- A mother shared a complaint letter that her son recently wrote to her
- The eight-year-old was unhappy about his bedtime and requested it to be extended
- Social media users were impressed by the research that the child put into his argument
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An amused mom took to social media to share a hilarious letter she received from her son. The eight-year-old was complaining about his bedtime and believed that he was old enough to go to sleep a little later.
Twitter user alexjellicoe shared a picture of the letter along with the caption:
"I just received a letter of complaint from my eight-year-old son."
The young boy, who signed off the letter as Max, explained that he searched the internet and found out that eight-year-olds can stay up longer. He suggested his bedtime be moved to 9pm. The adorable letter amused many social media users who couldn't help but take Max's side. Twitter user ASElliotKing said:
"His argument is sound and backed up with references to acknowledged research. How can you refuse? Well done, that boy."
"You could send him a holding letter - 'Thank you for your letter. Due to administrative delays, we aim to attend to your concerns within the next 30 days..."
"Research skills, written advocacy, and a way with words... Possibly a barrister-to-be?"
"This child has done his research and deserves a later bedtime as a reward."
"I was wrong earlier when I said 11-year-olds could run the country better. Some eight-year-olds could too."
"I love the evidence-backed argument. Give him the later bedtime, lol."
"I’m ending all my complaint emails with 'Lots of love' now"
We're rooting for him too. Hopefully Max managed to get his 9pm bedtime.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that American singer and actress, Alicia Augello-Cook Dean better known by her stage name, Alicia Keys, recently left social media users emotional after she shared a heartbreaking letter she sent to her absentee father, Craig Cook when she was 14.
Keys who is 39 now, took to Instagram to share the letter in a video in which she admitted that his 'empty promises affected her deeply.'
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