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Kids really are masters of being brutally honest, often saying it - or in this case writing it - how it is...
In this case, one dad was slated for, well, pretty much every physical feature possible by his five-year-old ray of sunshine.
Possibly the nicest thing she did is dedicate the poem to her old man... either that or the grand finale sentence: "I love my dad, he's a lovely lad." But that was just to show off her rhyming couplets a bit more.
But more about brutalities of the poem, because we know that's what you're really here for.
Well, in a nutshell she called her pops lazy and smelly before insinuating that he's fat and needs a shave. Charming.
In the full poem, she wrote: "My dad is called Frazer; he never uses a razor.
"He has a beard, and he is really weird.
"My dad is really small, and his head is like a ball.
"His ears are big, and I think he needs a wig."
Not quite finished ripping in to her dad, she added: "My dad is crazy, and in the mornings he is lazy.
"He has a big belly and is very smelly."
Potentially realising she's gone in a little too hard, she signed off: "I love my dad, he's a lovely lad."
The poem was shared to the Facebook group FAMILY LOWDOWN TIPS & IDEAS by the little girl's mum who said it was 'too good not to share' and we couldn't agree more.
Commenting on the post, one person wrote: "That's insanely good for a five year old, wow. So funny too."
Another added: "Five year old using an apostrophe, and correctly?! All words, including tricky, spelt correctly (and not phonetically)! Clearly, a genius!"
Someone even tried to draw what they thought the dad looks like:
A fourth said that they were 'picturing Frazer with his beard, belly and head like a ball'.
Others were too keen on calling out the little girl's spelling as one Facebook detective wrote: "Not enough spelling mistakes for a five year old... suspicious."
Anyway, the original poster cleared up any criminal motive by explaining: "Of course she had help with spelling.... She's 5! Lol."