A mum was left in stitches after she noticed an awkward spelling mistake on her five-year-old daughter’s sweet note to her.
The parent admitted she had been left a little confused by her daughter's handwriting as she posted the note on Facebook.
The little girl had meant to ask was when her mum had first learned to ride a bike.
However, what she actually wrote was something very different.
The note read: “How old was you when you cud ride a dicke.”
Her mum saw the funny side, as she captioned the Facebook post: “Not everyday your five-year-old hands you a note like this.”
Other parents were left giggling over the innocent mistake too as the picture went viral – racking up more than 15,000 likes and thousands of comments.
One exclaimed: “So funny! The pain of getting the b and d the right way round.”
While another added: “Love it! I’m a teacher and have seen many many notes like this…… makes me smile every time.”
“I’m screaming. I literally couldn’t work out what she meant, and then I realised she meant bike,” a third chimed in.
Another note hitting headlines this week is a brutal one written by a woman to her neighbours after her TV was stolen.
The note read: "To the person who stole my TV.
"Bring it back and all will be forgiven. Otherwise, there will be no Christmas in this building. I will steal every single package.
"I will steal every mat and every trash can. I will engage in warfare until the day I move out.
"It's up to you, you broke b****. You have 24 HOURS."
Funnily enough within 24 hours of writing the message, she found the TV waiting for her outside her door.
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