If there’s anything pure left in this world, it’s the cast of Stranger Things.
Earlier this week, Twitter user @ayenalambat tweeted that her younger brother had invited eight boys over for his Stranger Things birthday party and not one of them showed up.
my brother invited 8 of his classmates for his stranger things themed bday party & none of their punk selves showed up pic.twitter.com/Rw8wC5uNjo
— ayen (@ayenalambat) March 18, 2018
According to Teen Vogue, the party had everything one could possibly need: A Stranger Things lights cake, Christmas lights adorning the walls, the show’s logo splattered across everything (including the birthday boy’s t-shirt!) and a red beverage (likely fruit punch) that was appropriately named “Demagorgon blood.”
The tweet went totally viral and caught the attention of so many people. Other users were claiming that this time in his life is rough and that kids can be harsh. Others claimed that he should decline any invitation to the missing kids’s future parties. Others tweeted in a landslide about how they would be there next year to support him with as many people as they could muster.
Also hoping to catch an invite next year? The show’s cast!
Eleven herself, Millie Bobby Brown, tweeted his sister back saying, “What!!!! Oh Well You can let them all know that everyone on behalf on Stranger things would’ve come.” She also said that she thought he was awesome and would like an invite next year.
What!!!! Oh Well You can let them all know that everyone on behalf on Stranger things would’ve come! I think your awesome and next year I would like an invite… Please? ??? https://t.co/gNir0sMpsm
— Millie Bobby Brown (@milliebbrown) March 20, 2018
But the fun didn’t stop there! Seeing Brown’s response, fellow star Gaten Matarazzo chimed in saying that he would bring the pudding.
Count me in too! I’ll bring the chocolate pudding ???
— Gaten Matarazzo (@GatenM123) March 20, 2018
And to think, no one wanted to come to this amazing party! Look how it has turned around and garnered such a huge and positive response.
Here’s to hoping he has a much better birthday next year—we’re sure he will.