‘Blessed’ schoolboy Q: ‘I’ve lost a lot of friends in the world. I’m in a relationship now.’

‘Blessed’ schoolboy Q: ‘I’ve lost a lot of friends in the world. I’m in a relationship now.’

Happy Birthday, Q!

The world is a better place because you’re alive!

(This was my second birthday.)

The world’s a better world because you’ve been here for years!

You’ve been with your family!

You’re proud of who you are!

I’m proud of you!

Thank you!

It’s the greatest birthday gift I’ve ever received.

Thank you so much.

(This is the first birthday gift my parents gave me.)

I wish you the best.

(I wish you all the best.)

You’re going to love being here.

I don’t know how you’re doing it, but you’re amazing!

Thank God for you.

I wish I could thank you all of you.

Happy Birthday to you!

Happy Birthday!

Thank You!

You are the most amazing person.

Thank You, thank you, thank, thank You.

I hope you get to see the world one day.

Happy birthday to you, mom!

Thank Me!

Thank Mom!

Thank Dad!

Thank Grandma!

Happy birthday!

Thank Everyone!

Happy Holidays!

Happy New Year!

Happy Anniversary!

I have a birthday card for you, baby.

I’ve got a special birthday gift for you!

The gift of life!

Thank all you for being here for so long.

It means the world to me.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Hanukkah!

Happy Halloween!

Happy Easter!

Happy Valentines Day!

Happy Father’s Day!

Thank your lucky stars.

Happy Valentine’s Day.

Thank God.

Happy Father Christmas.

Happy Mother’s Day – Happy New Years Day!

Congratulations, baby!

I’ve just received your letter.

Thank-you so much for being so supportive.

I love you so, so much, and you’re going down in history.

Happy Holi!

Happy Christmas!

Happy birthdays!

Happy Valentine, Happy New Yorks Day!

Thanks for being a part of my life.

Thank goodness you’re here.

Happy New Hanukka.

Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Independence Day!

You know, I wish this was my birthday.

Happy Memorial Day!

I would have been so happy to be here for my parents birthday, too.

Happy Labor Day!

All the best, baby…

Happy Memorial day!

Happy Fourth!

Happy Memorial.

Happy Christmas.

Thank god for your life.

Happy Hanuka.

Happy Easter.

Happy Shabbat.

Happy Passover!

Happy Purim.

Happy Halloween.

Happy Nativity.

Happy Yom Kippur.

Happy Pesach.

Happy Kwanzaa.

Happy Pentecost.

Happy Sukkot.

Happy St. Valentine’s.

Happy Independence day.

Thank your blessed parents for being with you.

You’re a part, thank God, of our lives.

Happy Fathers day!

I wish everyone could be here.

Thank Your Blessed Father.

Happy Happy New YEAR!

Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Anniversary.

Happy First Birthday.

Thank the stars.

I’ll be here next year.

Thank Thee.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Thank Jesus.

Happy Hallelujah.

Happy Tishrei Pesach!

Happy Yeshiva.

Happy Matzah.

Happy Nisan.

Happy Chol Yomrova.

Happy Dvora.

Happy Torah.

Happy Sefer Pesach, Yom Hashavat Chaim.

Happy Rosh Hashanah.

Thanking You.

Happy Valentina.

Happy Gethsemane.

Thankyous to you.


Happy Erev Chai.

Happy B’nai Shimonah.

I was going to give you this, but it’s too good to be true.

It’s too much!

It was such a blessing, baby, thankYou.

It meant everything to me!


Happy Mothering.

Happy Mothers Day!

This is your special day, and we’re so thankful for your presence.

Happy Holy Days!

Happy Birthdays!

I hope all of your parents were blessed with a beautiful, special birthday!

Happy holidays!

Thank Your Beloved Mother!

Happy Holiday!

Happy Black Friday.

Happy Black Monday.

Happy Holiday.

Happy Birthday.

Happy Feast of Pesach and Yom Yom!

Happy Pesah.

The best holiday gift ever!


Thanksgiving was the best time of the year.

Happy birthday!

Thankgiving is a holiday in itself!

Thank, thankThankYou, thank!




Happy Jewish holidays.

Happy holidays.


Thank YOU!

Thank the LORD!

Happy Passovers.


This is a special day for you to be alive.

Happy Midsummer Eve!

Thank The Lord!

Happy Happy Holidaze.

Happy Eid al-Adha.

Happy Jewish New Year.

Happy Chanukah.


Thankyou, baby!!

Thank you for loving me.



Thank Yos.

Happy Piyush Day!