Skeptical 6 year old shades Old St. Nick with a savage letter

There’s comes a time in a person’s life when Santa Claus becomes merely a symbol of the holiday season rather than an actual big jolly guy jumping down your chimney with a bag filled with presents. 

For some, that time may arrive around the age of 12 or 13, but for others, it may appear much sooner than expected. 

NPR reporter and Twitter user, Sarah McCammon (@sarahmccammon), posted a photo of her skeptical 6 year old’s not-so-sweet letter to Father Christmas. 

Did anyone order peppermint hot chocolate with a side of cold shade? 

According to the first grader, he isn’t concerned about St. Nick’s naughty and nice list and only wrote the letter for a class assignment. 

Checking it twice, Santa? Psh, this little kid couldn’t care less. 

The confident little penman even added a sprinkle of sass toward the end of the note stating to Kris Kringle “Your life is empty. You don’t know the troubles I’ve had in life.” 

We get it, kid. Coloring inside the lines can be a bit difficult. 

In order to not be found by Claus’ army of devoted elves, he ended the letter with “I’m not telling you my name.”

Genius. Santa’s got some hard life-searching to do. 

We all need to lesson in savagery from this kid. 

Yikes! 

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