What does a bad parking job and the death of a grandfather have in common? They both combined together for a story that's gone super viral in only 24 hours.
On Tuesday, Twitter user Sarah Bryant posted a message claiming she found this note on someone's car.
The note was addressed to "whoever owns this car." It started off in a very sentimental way:
OK, so at this point, the letter is super sad. Unfortunately, it only gets worse.
Now it's just boring. But here comes the kicker:
LOL! OK, that was a good recovery. All in all, that was an A+ tweet, and you can totally see why it got liked over 150,000 times in just one day.
I'm not going to lie: I was a little skeptical while I was reading it.
At first, I was like, who would just take a note from another person's car? Then I wondered, why would you tell such a personal story?
But when I got to the end, I laughed and forgot what I was thinking about in the first place.
So, you guys can answer those questions yourselves. I really don't give a damn.
And to be honest, if this isn't already stolen, I might just take it and put it to use myself.
What? Some of ya'll just can't drive. That's right: ya'll.
I'm referring to you, Mr. I-have-to-break-every-two-seconds. And you too, Mrs. I-got-a-ticket-once-in-my-life-so-now-I-drive-20-miles-under-the-speed-limit.
I despise all of you guys. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the letter.