Nine-Year-Old Boy's Drawing In Get Well Soon Card To Neighbour Goes Viral
A card sent by a nine-year-old boy to his neighbour to wish her a speedy recovery has gone viral as a result of his hilariously graphic drawing.
Basically, 63-year-old Denise Carrington recently had a fall down the stairs at her home in Stirling, Scotland.
It was a bad fall, too.
She suffered five broken bones and a dislocated shoulder, hospitalising her.
In order to send a positive message out to his neighbour, her neighbour Liam decided that he'd make her up a lovely card so that she'd know he was thinking of her.
A lovely idea, you'll surely agree.
However, on the card, young Liam drew a pretty crude drawing of his neighbour tumbling down a staircase and then being taken away in an ambulance.
For sure, he meant well, but it's maybe a teensy bit over the top.
Anyway, the hilarious card was spotted by Denise's granddaughter, 21-year-old Jodie Ramsay, who shared a picture of the card on Twitter, where it has since gone viral.
She said: "My nana fell down the stairs and a wee boy in the street gave her this card."
Luckily, even though she's pretty badly battered up after her unfortunate incident, Denise apparently sees the funny side of the whole thing.
Jodie said that her grandma thinks the card is 'hilarious'.
Since it was shared, the card - adorably signed "from your best friend Liam" - has been liked more than 47,000 times and retweeted nearly 4,000 times.
Those are pretty good numbers by anyone's standards.
Most people on Twitter just think the whole saga is incredibly amusing - in a kinda cute way - but some have other theories.
One person said: "Liam I feel shows genuine concern delicately flavoured with a pinch of his natural sass, is it possible he is the Dennis to your gran's 'Mr Wilson' or perhaps he just might have pushed her"
Another said: "Awww that's the sweetest thing! (I hope she feels better soon.)"
A third simply put: "This is so cute"
There you have it.
Either Liam is doing a sterling job of covering his tracks after committing a heinous crime, or he's tried to do something ridiculous nice but slightly overshot. You'd have to imagine that the latter is more likely.
Innocent until proven guilty, anyway.
Whatever the case, it's nice to be nice to your neighbours, especially if they've had an accident.
Choose the card drawing a bit more wisely next time though, eh Liam?
Featured Image Credit: Jam Press/Twitter