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Teen wears silly costumes to surprise little brother at bus stop

CBS News Thursday, 29 August 2019
A high school senior from Louisiana surprises his 12-year-old brother in silly costumes when he gets off the school bus every day. The costumes may be embarrassing for his little bro, but he's building memories before he leaves for college next year.
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News video: Louisiana teenager greets younger brother at bus stop in outrageous costumes

Louisiana teenager greets younger brother at bus stop in outrageous costumes 01:18

This 17-year-old wears hilarious costumes to greet his younger brother every day as he gets off the school bus.

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