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For Christmas, Ohio teachers get wine bottles with student's face on labels

For Christmas, Ohio teachers get wine bottles with student's face on labels

Instead of the traditional candle or mug, teachers at an OH school are getting wine this holiday season.

For some parents, along with friends and family, their children's teachers make it on the gift list.

DJ Sommers posted photos of the bottles to Twitter (the face on the label belongs to his little brother).

DJ's tweet quickly went viral and his mom, Mary, is the talk of the town; she told WHIO that her son isn't a bad kid but that he is "that kid".

She and her husband, Paul Sommers, gave the wine to the teachers at their son Jake's school in Kettering.

Each bottle donned a custom label with a smiling photo of D.J.'s younger brother, Jake, and a caption reading "our child might be the reason you drink, so enjoy this bottle on us". "He's at the same, so the grade school he goes to now is the same one that I went through, my sister went through, and he went through so he'll be done in the spring and it'll be his previous year, so it was kind of more of a thanking the teachers for putting up with me and my sister and my brother". It's clear the internet believes this was a gift worth giving - and receiving.

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