A couple "told off" the annoying little girl next door for throwing rocks at their house, and got a great apology in return.
Ketsia, you really need to find a new identity.
It's generally not great to yell at little kids, but when one of them is throwing rocks at your house, gosh darnit, that's the time to let loose on the little buggers. Redditor pink_vicky posted this note with the explanation "Neighbour girl was throwing stones at our back door so I told her off. This morning we got this apology :'3." Judging by the extra "u" in neighbor and the "mum" on the note, this story takes place somewhere that considers Queen Elizabeth II to be their monarch, but the language of apology bracelets is universal.
For those of you who are curious about what is written on the back (there's a note to "turn over" in the corner), according to pink_vicky, "On the back it basically repeats the same stuff, i.e. "I'm really sorry, like, really really sorry" and so on. BLESS."
Pink_vicky confirmed that she wrote a note accepting the apology and thanking Ketsia for the bracelets and passed it back through the same hole in the fence that Ketsia had used. Because this story wasn't adorable enough, apparently.
Also, pink_vicky does not have a baby, although she might not mention that to Ketsia until she's sure the lesson about not throwing rocks has sunk in.