It’s a truth universally acknowledged by all current and former students that homework sucks. A lot.
After a long, grueling day of school, most kids have negative levels motivation left to do even more work. It’s definitely not encouraging to hear that it may not even make us any smarter.
But some homework answers do show that students can get pretty clever — either out of laziness, misunderstanding, or just a great sense of humor. If you can’t get your teacher to give you an A, you can try and eke out some points on a technicality. Or make them laugh. Read more…
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This kid’s handwriting may be a tad messy, but at least he’s honest.
On Monday night, Reddit user u/LucentPhoenix shared a photo of his son’s homework in the r/funny sub.
The question they had to answer was: “Describe a time when you’ve felt really angry.”
Isn’t that the most beautifully passive aggressive homework answer you’ve ever read?
Give that kid an A+.
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When it comes to writing jokes and answering test questions, kids are quite simply the gifts that keep giving.
On Wednesday, to mark National Writing Day, Laura from Cheshire, UK, tweeted an answer her son had written to a homework question about his favourite book.
“A tiny piece of writing, all about the love of books and reading,” she wrote. “…from my son’s homework when he was six.”
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