12-year-old sends the girls bullying her a hand-written invitation to recognize who's boss.

12-year-old sends the girls bullying her a hand-written invitation to recognize who's boss.
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As long as there are children (and emotionally-stunted adults), there will always be bullies, just like there will always come a day when someone stands up to them—like this 12-year-old named Ava and her pink invitation to her sister's bullies. Written in the classic grade-school medium of magic marker on construction paper, the "invite" looks like it should be for a pool party, but it's full of weapons-grade sass. It kindly asks an unnamed "you" along with her lackeys Elke, Grace, and Ashley to "stop being jerks to my sister." The note makes no threats as to what might happen, but given how viral this has already gone, I wouldn't mess with Ava (full text below).

The note reads, in full:

You're <3 Invited

Hey there! You, Elke, Grace and Ashley are officially invited to stop being jerks to my sister!

When: Right now!!
Where: Everywhere!
What to bring: Bring your nasty attitude and throw it right in the trash can!
Why: You guessed it folks, you're being jerks!
RSVP*: Ava at (859)-BYE-JERK or Ava@Kindlyfreakingstop.gmail.com

*If you can't make it, don't worry, you are welcome to come to my angry and emotional 7th grader wrath instead!

Hope** you can make it!

~Ava <3 **(You better)

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And on the back is the message "Really though" and then the word "stop" written in 20 languages.

The moral here is "don't bully anyone" because they might have a wrathful 7th grader as a sister.

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