A teenage girl cried with joy after deciphering a haiku her parents gave her as a puzzle.
They used the confectionery-inspired poem to reveal what they had bought her for her graduation present.
The first haiku went: ‘Donuts in sugar, never-ending yummy love, all nice Danishes.’
But the girl was unable to work out the secret behind the poem so her father gave her another one.
This one went: ‘Dipped in sweet nectar, eclairs, yearning longing and nothing disgusting.’
Still unable to work it out, she asked for a clue. And then it dawned on her. The first letter of each word spelled out Disneyland.
‘No.. no.. are you taking me to Disneyland?!’ she says in the video.
She runs over to hug her father, who grins as she tries to contain her excitement.
Soon she is crying tears of joy as she embraces her father, mother and brother in the dining room of their house in Naples, Florida.
Tears of joy: The young girl chokes up when she cracks the code of her father’s haiku
She leaps up and hugs her father after being delivered the news about her graduation present
‘Happy graduation baby!’ says her mother.
As a reward for her graduating the whole family visited California for seven days starting on May 4.
They spent five days at Disneyland staying at the Fairfield Anaheim hotel near the entrance to the resort.
They also booked, her father tells her, for the Fantasmic Disney dinner event.
The whole family will visit California with five day at a very special theme park
In the video, he then also reveals the whole family are going to a showing of Avengers: Infinity War at the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
The camera then pans to the brother, who looks bemused by his sister’s reaction.
They then have a group hug and shout ‘We are going to Disneyland.’