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This sponsored boy in the Dominican Republic gets silly in class! Some kids in the Dominican Republic can’t go to school because their parents can’t afford school fees or supplies. Sponsors help pay for school so kids can learn.

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I have a wooden mustache!

Xander, 9 Wayne, Penn.

Don’t let it FFFFAAAALLLL!

Titus, 7 Meadow Vista, Calif.

I write with my nose and lips … it is a habit.

Elizabeth, 11 Siloam Springs, Ark.

Would you like to order?

Eliana, 10 Burleson, Texas

When can I put my lips down?

Naela, 8 Laporte, Minn.

I use a lot of hair gel so my mustache doesn’t droop.

Katelyn, 12 Knoxville, Tenn.

I can do it!

Lydia, 8 Meadow Vista, Calif.

Don’t let it fall!

Briella, 5 Farmington, Mich.

Why do I have a pencil on my mouth? I don’t want to smell it!

Kehli, 4 Ensenada, Mexico

He’s supposed to write on PAPER!

Timothy, 3 Houston, Texas

Don’t fall, don’t fall! Just a little longer!

Leilani, 6 Hot Springs Village, Ark.

Check out my pencil-stache!

Naomi, 8 Pittsburgh, Penn.

Does anyone have a pencil sharpener?

Anna, 12 Bel Air, Md.

I mustache you a question … would you like to borrow my pencil?

Ethan, 11 Elgin, Ill.

I have one excuse for doing tricks in school. It is: I’m still thinking!

Hannah, 10 Matthews, N.C.

Look, Ma! Mustache!

Richie, 11 Jacksonville, Fla.

Hmm? This pencil smells weird!

Timothy, 9 Geneseo, N.Y.

I balanced it!

Izzy, 11 Denver, Colo.

I have The Force in my nose.

Nicole, 9 Bel Air, Md.

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