We've all either been that kid or seen a kid who has a healthy skepticism of Santa Claus from a young age. Some kids just aren't down to believe in the myth of a jolly old man who shimmies down your chimney once a year to deliver gifts if you're on the nice list, and an undesirable alternative if you're on the naughty list. However, of all the shade that has been tossed Santa's way over the years, this 6-year-old's letter might just take the cake.

The tyke is the son of NPR journalist Sarah McCammon, who has previously covered politics and other major events for the news outlet. With this is mind, it seems appropriate that the child of a journalist of her stature would write the following in his school assignment letter to Santa: "Santa Im only doing this for the class. I know your notty list is emty. And your good list is emty. and your life is emty. You dont know the trouble Ive had in my life. Good bye." Damn, son.

It gets even better though. This kid signs off with the words, "love, Im not telling you my name." You know how the saying goes - don't talk to strangers. McCammon did clear some things up in a follow-up to her tweet, stating that the trouble the young boy is alluding to is the fact that his brother routinely beats him at videos games. A hard-knock life indeed.

What's the craziest thing you ever asked Santa (or your parents) for as a holiday gift? Let your voice be heard in the comments.