Little kids have an incredible talent for accidentally roasting people with their unfiltered honesty and inability to grasp the concept of tact, but get them angry and that ability can get turned up all the way to 10. Exhibit A: This letter written by a frustrated six-year-old to his teacher after she took away what he calls “hummingbird bucks” to punish him for talking in class when he wasn’t supposed to.
Twitter user Kennedy, who is the co-worker of the unfortunate mom who had to attend the parent-teacher conference initiated by the letter, found it so funny that she had to share it with the world.
This lady on facebook said her coworker had to have a conference with her sons teacher because of a note he wrote. Y’all. Please read the note. 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/oksT80EwKv— Kennedy ✨ (@HelloKennedi) February 13, 2020
Can we take a moment to appreciate this six-year-old’s handwriting? With that done, we can move on to appreciating how eloquently pissed off little Isaiah is.
“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 & you are going to Hell real Hell the burning 1 because you a theif,” Isaiah writes.
His parents should also be proud of his spelling and grammar skills. It’s not perfect but it’s better than at least 40 percent of adult trolls on the internet today. And not only does he find a good solution for spelling the word “quiet,” he makes a good point — six-year-olds can’t be quiet all the time.
He didn’t have to come after her hair cut like that, though.
“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,” he concludes.
Kennedy, at least, gave Isaiah credit for his skills.
I would also like to point out that Isaiah has great handwriting to be 6 and can spell better than most adults. He has a bright future ahead of him.— Kennedy ✨ (@HelloKennedi) February 13, 2020
The initial tweet has earned over 263,000 likes and 65,000 retweets since Thursday and it’s still making its way around.
There’s no word as to how the conference went, whether Isaiah got his Hummingbird Bucks back, or what Hummingbird Bucks are, but it’s safe to say that this kid has the support of roast-loving Twitter users.
This teacher doesn’t understand how a reward system works. He earned his hummingbird bucks. You don’t get to take them away. If he’s misbehaving, he doesn’t earn more bucks.
I agree with the kid. That is stealing.
— ☘️ Laura ☘️🌊 (@SAHMvoter) February 13, 2020
He said: pic.twitter.com/8CS4CZcVuA
— 1992 (@_virginstate) February 13, 2020
So many bars. My favorite, you’re going to hell, real hell, the burning 1. Not to be confused with Hell, Michigan which is relatively cold.
— 🅱️aniilive (@CaniiLive) February 13, 2020
I admire the way he approached his predicament. 25 humming bird dollars is definitely way too much for talking to Conner! He’s displaying that he understands the act of compromise, and he probably doesn’t even know the word yet! He’s very observant, analytic and understanding. 👏
— Julez (@JulyaShimada) February 13, 2020
Can the church please turn your Bibles to the Book of Isaiah Chapter 2: Verses 1-6 🤣
— Shae Williams (@shaegotbutta) February 14, 2020
She played with his money
— Meena Harris (@meenaharris) February 13, 2020
I mean adults can barely be quiet in a meeting…yet she expects a 6 year old to have the self control to be quiet all school day. Also, sounds like if she has to steal hummingbird bucks in order to get them to comply, she needs to revisit her classroom management skills.
— Adeea Rogers (@TrendySocialite) February 13, 2020
Well he gets an A for expressing his feelings in writing versus lashing out during class.
— Shay Taban (@shayshayma) February 13, 2020
Me (a teacher) to your kid pic.twitter.com/0t4dN9GEnb
— The Bearded Educator (@LiteraryBeardo) February 13, 2020
And signed his name pic.twitter.com/YcnhdDUeY5— ℐΛY ϯ ™ (@ijayt205) February 14, 2020
RIP Mrs. Jones.