It's 4.30pm. You want a biscuit, and a wee, and really, just to leave work RIGHT NOW to run home and watch Game Of Thrones in your underwear.
But you stay, chained to that desk until your allotted home time, because you don't have the blind courage of a 7 year-old with important shit to do. Not like Rosabella. Rosabella takes things into her own tiny, sticky hands. She forges notes from her parents, gives them to the school bus driver, AND ACTUALLY GETS LET OUT EARLY.
In case you're too grown up to read the fine nuances of the text, it says: "I want Rosabella to go to bus 131 today. To: Ms. Reigs."
"Basically a second-grader tricked the school system and was able to go home on this note," her father indignantly told local news station KTRK.
"You can clearly see she did not even spell the word bus." She did not. And yet, here she is, on the sofa, happy in the knowledge that Jon Snow didn't die and a Domino's is on its way. Don't stifle her creativity, dude.
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