I was so excited to find a note on my windscreen after I’d been shopping… safe to say it didn’t say what I was expecting | The Sun

A WOMAN was left intrigued when she found a note from a stranger on the windshield of her car – but it didn’t say what she was expecting. 

Mikah, known online as @lil_mikkymo, didn’t know what to expect but was left stunned when the anonymous writer thanked her for making them laugh. 

The reason – her unique car wing. 

These are typically used to decrease drag and therefore improve how fast a car can pick up speed. 

And usually, the understanding is the bigger, the better. 

But Mikah went for something a little different. 


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In a new TikTok reel, Mikah said: “Someone left a note on my windshield while I was going grocery shopping at Kroger, so I came out to it and I picked it up. 

“I was like, ‘What? What is this? Is that a note?’ 

“And I was like, ‘OMG I’ve never gotten a note’ and then I open it. 

“It says, ‘Thank you! That wing is too funny! I needed a laugh and that did it. You rock.’”

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Mikah then walks round to the back of her car to reveal a tiny wing sitting on the top of her boot. 

She added: “The wing in question.”

The story attracted plenty of attention online, gaining more than 614,000 likes and 3.7 million views. 

In the comments, other TikTok users shared their reactions, with one writing: “That's f****** hilarious, that would make my day too.”

Another said: “That’s a normal-sized wing damnit!”

“Basically a race car,” someone else joked. 

A fourth commented: “LOL, sometimes size doesn't matter.”

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