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article imageMom sent sweet note to second grader, got not-so-sweet response

By JohnThomas Didymus     Nov 17, 2012 in Lifestyle
A mom sent a sweet loving note to her second grade son in his lunch box, but the grouchy recipient returned a blunt response. Coming from a boy only being honest about his feelings, mom was sport enough to see the funny side of it.
Redditor 13a4cc sent the message to her second grade son:
"Dear Julian, Have a GREAT day! Love, Mom."
Julian's answer was brief and straight to the point. You can almost see the sulky pout on his lips as he retorts:
"I will not!"
Redditor 13a4cc could not resist sharing her son's cheeky response with appreciative redditors:
KommunistKirov: Best subreddit discovery of the week.
joca23: I had a good day once. It was terrible
Another Redditor, Readit, captures the little boy's mood: "Do you guys know that feeling when you are in a bad mood because things seem to have turned against you and then somebody comes along to tell you 'what a great day,' or even 'cheer up mate'? That's probably how that little fellow felt. Kids have bad days too."
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Everyone knows how it feels. Being told 'have a nice day' when the augury indicates the crappiest day of your life surely gets one's goat.
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