Girl's note to her mother about her Halloween candy is absolutely hilarious
Every year, late night host Jimmy Kimmel has called on parents to lie to their kids saying he stole their Halloween candy -- and the results are hysterical. One 12-year-old girl, however, is ahead of the curve.
Reddit user derpalamadingdong shared a note that her daughter wrote next to Whopper candies:
"I got busted stealing my daughter's Halloween candy," she said.
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The note read:
I'm leaving you these Whoppers because they're nasty. Just like you for stealing my candy.
Needless to say, her daughter wasn't playing around. The Reddit user even tried getting some candy because she "gave her daughter life." The girl responded, "You are an adult and have a job. You can buy Reese's. I am 12 and unemployed. The Reese's are MINE."
Other parents chimed in saying it was not stealing; it was merely a "mom tax." From the likes of it, though, this 12-year-old would not stand for it.