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John McEneaney, from Dublin, shared the furious letter that he and his sister Carla wrote to their mother when they were eight and eleven on Twitter

Man shares the hilarious note that he wrote to his mother as a furious child after she had confiscated his water balloons – saying that she & # 39; life was boring and sad & # 39; and accuses her of & # 39; ruining the summer & # 39;

  • John McEneaney, from Dublin, shared furious notes that he and his sister Carla wrote
  • Letter thank you mother for & # 39; ruining their summer & # 39; after she had thrown away 250 balloons
  • John and Carla, who were eight and eleven, accused her of scrapping & # 39; from their vacation
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A man shared a destructive letter that he wrote and thanked his mother for the & # 39; ruining & # 39; from his summer when, as a child, she had thrown away 250 of his water balloons.

John McEneaney, from Dublin, shared the furious note that he and his sister Carla had written when they were eight and 11 at twitter on Thursday.

In addition to the two-page damn letter, John said: & # 39; Mom just handed me a note that my sister and I wrote to her when we were 8 and 11, because she threw a pack of water balloons that we threw at vacation bought & # 39 ;.

In the note addressed to & # 39; Mom & # 39 ;, a young John told his mother that he wrote & # 39; to warn her of the & # 39; wreck & # 39; of the summer of her son and daughter & # 39 ;.

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John McEneaney, from Dublin, shared the furious letter that he and his sister Carla wrote to their mother when they were eight and eleven on Twitter

John McEneaney, from Dublin, shared the furious letter that he and his sister Carla wrote to their mother when they were eight and eleven on Twitter

He continued the dramatic story and wrote: & # 39; You just threw away more than 250 water balloons because we … were having fun.

& # 39; Maybe you feel very angry now and want to ground us, well, we don't care, we already feel like we're grounded & # 39 ;.

John further explained that his mother had wasted $ 5 on water balloons & # 39; which she had thrown away then – but the reason for her drastic action was not specified.

& # 39; You are complaining & # 39; we can't get enough & & # 39; but if we do, you spend as usual, & # 39; the brutal letter went on.

In the note addressed to & # 39; Mom & # 39 ;, a young John told his mother that he wrote & # 39; to warn her of the & # 39; wreck & # 39; of the summer of her son and daughter & # 39;

In the note addressed to & # 39; Mom & # 39 ;, a young John told his mother that he wrote & # 39; to warn her of the & # 39; wreck & # 39; of the summer of her son and daughter & # 39;

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In the note addressed to & # 39; Mom & # 39 ;, a young John told his mother that he wrote & # 39; to warn her of the & # 39; wreck & # 39; of the summer of her son and daughter & # 39;

In addition to the letter, John said: & # 39; Mom just gave me a note that my sister and I wrote to her when we were 8 and 11, because she threw a pack of water balloons that we had bought on vacation & # 39 ;.

In addition to the letter, John said: & # 39; Mom just gave me a note that my sister and I wrote to her when we were 8 and 11, because she threw a pack of water balloons that we had bought on vacation & # 39 ;.

In addition to the letter, John said: & # 39; Mom just gave me a note that my sister and I wrote to her when we were 8 and 11, because she threw a pack of water balloons that we had bought on vacation & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Thank you for ruining the start of our summer. We hope you are happy & # 39 ;.

John and Carla continued the letter on a second page and claimed that they would have nothing to tell their teachers if they went back to school.

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& # 39; If we go back to school after the summer and the teachers ask: & # 39; What have we done this summer? & # 39; We will say "Nothing really, our Mom wouldn't let us do anything!" Then you are sorry.

& # 39; Just think of when we have children. If we are the same to them, what will their lives look like? Boring and sad? Like ours? Don't hope so! Well, maybe.

Dozens of social media users participated in the Twitter post's comments to discuss the note, which was described as & # 39; damaging & # 39;
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Dozens of social media users participated in the Twitter post's comments to discuss the note, which was described as & # 39; damaging & # 39;

Dozens of social media users participated in the Twitter post's comments to discuss the note, which was described as & # 39; damaging & # 39;

The letter, which was posted online on Thursday, has since been shared more than 1,000 times and has received 14,600 likes.

Dozens of social media users participated in the post's comments to discuss the note, which was described as & # 39; destructive & # 39 ;.

A user said: & # 39; I like that you signed your names on one side and then decided that the letter was not long and destructive enough, so crossed out, turned the page and continued on the back & # 39; .

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Another added: & # 39; The paragraphs are all indented and all … stylish and look nice on the point & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Note? That is a formal complaint & # 39 ;, according to a third party.

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