This little girl was hoping Santa has room on his sleigh for a pickup after dropping presents at her home this year.
Jennifer Murphy, 9, made sure St. Nick would see the message loud and clear when she spray-painted it in red in front of her home in Newfoundland, Canada.
Santa: Take cookies, milk, and brother; leave presentsOne girl's plea spray painted on the snowbank https://t.co/HvpistwDbB pic.twitter.com/w7AxNUE3vW— CBC NL (@CBCNL) December 20, 2017
Santa: Take cookies, milk, and brother; leave presentsOne girl's plea spray painted on the snowbank https://t.co/HvpistwDbB pic.twitter.com/w7AxNUE3vW
"Santa stop here. Leave presents, take brother!" the message in the snow said.
Anyone who grew up with sibling may be able to sympathize.
Jennifer came up with the idea on Sunday while playing in the snow with her mom, Jo-Ann, according to CBC News.
The brother in question, Ryan, 13, thankfully laughed it off, Jo-Ann told CBC.
In her message, Jennifer claimed she made an effort to get along with Ryan before making her Christmas request. But it was Ryan who belonged on the Naughty List, she insisted.
"Santa, I tried!" she wrote in the snow. "Brother was worst..."