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Dad’s Brilliant ‘Taken’ Note Threatens Kids to Clean Room…Or Else

Liam Neeson has a particular set of skills: he can get kids to clean their rooms.

Alright, that may be a bit of a stretch, but the actor, who made the famous “particular set of skills” speech in Taken, is at the center of this goofy and hilarious letter found on Reddit that a father left his kids for failing to clean up.

"Taken" Note
labuzan, Reddit

The dad chimed in on Reddit to explain that his kids aren’t delinquent:

Actually, my kids have their [bleep] together. My oldest graduated high school a semester early and then got a 30 hour a week job to save money for college. My youngest has a 3.95 GPA in all IB classes and picked up a summer job for 30 hours a week. When it comes to the “big rocks” of life, they are squared away.

They’re just [bleeping] slobs.”

You can compare this note, which was left on their refrigerator, with the actual scene from which it is, ahem, taken:

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Whoever this dad is joins some clever company. Remember the father who made sarcastic videos to get his kids to do simple chores around the house?

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