Whether it’s a lazy case of bad math, a comically dark family portrait, or a too-literal interpretation of the assignment (see above…and below), some students just really know how to tickle our funny bones.
After a long day in school, the idea of homework can drain the life out of both parents and children (but mostly parents, obviously).
Kids will be kids though, so even in something as mundane as homework, children somehow find a way to make us laugh hysterically.
We don’t know if these kids are just brilliantly ironic or they simply made mistakes.
Maybe it was the stress, or the fact that there was no way out to a question they couldn’t respond, but the answers these kids gave are by far the most hilarious thing you will see today.
If you were like some kids in school, you probably dreaded quiz days and how prepared you were really depended on how much you studied.
The following 25 funny test answers were from kids who thought a clever answer was better than a wrong one.
Tests were once about studying, knowing the most, reveling in the honest hard work of memorizing the basics of being a person in American society. But these days all kids care about is submitting creative test answers that will make their Gen Y teachers laugh, making sure everyone is having a "good time." Back in the day, each and every one of these damn kids would have been slapped on the wrist for writing down sassy words and drawing goofy pictures instead of, you know, actually finishing their tests.
From hilarious teacher reviews to funny kids test answers that make you wish you were that clever when you were little, these are the best and funniest test answers provided by clever children who didn't care about their grades as much as they did about getting a laugh.
Growing up, homework was probably not your idea of a good time.
But now that you’re years removed from take-home questionnaires, you may be able to crack a smile or two at the process—especially if you take a gander at the jokes kids are slipping into their assignments these days.