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Three-time Grammy award winner Pink was recently nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album for Beautiful Trauma, her seventh studio album from 2017.

But on Sunday's awards show, Ariana Grande took home the coveted honor for her album, Sweetener.

Though Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, lost out on a Grammy for this year, no one was more devastated than her daughter, Willow, 7, and son Jameson, 2.

So they decided to do something special for mom to console her.


Turns out the 39-year-old pop singer/songwriter from Doylestown, Pennsylvania, received a Grammy anyway, but this version was so much better.

It was a homemade trophy made of aluminum foil and filled with a lotta love.

She posted a picture of Willow holding up the crinkly-sculpted delight and captioned it with, "Thanks Kids:) my favorite kind of award."


To make it official, the base of the award was scrawled with: "Best Pop Vocal Album, 2019 Grammy Awards – Pink - 'Beautiful Trauma.'"

The singer, who did not attend the ceremony, conceded the loss of her 20th Grammy nomination, calling it "kinda rad."

"I'm always honored to be included. Now to get this sick baby in the bathtub. Congrats to all the nominees! Have fun tonight."


People favored the makeshift consolation prize over the gilded gramophone award.


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Pink/Instagram



Pink/Instagram

On Twitter, Pink's dedicated fans reminded her that she is, and will always remain, a winner.







Others recalled her famous gravity-defying performance of "Glitter in the Air" from 2010's Grammys which will never be topped.



How can you not beam when you look at one of Pink's greatest life achievements?



Congratulations, Pink! You're a winner in every sense of the word. Just look at the imperfect perfection of your tinfoil Grammy sparkling on your mantle, reminding you that you are loved.

There aren't too many things that would make you go, "Man, I'd rather go to hell than be here right now. Hell has demons, torture, fire, and all the ill-prepared pizza they can shove down my throat." However, if you had to choose between these people's predicaments and hell, you'd probably be ready to have pizza for dinner.

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You don't need to have children to be successful, but gender roles and societal expectations are awful. Just ask any woman you know: Chances are she's been poked and prodded and interrogated over her decision not to have children.

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Dad jokes can feel like the unloved step-sibling of the comical world. "Why would we laugh at something so obvious and stupid?"

Becuase it's hilarious, that's why. Just check out the following entries below and see for yourself.

Reddit user, u/GrotiusandPufendorf, wanted to know what the funniest jokes on the planet are when they asked:

What is your favorite dad joke?

A Murder Of Cows?

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Dad: Look at that flock of cows over there.

Kids: A HERD of cows.

Dad: Of course I heard of cows, there is a flock of them right over there.

Note: pulled that joke successfully a few times, and my kids even did it to their summer camp instructor.

ManOfLaBook

We Should Probably Leaf

At the park with my girls: "Dad, can we go play?"

Me: "sure, just stay away from those trees over there"

Girls: " umm...ok, why?"

Me: " I don't know...they look a little shady to me."

Good for producing eye rolls

Fleurdelis502

What Better Way To Carry It Home

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"Would you like the milk in the bag?"

Dad: "No thanks, you can keep it in the carton."

Captain-Yesh

Scrambled Or Over-Easy?

Dad at breakfast: I'll have bacon and eggs, please

Waiter: How do you like your eggs?

Dad: I don't know, I haven't gotten them yet!

roman12325

Feeling The Humor

Dad: "Nice shirt, is that felt?"

Not Dad: "No."

Dad: Reaches over and touches sleeve "It is now!"

Cheese_Pancakes

That Joke Killed!

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Why do graveyards have gates?

Because people are dying to get in.

My Dad always told it passing a graveyard.

Vlaed

Lean Back. Lean Back.

"I love my furniture. My recliner and I go way back."

akaShadezz11

Stating The Obvious, But Still Hilarious

I had a terrible day yesterday. As I was walking home, a man in a wheelchair stole my camouflage jacket!

As he was wheeling away, I shouted after him, "you can hide but you can't run!"

Jantra

Give It A Second...

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A magician was walking down the street.

Then, he turned into a grocery store.

aworldwithoutshrimp

Car Humor. That's All.

Dad putting car in reverse

Dad: Ahh, this takes me back

Hkatsupreme

That's Always The Point

Not a joke in the traditional sense but, when I'm at a restaurant and the waitress says "Do you wanna box for that?" I always reply with "No, but I'll wrestle you for it."

No one ever gets it but it makes me laugh. And that's the point, right?

bdoz138

And the King of Them All...?

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I tell dad jokes.

Sometimes he laughs.

Moleskin21

Believing in dub stuff as a kid is par for the course. When we're children, we're just tinier humans with less life experience, right? But let's be real- some of the dumb things we believed were actually really, really dumb.

u/ThePolishPA asked: What's the dumbest thing you believed as a child?

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They always say, don't meet your heroes. But here's the thing- sometimes your heroes are actually just chill, normal people. This can be refreshing in a world of egos.

A Quora user asked: Who's the nicest celebrity you've ever met?

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Oprah Winfrey may no longer be doling out free cars by the dozens like she did on her long-running day time talk show.

But that doesn't mean her generosity is history.

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