A father has revealed his regret over agreeing to his daughter’s seemingly innocent request to play with her art kit when he saw the finished result of her creativity.
David Neale, from Colorado, revealed he didn’t think twice before allowing his daughter, ten, to play with her art kit, thinking it would ‘take [her]away from the iPad.’
But in a hilarious Twitter thread, the gobsmacked father revealed the little painter had used her bedroom wall and door as a canvas for was he described as a ‘rainbow-farting moose’.
The funny tweet exploded on Twitter where people admitted they were fans of the unusual designs and that David’s daughter did not lack talent.
The picture showed a moose drawn on the wall, with a trail of rainbow shades reaching on to the white door of the bedroom.
And the thick black outline of the rainbow had unfortunately smudged on to the door.
The little brown moose appeared to be standing on a cloud, drawn on the wall with pen.
In a subsequent tweet, David added his family were not ‘laughing their a**** off.’
The funny tweet went viral, gathering more 250,200 likes on Twitter and more than 36,600 retweets since he shared it on Monday.
David’s colourful description of his daughter’s creativity had Twitter in stitches, but many joked she perhaps had a future as an artist.
‘She’s quite good,’ observed one.
‘This is leagues better than whatever s*** I scribbled on the wall,’ one said.
‘Does she take commissions? My apartment would really benefit from a rainbow farting moose,’ another wrote.
‘This is the post I needed to see this morning. My vote is for the rainbow farting moose to remain. As a Canadian, there is nothing more glorious than a rainbow farting moose (unless it is a glitter farting beaver,’ said another.
‘Please thank your 10-year-old for that cackle you may have heard from Los Angeles,’ wrote one.