacted by a representative from "Good Morning America" and CNN, as well as television stations from around the country.
Dayton resident D.J. Sommers took to his Twitter account to note that his parents chose to give a different sort of Christmas gift to his younger brother's teachers this year.
It's the gift that keeps on giving, especially for teachers or parents - wine.
His sister Sarah also attended Ascension.
"The teachers deserve the wine, that's all I'm going to say", Mary told Buzzfeed. "I thought it was amusing", he said.