A MUM was in stitches after seeing a “sweet note” her son left for his dad – he accuses his father of trying to kill him, and says “this is a warning”.
The boy wrote the hilarious and extremely dramatic letter after his dad turned off the fan in his bedroom without his permission.
Mum Angie posted the hilarious note on TiktokCredit: TikTok/ @sarah_jade_
Tiktok user and mum Angie shared the note with her followers and said: “It’s going to be a long summer.”
Angie’s son wrote: “Dad why did you unplug my fan? Besides it’s hot in my room.”
Things quickly took a turn for the dramatic, however.
The next lines read: “Do you want me to suffocate? Do you want me to get heatstroke? Do you want your own first born son to die?”
Commenters thought the note was hystericalCredit: TikTok/ @sarah_jade_
He then let his father know in no uncertain terms how seriously he took the situation, as he listed things that “can kill children”.
He wrote: “1) Sun. 2) Too much heat. 3) Not watching kids.”
He finished the hilarious letter with a clear message.
“Dad this is a warning to you”, he summarised.
The video has racked up over 300,000 views, and commenters think the letter is hysterical.
Angie joked it would be a ‘long summer’ with these antics going onCredit: TikTok/ @sarah_jade_
Many joined in with Angie’s son, sarcastically stressing the importance of his bedroom fan.
“Geez dad, get it together”, joked one commenter, while another wrote: “Well????? Do you want him to suffocate or not???”
A third agreed: “How dare you allow your husband to unplug his fan! I mean he is his first born son! Only unplug the second or third born!”
One amused viewer said: “This is absolutely the best video EVER! Get that child a ceiling fan!”
“I can’t stop reading this”, enthused another viewer.
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