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

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Jake's older brother DJ took to Twitter to share a photo of the brilliant gift that his parents personalized for 10 teachers in need of a big glass after dealing with Jake.

An Ohio couple says they chose to put their son's picture onto bottles of wine and distribute them to his teachers because the educators deserved more than the typical thank you gift.

But Mary Sommers of metro Dayton, Ohio said the teachers who taught her son this year deserved something a little more intoxicating. It's a photo of Jake Sommers, with the title "our child might be the reason you drink, so enjoy this bottle on us". So far, it has had more than 5,400 retweets and 36,000 shares. "This year they got them bottles of wine and replaced the labels with their own with my brother on them". "Happy holidays", DJ wrote on Twitter.

He said his parents chose the gift to recognize that while Jake isn't a bad kid, he is "that kid".

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Mary Sommers said the wine bottles seemed like an appropriate gift. "[Jake] always has something to say".

In most cases, a coffee mug would suffice as a Christmas gift for a hard-working teacher.

"None of the teachers were shocked by it", she told Buzzfeed.

"I guess my teachers deserve [the wine]", he said.