Homework Fail Pictures

Kids are unfettered fountains of honesty and hilarity, even when it comes to school assignments. Here are the funniest homework answers ever turned in to the teacher.

Addition is hard.

Good use of the word “butts.” 5 extra points.

It’s important to have a healthy and active sex life, even at 100.

This is also his Mother’s Day card.

The “Well, I never!” is implied in the teacher’s handwriting.



They sure do.

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Jeez, Dad.

Basho was never so succinct at expressing annoyance.

Phonics homework turned into an ethics assignment.

It’s important to learn subtlety at a young age.

No one likes a cold Katherine.

Traditional signs are no longer acceptable.

This kid was raised right.

Further evidence of good parenting.

This took an unexpected turn.

The longest possible time before more church!

The “…dumbass” is implied.

Some issues are coming up here.

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Kids not only saying the strangest things they've also been know to write them down too...

My 5-year-old is starting to get homework and to say that some of his written thoughts are unique would be an understatement.

So much so, I decided to scour the interweb to get an idea of some of the unique and funny things that children have written in their homework.

Here's a snapshot of what I found...

1. Out of the mouth of babes...*

2. There's no flies on this kid.

3. It's not wrong.

4. Buoyancy concerns.

5.  Can't argue with that logic.

6. The Terminator. Yikes. Do not try this at home.

7. There's nothing wrong with their maths.

8. Poor Mrs Thompson.

9. At least they know their anatomy.

10. I think we all felt this about homework.

11. Survival of the fittest.

12. The next Carrie Bradshaw?

13. Godspeed.

14. Father Figure.

15. Tony has a serious flattop going on!

16. Thanks for keeping me alive mom.

17. Blunt problem solving.

18. Lola loves pizza.

19. At least it's not as bad as secondary smoke.

20. Eye spy.

If you have any homework fails that you'd like to share with me, feel free to comment/submit them below.




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