The great thing about kids, is that they don’t have any filters and they are probably the most sincere creatures on earth. The fact that they are being so innocently honest can actually result in some of the most hysterical and amusing comments that were ever made. When kids approach different written tests, their unfiltered and non-cynical answers are even funnier than you’d ever expect. When it comes to kids, expect nothing but pure creativity. Sure, some of these kids were just being smarty pants, but some had the most honest and literate answers that it’s simply adorable.
Technically, this kid was right. When one year ends another one begins, that’s the circle of life we guess. In any case, we think he should at least get some points for logic.
The finish line
If the drawing on this test was to come to life , we would say the person who drew this deserves to finish first, just for that sweet and honest spelling mistake. Ok so he didn’t make the connection that these are all Scandinavian flags, but he did draw the Finnish line flag pretty neatly.
Whether it’s a coincidence or a case of bad quiz planning, we sure hope the writers of this test changed the whole order around after this innocent, but very funny result.
The power of movies
Not only kids are like sponges that absorb everything they see on television or in video games, so are adults. Someone has been watching a little bit too much of the Hunger Games franchise. Can someone please tell this person that killing people is not the first and most appropriate solution for overpopulation.
This is a classic example of how kids just see everything and they are so sincere that they don’t have any filters. This girl’s mom sure would have hoped her daughter was a little less truthful about what goes on at home. Hey, who said that a nice drink at the end of the day isn’t what every mom needs from time to time.
We’ve got a situation
We’re still trying to figure out if we should laugh or cry over this one. Has reality television taken over our lives so much to the point that when being asked to describe a ‘situation’ the first thing that pops in someone’s mind is a shirtless Mike Sorrentino?
They know how it works
This boy knows how to set his priorities straight and we have a feeling he will be doing quit well in life when he grows up. At least he didn’t write ‘kiss her’ before ‘getting a girlfriend’.
No for an answer
We have a feeling this wasn’t the answer that was expected, but you have to admit, it is quote confusing because it was a direct ‘yes’ or ‘no’ question. An no, if yo ask us, we can’t draw this ship, it looks too complicated in our opinion.
The X factor
Wow, someone really studied hard for this one! If all test in life were as easy as this one, we would all have a better life. This kid definitely has the X factor when it comes to solving math problems.
It all started with..
Do you think someone is influenced by television shows? When you think about, the Big Bang Theory really has become such an inseparable part of our lives that it could totally be counted as a legit answer on a test.
What’s best about this test answer, it not the obvious and very hilarious answer (although it’s not the exact spelling), it’s the teacher’s cool answer of someone getting the joke. Clever.
The guy who answered this test question was so confident about his answer that he needed to repeat it twice. This is pure comedy gold, in fact we don’t even think this kind of question should be allowed on a test these days with the growing trend of becoming healthier and healthier.
In the name of
It’s too cute we can’t even handle it. We just wonder how Hope came up with these names for these shapes. Bob does seem quite fitting for a square, it just sounds like a ‘Bob’.
The perfect essay
Ok smarty pants, this won’t get you any extra points. We guess this student had nothing to write so he wrote the first thing that was came up to him when he saw the instructions.
This is so innocent, lovely and adorable that we think this kid should get the extra credit just for being so sweet. His or her parents must have such a lovey dovey relationship that this is what they think about the world and about relationships.
All the Saturn ladies
Someone here is a really big fan of Beyonce that they think every question in life has something to do with a song by the Queen herself. It’s like a life musical based on her songs.
Let’s work it out
We’re not sure in which context this question was asked, but if you do hit the gym from time to time, you must know that there really isn’t nothing worse than the smell of burned fat.
Lost in translation
Hysterical! if we ignore the tiny bit of racism in this essay, we think this person couldn’t have nailed it any better. He sure did take on the role of a Chinese immigrant describing his experiences, even if he had no idea what he was writing about. To us it looks like a very authentic Chinese letter.
We have a feeling this was a science test, but it does sound confusing ‘to name a heavy metal’, because in our narrow-minded world, there is nothing else in the world other than heavy metal bands in that respect.
Money grows on trees
Love the term ‘free loader’, we’re consider suggesting it to the stock market or other financial organizations, because it couldn’t be more correct in many cases. At least this kid was honest about his financial deals at home. Lucky him.
Two polar bears
Hey, at least they figured out they got the math wrong so they crossed out the original number and corrected it. We’re pretty sure they wanted them to name six different animals, but oh well.
What do you want to be when you grow up?
You know what, most chances this person will be dead in 100 years, so this question is wrong in so many ways to begin with. They should rephrase it and perhaps ask ‘what would you look like in 60 years’?
The only right answer
We certainly don’t want to imply that this kid is dumb, let’s just agree on misunderstood, or not being able to comprehend the instructions.
A for creativity
This is the most literate answered test we’ve ever encountered. Some of the answers here, despite them being cheeky, are actually pretty straight forward and correct. Like, what is the reason for divorce? marriage.
If there is one thing more annoying than math questions, are those questions asking to explain how you reached your answer. Why is it so important for teachers to understand the logic behind your answer if you got it right?
The hands of a clock
They did ask to draw the hands, even of they have nothing to do with the picture, it’s still very sweet to see the effort in drawing not only the hands of the clock but the actual human hands.
Sharing is caring
To be honest, this answer isn’t the funniest of them all, it’s just simply true and to the point. What is funny about what’s written in the picture is how this person came from electrons to talking about something entirely off-topic.
A compliment from the right angle
We’re sure that BDC angle was very flattered by the compliment they received from the person taking this math test, even though this wasn’t the exact meaning of the question.
These prominent and powerful leaders wouldn’t be very impressed with this answer, but you have to admit, the kid has a point.
You don’t say
More than outsmart answers, we love cynical replies. When you don’t have enough answers, just state the obvious, sometimes it will work for you, and other times it won’t.
We don’t judge what people have for dinner, even if what their parents serve them with are inner body parts like the brain. In fact, a brain is considered delicious to people who understand in food.
The spelling bee
Ten out of ten – brilliant. No one said you can’t copy the words from the instructions in this spelling test. This kid was so smart that we can forgive his semi-cheaty answers.
Kids can be cruel
We already know that kids tell the truth and they have no filter mechanisms, but this also results in some very cruel answers and behavior. At least the teacher was there to say that it’s not a nice behavior.
Student-teacher relationships can be a very sensitive topic in schools and it is definitely not something that is seen in a good light. However, it is kind of funny that the student thought he would answer ‘no’ to a presumably date request.
How do you explain the fact that of all words that this kid was asked to spell, the only one they got right was the one word which means not being able to read or write.
He nailed it
It’s like those ‘which famous person would you want to have dinner with’ kind of question. The answer is very considerate, thoughtful and caring of the person who answered this.
Because I’m so smart
When you don’t know how to back up your answer, you can always just brag and say you git it right because you’re just so smart. As condescending as it may be, it does make sense in a way.
Math made easy
There are new rules to thousands of years of math, and here they are. To the greatest mathematicians, this act might be considered as a sin, but it pretty funny.
When you are being taught your entire life that ghosts are not real and you have nothing to be afraid of, you can’t really expect a kid with a healthy common sense to answer this question in any other way really.
The actor did have a couple of movies or television shows, that could sound like they come from the world of science, such as Point Break or Gunsmoke, but to have an answer based entirely on Gary Busey is a bit far fetched.
Deal with it
What do you do when you fall on the ground and scratch your knee? You get up and deal with it. We think that’s the essence of dealing with life problems, kids.
Bacon is always a good idea
Some questions remain unanswered, and that’s true in many aspects of life. But when you are required to answer an exam question and you have no idea what to write, just go with bacon or your favorite choice of food. Maybe the teacher would be so hungry while grading that they would actually accept it.
We certainly do not imply that playing the piano makes someone a nerd, but this is just too hysterical. It just proves how kids see other kids and their straight forward answers, as insulting as they may be, are just simply hilarious.
If all dreams were so easy to achieve like this one of becoming Michael Jordan, except for the whole becoming black part. It’s just so sweet to see how kids think dreams can be so easy to accomplish sometimes.
The dream job
Hey, we don’t judge. If this kid’s dream is to work with his mama at Taco Bell, so be it. It’s just too of a juxtaposition with the King’s dream.
The shape of a number
Is it just us, or does this answer sound like it was taken from Clueless? It just sounds like something Cher would say.
That got Carey-ed away
Mariah Carey is known for her super high notes and incredible voice, we’re sure she would very much appreciate the fact that someone thinks she is ‘the highest frequency noise a human being can register’.
The world as a video game
Wow, we’ve never seen anything like this before. Besides the fact that Nima did not answer any of this test’s answers, we have to give it to her that she has a very strong imagination. The teacher was impressed with her drawing, but it wasn’t enough to pass her.
What is love?
What is love? who can really answer this question? We think answering it with lyrics of a famous song is pretty legit. We bet the teacher was very amused when she read the answer.
The animal activist
Kids are the best. They say it like it should be, and you know what, there really shouldn’t be an option for an answer that is even remotely related to animal abuse. We’re on this kid’s side in this case.
First of all, why would anyone command their sister to do anything? And second, if this person doesn’t have a sister it would be kind of hard to boss a nonexistent family member around.
Take it out
It took us a few seconds to understand what’s wrong with this answer, after all, technically, if you take out ‘centi’ from the word ‘centimeters’ you do get meters.
It’s like magic
When you’re not sure you have your mathematical skills right, use your drawing ones to sway the attention from your answers on the test. It is very burlesque-y of this creative person.
When in doubt, draw a cat
Drawing a cat when you have no idea what the answer doesn’t seem all so weird all of a sudden after we’ve seen all of these test answers. When in doubt, just sketch.
Technically, the hilarious answer this student wrote on their U.S. history exam is not incorrect. To be fair, the American Declaration of Independence was signed at the bottom of the page after all. While we think this kid definitely deserves an A for effort, and improvising when you don’t know the answer, we aren’t sure his teacher would agree. At least it’s better than just leaving the question blank, no?
We have to give it to this guy, he already answered the question correctly, why does he have to explain how he got to the answer. It would take him longer to explain than the entire question itself. So, instead of giving some sort of elaborate explanation of how he found his answer, he used a more straight-to-the-point response. Although, we are pretty sure the teacher was less than thrilled to see this shortened answer.
Why should you elaborate if the answer is so self explanatory? At the end of a cold day, who cares what hard water is or how it is formed if we all know it as ice? Whether this student was just trying to be clever or really didn’t know the answer, sometimes a good simple straightforward answer is just as worthy. We just wonder whether or not the teacher marked him for his one-worded explanation.
Meat my hero
Instead of writing about a person they are inspired by, this honest student decided to discuss his favorite dinner item, steak. Although most kids probably wrote about a close friend, family member, or famous person, this student chose to pour his heart out and talk about how much he loves steak, which is not only delicious but also makes him ‘calm.’ Hey, at least he was being honest and really, who doesn’t love a good T-bone?
Many of us can probably recall doodling on our homework or exams when we were younger, but this takes in-class drawing to a whole new level. Whoever completed this test must not have been too worried about getting a question wrong, because they had their very own ninja there to ‘protect’ the questions from being marked as incorrect. Sadly, it didn’t seem to work because they still got it wrong and earned a 0 for the question.
Log with rhythm
This student actually earned himself a little bit of extra credit for his clever drawing of an adorable log playing the guitar in order to represent logarithm function. His ‘log with rhythm’ sketch not only gained him an extra point, but it also made his teacher laugh out loud which, let’s face it, most teachers need after spending hours grading papers. This just proves that a good sense of humor can go a long way.
Show your thinking
While this kid did manage to get the problem on his quiz right, when it came time to ‘show’ their thinking they did, well, exactly that. Although it seems like the teacher was expecting an answer that would have actually explained in more detail how he managed to choose the correct answer, he provided an answer that was much more literal. We are sure his teacher at least got a nice laugh out of the humorous situation.
In this case, it seems like the student just may have outsmarted the teacher. While it may be unclear whether or not the kid was just trying to be funny or really thought he was circling the correct answer and not the actual number of the question, pretty sure we can all agree that he is an out-of-the-box thinker. Unfortunately, it seems like the teacher wasn’t as understanding seeing as they marked their student wrong for each one.