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Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

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A Man Shot Fireworks From His Head Last Night And Instantly Killed Himself

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Why Foo Fighters’ First Album Isn’t Really A ‘Foo Fighters Album’

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Shaq Has Mixed Feelings About The Attention His Son Shareef Has Been Getting

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

This Runner Made The Mistake Of Celebrating His Victory A Moment Too Early

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

It’s Hip To Laugh At Huey Lewis’ Music, But Here’s Why It’s Also Unfair

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

This Fan-Made Women’s World Cup Final Preview Video Will Give You Goosebumps

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Five-Star Basketball Recruit Jayson Tatum Showed No Mercy With This Dunk On A Greek Player

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

George Takei Wrote A Thoughtful Apology After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘A Clown In Blackface’

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Explore Lisa Simpson’s Complexity With These ‘Simpsons’ Episodes

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

A Pirate Radio Station In Ohio Played Geto Boys On Loop And Local Residents Were Upset

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

UPROXX 20: Maribeth Monroe May Or May Not Defile A River At Some Point

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

You Better Believe That A Dog Is Running For Mayor In Upstate New York

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

The Latest ‘Ant-Man’ Promo Likely Spoils The Film’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Connection

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Twitter Has A Ball Talking Family Barbeques With #CookoutNewsNetwork

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

From ‘Mr. Wizard’ To Bill Nye: Remembering The Educational Shows That Helped Raise Us All

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Watch Dave Grohl Perform On A Foo Fighters Throne During Their First Concert Since His Accident

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Zack Snyder Offers His Defense For ‘Man Of Steel’ And His Vision For Superman

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

This Latvian Rap Video About Knicks Draft Pick Kristaps Porzingis Is All Kinds Of Amazing

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

Celebrate America’s Melting Pot With A French Fry Burger Taco This July 4th Weekend

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.

‘The Fresh Prince’ Intro Recreated In ‘GTA V’ Turns Will Smith Into A Psychopath

Elizabeth Laird, known as “The Hug Lady” by the soldiers at Ft. Hood, attends every single deployment and homecoming at the army base with one purpose: to hug every soldier going to or returning from war.