These parents got their child's teachers a hilarious personal gift

NEWS Parents give teachers bottles of wine with son's

DJ's parents got the teacher bottles of wine, but the labels on the bottles were replaced with a photo of the student.

The parents of an OH student chose to give teachers an unusual gift: wine with a picture of the student's face on it.

DJ Sommers, the older brother of the child pictured on the wine bottle, posted a photo of the gifts to Twitter, where they quickly garnered more than 39,000 likes and 6,500 retweets.

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Sommers wrote that his parents get his brother's teachers a gift every year but it's usually just a small candle or flower. In fact, there are options to purchase one of your own on pages like WithaTwistLabelingCo found on Etsy.

Beavercreek resident Mary Sommers tells the Dayton Daily News she doubted the teachers needed any more mugs, but, she joked, "who doesn't need a glass of wine after teaching a kid like mine?" Inscribed on the label is the witty message "our child might be the reason you drink".

Thankfully for the teachers, DJ's little brother is the last Sommers boy to go through the high school - though their little sister will be a freshman next year.

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