Jaquya Bradford shared a letter her coworker’s son wrote to his teacher and it's pretty hilarious.
Kids have no filter when it comes to truly expressing how they feel. Sometimes this tactlessness can be downright funny. Take 6-year-old Isaiah, for example. The youngster was not pleased with his teacher referred to as Miss Jones for taking away 25 of his “hummingbird bucks” because he was talking to a friend during class. A woman named Jaquya Bradford shared the letter Isaiah, her coworker’s son wrote to his teacher. Isaiah's mom was asked to attend a parent-teacher conference thanks to the contents of the angry letter. Bradford wrote in the caption: Okay so my co worker @luxxcleaning told us that she had to attend a parent-teacher conference because of a letter her son wrote to his teacher ... so she brought the letter to work and I almost fell out my chair y’all he actually deserves a little credit. So what was in it that was so funny?
The infuriated little boy's letter reads: Dear Ms. Jones I am angry of you Because you took 25 of my humm-ing bird Bucks all because I was talking to Conner that’s no big deal im only 6 I cant be Qyet all the time and that makes you a theif and crook a toy are going to Hell real Hell the burning 1 because you a theif. I worked hard for those bucks and my Only prayer in chaple today was that god gets you to hell fast super fast and your new hair cut is Bad real bad. Isaiah. Whoa! Looks like Isaiah was really mad. Ms. Jones really messed with the wrong kid, didn't she? Sure enough, the 6-year-old's letter received equally hilarious reactions from Twitter users. Here are some of our favorites:
“Your new haircut is bad. Real bad.” Isaiah read Ms. Jones for filth!!!! pic.twitter.com/eMHktg7xWT— kennedy. (@HelloKennedi) February 13, 2020
Okay but, the sentence structure and spelling is amazing for a 6 year old— damilola (@damilxla) February 13, 2020
If the child was speaking when he shouldn't have been then address the issue don't punish him by taking away something that he obviously previously earned that had NOTHING to do with the situation. Give him his "Hummingbird Bucks" back WITH INTEREST YOU EVIL WITCH 😡— Kathleen Wall (@quincymasschick) March 14, 2020
I’m gonna a need “I can’t be Qyet all the time” on a T-shirt 💀— ◡̈𝖙𝖒𝖍𝖚𝖓𝖙𝖊𝖗. 🔪 (@Tmhunter_3) February 14, 2020
Can Isaiah write a letter to the IRS for me?— Chuck 🔊🌎🌄 (@saintchuck) February 13, 2020
“My only prayer was that god gets you to hell real fast” pic.twitter.com/W5NfRIQcTR— Greg (@Calkidd32Greg) February 13, 2020
Then it's really bad 😂 😂 😂— Onwe Onwokonwaoji Chukwumaobim (@Epic9toes) February 14, 2020
He is a man of integrity and understands the value of hard work. Ms Jones just punched her ticket to the burning hell— 🇯🇲World_Boss🇯🇲 (@Mad_Jamaican) February 13, 2020
What's the problem with the note? He didn't resort to violence, just told the lady that karma was gonna get her. Expressed himself quite eloquently too. Give that baby back his bucks.— Agent of Anarchy (@JustABreadPuddn) February 14, 2020
It really is inspiring— Dwayne (@house_of_em) February 14, 2020