Kids end up being unintentionally funny at times and this kid's schoolwork is capable of sparking a laughter fest.
When kids start school and they are just learning how to construct meaningful sentences, they usually make a lot of errors. Teachers and parents are always around to guide them and teach them the correct way of writing something. Sometimes young students are asked to pen down essays about their life experiences and memories and that gives them the perfect opportunity to unleash their creative side.
A parent who goes by the username u/EclecticMermaid on Reddit shared a picture of their son's school work and titled the post: "I've been waiting years to be able to share something here. My son's schoolwork. (Translation in the comments)." One look at the picture is capable of leaving people baffled while trying to understand what it means but then again, it was written by a kid who was in 3rd grade. The school kid wrote a brief answer to a question on a paper which asked them to share something "that really happened to them" and it followed up with asking the students to write their "ideas in order."
The parent did a rough translation of what their son actually meant to write on the paper. "When I was a baby my mom was holding me, my papa took a picture of me. When I was a child in first grade 1, I accidentally sat on the lunchbox table (I think???) In 2nd grade, Mrs. [redacted] class went to a park and a person said the F word. In 3rd grade I'm good," the translation by the parent read.
Even though this kid's answer appeared random and out of context, it did not fail to make the Reddit community laugh. u/LibraryVolunteer praised the teacher who checked the student's copy and wrote: "I love this teacher. Uh oh!" The parent responded to this comment and mentioned how that made them laugh so hard. "I'm not sure how I feel about my son needing to tell her that story out of everything his 2nd-grade class did last year," the parent added.
u/dyingofdysentery shared a personal story which read: "My husband and I found a card of mine I wrote a teacher when I was 6 or 7. It was a Thanksgiving card with a hand turkey on it. The front said Happy Thanksgiving. And inside I drew a ham and wrote 'Try a ham this year!' Now we randomly yell that at each other." The parent replied to it as well, mentioning how their son "really tried his best and he was so proud that he at least got the point across for the most part."
u/momtog commented: "In kindergarten, the students were asked to draw a picture and write the story related to it (the best they could). My second son decided to draw the time he was a toddler, pooped on the balcony, put a piece of it in his mouth, and I screamed loudly enough to startle him, causing him to spit it out. You can imagine how impressed I was with his choice of story. To this day he feels it was one of his crowning moments in life."
u/GreenLeafGreg pointed out something important and quipped: "She circles a minor capitalization error (which is questionable as it is), but doesn’t do anything about the spelling? Granted, the kid is young, but it’s best to teach spelling young, as the kid is more likely to remember it during such times. Still glad he got a smiley face, though; his line of thought is quite clear!" The parent explained to this individual that it seemed like it was just a general gauge to see how well they knew how to spell. The son also said that the teacher emphasized to him to try his best anyway.