7-Year-Old Boy Blows Up Building & You'll Love Why (VIDEO)

maxwell hintonWhen the Make-A-Wish Foundation asked Maxwell Hinton, a 7-year-old recovering cancer patient, what he wanted from them, it was a no-brainer: He wanted to blow up a building. Worked for them! The foundation flew Max and his family from Fresno, California out to Huron, Ohio, where he was able to push the button that set off a series of detonations, which took down an enormous ConAgra grain mill.

It's every 7-year-old boy's dream incarnate! Check out the video of adorable Maxwell, and his hilarious explanation as to where his passion for explosions came from.

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"I watch MythBusters and they inspired me to blow a building up." Priceless!

Seriously, this has to be one of the most adorable -- creative -- wishes the Make-A-Wish Foundation has ever fulfilled. It's just so perfectly 7-year-old boy, if that makes any sense. Maxwell just wanted to blow something up because it seemed fun. There's nothing aggro about it; it was just good ol' fashioned curiosity -- and of course, a desire to see something go boom.

Customarily, the poor little boys and girls who make wishes through the foundation want to meet someone -- be it a celebrity, or Mickey Mouse. This is such a hilariously cute wish -- and one I'm kind of surprised they were able to grant! I'm so, so glad Maxwell was able to fulfill his dream of blowing up a building. But, more importantly, I'm so, so glad he's in recovery. A happy story in every way. Yay!

How cute is Maxwell and his wish? And how great is the Make-A-Wish Foundation?!


Image via Huffington Post

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