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Funny, Wholesome Notes Parents Received From Their Kids' Teachers

Kids these days, eh? Full of confidence, cheekiness, and all the answers. They certainly are a force to be reckoned with, especially when it comes to influencing other kids at school. Teachers might have their work cut out for them for eight hours a day, but it's all down to the parents when it comes to having tough conversations. And based on the notes they received from their children's teachers, it looks like these parents have some pretty serious discussions coming up with their kids.

funny notes parents received from their kids' teachers - thumbnail includes two pictures of notes from teachers | Grammar compound Math write 10 compound Words Signature Terry wrote shithead his compound as one words | Auguot 16,2017 Math today During having hard time following along asked him why he wasn't doing his math Max responded well Im just too good looking talked over and he has now agreed even good looking, people need Know math Ne is such hoot hope his self confidence stays with him
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Parents Tweet About Their Kids' Creepy Imaginary Friends

Every parent wants their children to be as creative and curious as possible. After all, that's how they learn about the world. Kids don't usually use common sense, but rather their imagination, and don't get me wrong; it's a beautiful thing. But sometimes, especially when it comes to creating imaginary friends, things can get a little... creepy. Parents tweeting about the hilarious but bizarre imaginary friends their kids made up reveals how these 'friends' can have quite an impact on the rest of the family. Things went from cute to creepy real fast!

parents tweet about their kids creepy imaginary friends | thumbnail text - Beth Newell @bethnew Today my daughter told me one of her best friends is a dead girl named Hallie who hangs out at her daycare and hits her when she says bad words like "stupid." 3:46 AM · May 2, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone 572 Retweets 296 Quote Tweets 17.2K Likes
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People Reveal Weird Childhood Beliefs

As children, we form our views and ideas of the world based on the information we receive. Or, more realistically, on what we extrapolate from the truth, which is usually total nonsense.  Then, we grow up, learn more about the world and how it works, and realize that what we used to believe was just not true. But it's fun to look back and remember the bizarre things we used to think before we learned the real ways of the world. A Twitter thread started by writer Kristin Arnett has sparked people to reveal the utterly ridiculous things they believed as kids before the ugly truth set in.

people share their bizarre childhood beliefs | thumbnail Text - Moose Friend @sarahthemoose Replying to @Kristen Arnett My dad told me the appendix was an organ our cavemen ancestors needed to hold rocks to grind up their food I was TWENTY TWO about to go in for emergency surgery, crying "I've never even eaten any rocks" when the ER docs had a good laugh at me 5:08 PM · Dec 20, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone >
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Kids Describing Their Parent's Jobs: Funny Twitter Thread

One day, I was about seven-years-old when my dad brought me home a bunch of spare stationery from his office. We're talking highlighters, sticky notes, pens, and a stapler. The next day, I went to school and told my teacher that my dad's job was a 'pen tester,' and he sat all day testing out pens to see if they work. His actual job? A marketing director. Oh, to be that blissfully naive again. The phrase 'truth from the mouth of babes' is a reality that many parents live each day. Someone Tweeted, "My friend's daughter was asked by her teacher what does her mother do for a living. Miss thing said move papers around and talk on the phone. My friend is a judge." It received thousands of likes and shares, with people responding with similar funny examples of what they think their parents do for a living. Kids really do say the darndest things!



kids describe their parents jobs in funny twitter thread | thumbnail Text - Household Government @LadyBugAssassin My friend's daughter was asked by her teacher what does her mother do for a living. Miss thing said move papers around and talk on the phone. My friend is a judge. 9 11:03 PM Oct 19, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone 14.8K Retweets 678 Quote Tweets 130.5K Likes >
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Some More Real Cute, Wholesome Kid Quotes

Ahhh, kids. They really know how to test our patience. But with all the nerves they get on, they do also have their cute moments. Kids R The Best Screenwriters is the hilarious page that collects the most adorable, funny, and wholesome real quotes from real kids. It's fascinating to get an insight into small kids' minds and see how their brains work, all through listening to the tidbits they share. So scroll through the latest collection, which is bound to put a smile on your face.

funny real quotes from little kids | thumbnail Text - Night Quote Naomi (5yrs): Mom, dying sucks. Mom, curious: Why? Naomi: Because if your nose itches, there's nothing you can do about it! EKids R the best screenwriters SEND US YOUR KIDS' QUOTES!
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Teachers of Reddit Reveal Stupid Reasons Children Were Tattletales

Being a teacher is one of the noblest professions - being underpaid and overworked, to ensure that the next generation gets an education. But it's also a profession that comes complete with its challenges, including dealing with little kids' pettiness. Tattletales are an inevitable part of working with children, but sometimes teachers are presented with simply ridiculous scenarios. A Reddit thread asking teachers for the stupidest reasons a kid has told on someone else will provide you with endless entertainment and make you feel sorry for the teachers who had to mediate the scenarios these kids presented to them. Kids, eh?



stories from teachers of stupid reasons kids were tattletales | pretzel90210 2.4k points 9 hours ago "He said bad word standing right next him and didn't hear anything Well can read his mind."
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