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This story teaches you at least two valuable life lessons. Never take a bet you might later regret. And never underestimate the power of social media. SEE ALSO: The internet is deathly afraid of this year's White House Christmas decorations Kelsey Hall, a 20-year-old student from the University of Alabama, posted on Twitter a pic of herself while wearing a Christmas tree costume and challenged Twitter to give her 1,000 retweets and she'd wear it for the rest of the semester: 1,000 retweets and I’ll wear this to all my classes for the rest of the semester pic.twitter.com/uzIDepK43k — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 3, 2017 But as the retweets trickled in, she soon regretted it: Guys I️ really don’t want to do this — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 People got back on Twitter just to retweet her: Aww! Yay! — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 5, 2017 Calls to retweet her multiplied over the hours and Kelsey started to get nervous: Everyone needs to calm down — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 You are the worst — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 I️ hate u — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 Next week — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 Even Twitter official account weighed in: Looking forward to people Tweeting about that kid wearing a Christmas tree costume to class every day. — Twitter (@Twitter) December 4, 2017 Looking at the retweets like pic.twitter.com/l6c4EGJyO4 — Creighton Ladd (@Creighton012) December 4, 2017 Kelsey was now resigned to taking up the challenge: “What’s your biggest regret in life?” Me: This https://t.co/qU4O0opsZ6 — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 The tweet got more than 15,000 retweets, and she had to follow through: Proof that I️ follow through https://t.co/cybZlxMi1E — Kelsey Hall (@kelseyhall1313) December 4, 2017 Thank you to everyone who helped my friend reach her goal!! You have no idea how much this means to me!!!!!!!!! (📹: @katbielinski) pic.twitter.com/MObXGeenGA — Lucy Sweetall (@lucetheguce) December 4, 2017 I mean, seriously, look at her face: Dreams really do come true y’all #RollTide pic.twitter.com/BMUdJn8UEl — Colin (@C_Mil11) December 4, 2017 Closer... The face of regret pic.twitter.com/l9np2XaGMa — Snazzy Shak (@Simple_Shak) December 4, 2017 This is the face of regret. Lesson learned. WATCH: Forget 3D printing, molding is all the rage right now
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