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This woman's post about a long-lost puffin sweater went viral and had a super happy ending

Celia Robbins is a big puffin fan.

And, I mean, honestly, who isn’t?!

Two puffins on grassy ground with flowers; one puffin stands in the foreground while the other peeks out from behind a hill in the background

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When Celia's daughter asked her what she regretted most in life, Celia immediately knew the answer.

She never bought a specific puffin sweater during her visit to Iceland.

Three puffins stand on a rocky, grassy area near the ocean. They have strikingly colorful beaks and appear to be looking in different directionsThree puffins stand on a rocky, grassy area near the ocean. They have strikingly colorful beaks and appear to be looking in different directions

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“It's been three years since I saw it in a store there and I still regret not buying it.”

Twitter: @CeliaBedelia

Her post received a lot of positive feedback from people.

Twitter: @BethBaisch

β€œI completely understand this regret,” one person said.

Twitter: @miund

β€œI remember a shirt I would have liked to buy in 1975,” another person chimed in.

Twitter: @EthelMonticue

And then a lot of people shared pictures of their own puffin sweaters.

Twitter: @AuthorCarmelB

Then someone said he had it.

Dave Wiskus tweets that he regrets buying a sweater his wife never wore and offering it to her for free. Celia responds in shock and asks if he's seriousDave Wiskus tweets that he regrets buying a sweater his wife never wore and offering it to her for free. Celia responds in shock and asks if he's serious

Dave Wiskus had the exact same sweater he bought in Iceland, and no, he wasn't kidding.

Twitter exchange: Dave Wiskus tweets that you shouldn't joke about a puffin sweater. Celia (@CeliaBedelia) responds with laughing emojisTwitter exchange: Dave Wiskus tweets that you shouldn't joke about a puffin sweater. Celia (@CeliaBedelia) responds with laughing emojis

He sent the sweater to Germany, where Celia lives.

Twitter: @CeliaBedelia

And boom, the rest is history.

Twitter: @CeliaBedelia

As Dave, the guy in the puffin sweater, said, β€œI was in Iceland once and accidentally bought a sweater for a stranger on the Internet.”

Twitter: @dwiskus

The end πŸ˜€

Twitter: @CeliaBedelia