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This is the handout Arianna gave family members. (Source: Huffington Post) This is the handout Arianna gave family members. (Source: Huffington Post)
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The solution to avoid awkward family questions during holidays

The holiday season brings time spent with relatives you may not often see, which also means answering those unavoidable personal questions.

Do you have a boyfriend? How old are you, again?

Those are just a few of the questions 17-year-old Arianna Simon anticipated hearing at holiday events, so she came up with an inventive solution: Give relatives a pamphlet of the pre-answered questions they'll inevitably ask.

“If you refrain from asking me these questions that I have nicely provided you the answers to, we will have a happy and loving holiday season,” Arianna wrote as an introduction. The three page pamphlet, titled “Frequently asked questions” covered her college plans, age and if she had a boyfriend.

Teen gets surprise gifts during traffic stop

A Wisconsin teen got an unlikely Christmas surprise when she was pulled over for running a stop sign.

Audra Daniloff's father tells WITI that the 17-year-old has been in and out of the hospital several times this year for hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, or HLH – a serious immune system condition. With all she's been through, he decided to orchestrate a much-deserved Christmas surprise.

“I got some good news and some bad news for you, okay?” said the officer after pulling Audra over. “The bad news, first I am giving you two tickets. The good news is that they're probably not the tickets you expected.”

Audra's stunned reaction was priceless after the officer handed her a plane ticket to New York and another to see her favorite band.

“You're my favorite cop in the entire world!” said a tearful Audra. Watch the entire surprise above or here if you're on a mobile device.

Audra continues to get treatment for HLH, but her dad tells WITI that she is on the mend and plans to attend college next year.

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