When a woman was clearing out her room, she found a note she wrote when she was seven-year-old.
The sassy letter was penned to her mum – who she accused of being “bossy and mean”.
Amusingly, she wrote her request out like a contract for her parent to sign.
The note, which was posted on Reddit, reads: “Please read.
“Mum, you are being a little bossy and mean. I think you should stop.
“Please sign if you agree on line and bring the paper back to my room. From Sarah.”
Since it was uploaded to Reddit yesterday, the post has garnered more than 68,300 upvotes.
People found the fake “contract” to be hilarious, with many joking about the primary school kid’s cheekiness.
One commenter said: "I like that you signed it ‘from’ instead of ‘love from’. Savage. She ain’t getting no lovin’ til she signs on the dotted line."
Another wrote: “I see no signature… I can imagine you sitting staring at the door waiting for the signed sheet to come sliding under, only to be constantly denied…”
And a third joked: “I’m 25 and living at home cause of the pandemic, can I steal this? I'll just print the picture of it and give it to my mum.”
Others recalled similar notes they wrote for their parents as children.
A Redditor remarked: “I remember once I asked my mom to write out ‘Mum is a______’ on a sheet of paper.
“I then wrote in my new favourite word, ‘a***,’ and gave it back to her.
“I thought it was the height of comedy. For some reason she didn't find it quite so funny.”
And another said: “Omg, this brought back the funniest memory."
They added: “I had just learned about contracts in school and thought they were really cool.
“So I go up to my dad and ask him to sign the line on a blank piece of paper and he did without a second thought.
“I then proceed to write out that he would take me to the pet store and let me pet the bunnies that day until I got bored.
“I rushed it back to him to show him what he now ‘had to do’.
“He gave me a long lecture about how that was not a good thing to do, laughed, and took me to the pet store.”
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