A little girl wrote a letter to Google asking for a job was shocked to get a personal letter from the company's CEO a few days later.
Chloe Bridgewater, who lives in Hereford, UK, was fascinated by working somewhere with bean bags, go-karts, and slides - so she did what any seven-year-old would do and applied for a job!
The idea for her letter came about one day when Chloe asked her dad, Andy Bridgewater, about where he works.
"I said my job was pretty boring so she asked where I'd like to work, I said Google would be cool," Andy told Be.
The pair looked at pictures online of the company's headquarters and Chloe decided there and then that she wanted to work for them.
"I said to send them an application, which she didn't understand, so I said to send a letter," he said.
She is very honest in her letter - addressed to “google boss" - and even outlines that not only is this her first application, but it’s her first ever letter.
"My name is Chloe and when I am bigger I would like a job with Google," she wrote. "I also want to go work in the chocolate factory and go swimming at the Olympics."
"My dad said I can sit on bean bags and go down slides and ride on go-karts in a job in Google."
Chloe’s application goes on to say she has experience in tablet usage, computer robot games, swimming, spelling, reading and sums.
"My sister Hollie is also very clever, but she likes dolls and dressing up. She is five," she continued. "I have only ever sent one other [letter] and that was to Father Christmas.”
The adorable application caught the attention of Google's CEO Sundar Pichai, and here's how he responded.
"Keep working hard and following your dreams, you can accomplish everything you set your mind to - from working at Google to swimming in the Olympics," Sundar wrote.
“I look forward to your job application when you are finished school. All the best to you and your family."
A Google representative confirmed to CNBC that the letter is the real deal.