One St. Louis dad politely turned down his 6-year-old son’s request for an advance on his allowance in a very authentic-looking “bank” letter.
The memo was printed under official letterhead from the Bank of “DAD.”
A closer look reveals its slogan: “Because, apparently I look like I’m made of money.”
In the letter, the father explains that he’s racked up more than $80 on “discretionary entertainment expenses since Christmas.”
And “after reviewing your account, we have find [sic] you have insufficient funds, and a history of not doing your chores,” it read.