A little girl with a hilariously sassy attitude made Facebook users howl this week with her method of stopping her mum asking about her day.
The youngster was clearly getting wound up by her mum asking what she did at school.
So she came up with a chart where she could put ticks in all of the boxes that applied to an activity and write some details in for her mum.
The chart included Monday to Friday spots and sections like maths, PE, reading and “asambly” aka assembly.
There was also a section for lunch, break and home time.
Her mum had a right laugh at the chart and asked parents on Facebook what they thought.
She wrote in a post: “So like most parents I ask my small person how her day at school was and what did she do?
“Well…. clearly she’s fed up of me asking because I found this in her bag.
“She said she will complete it each day so I don’t have to keep asking.
“Genius or sarcastic? Haha.”
And hundreds of mums and dads found the chart hilarious.
One person commented: “Genius, sarcastic and a little bit of sass too.”
“This is genius,” added another. “What is it with them not wanting to talk about what they did?!”
Another noted: “I get nothing or cant remember so definitely a genius idea.”
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Previously, a father was slammed for making his daughter do chores to “pay him back” for buying her sanitary towels.
And, a mum was horrified when she found a book about sperm in the children’s section.
Meanwhile, a dad was mocked for dressing his little girl in “boys” dinosaur clothes.
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