Most people's bucket lists are filled with extreme adventures like sky diving or bungee jumping, travelling the world or eating exotic delicacies. Others are more conservative like buying a home and starting a family.
For 11-year-old Jesse Magpantay, her list is closer to the former... but 100 times cuter.
i found my sister's bucket list? what the hell is she on pic.twitter.com/lDAldRtw17— Josh (@Asbronaut) February 5, 2017
"I found my sister's bucket list? what the hell is she on," Jesse's brother Josh Magpantay, 17, captioned a tweet of his sister's list last week.
The list, which has been retweeted nearly 9,000 times and liked 22,000 times, included nine detailed items like "Eat a hammer head shark, snake and bear," "Try Ariel silks" (she means aerial and she's adorable), "Eat 10 Taco Bell Dorito tacos" and "Win a Taco Bell Dorito taco eating contest."
Unsurprisingly, Taco Bell reached out to the Magpantays with a letter for their young fan. As did an aerialist who suggested a few local instructors for Jesse.
it happened guys pic.twitter.com/sR0nsu4bKU— Josh (@Asbronaut) February 10, 2017
"The first two seemed like childish-cute but then when I saw number three was intensely weird, I knew that it'd be online worthy," Josh told Today. "It was just so bizarre, honestly, but it was fitting."
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