Ricky Bobby Packs Of Wild Dogs Quotes About Homework

The best answer is not always the right one, as proved by these funny pictures of entirely incorrect pieces of homework.

Cheeky children have put their teachers in their place - from reminding them that 'not everyone has two legs' in a maths puzzle, to calling the science of classifying living things 'racism'.

One young know-it-all even had the nerve to tell their teacher 'you should not hit dogs' when asked to fill in the correct word on an exercise sheet.

The best answer is not always the right one, as proved by these hilarious images of utterly incorrect homework. One student even had the nerve to tell their teacher 'you should not hit dogs' when asked to fill in the correct word on an exercise sheet

Another student wrote that the best thing to do if you 'fell on the playground and scratched your knee' would be to 'get up and deal with it' - presumably not the answer the teacher had in mind

This naughty pupil has found a way of getting around this spelling test - however the fact that they can spell 'octopus' suggests that they know far more words than they're letting on 

One cheeky pupil wrote that the best thing to do if you 'fell on the playground and scratched your knee' would be to 'get up and deal with it' - presumably not the answer the teacher had in mind

Another, brutally honest student wrote that they'd rather be stuck on an island with someone they hated than be alone, so they 'had something to eat'.

And a child even went as far as to write 'hell' when asked to describe school in one word - which surely did not go down well with their teacher.

Brutally honest: This child is telling it like it is and letting the teacher know that they'd 'rather be on an island with someone [they] hate so [they] can have something to eat'

And a child even went as far as to write 'hell' when asked to describe school in one word - which surely did not go down well with their teacher

No pocket money for honest Frankie, who describes himself as a 'freeloader'

One pupil, asked to 'assume the role of a Chinese immigrant in 1870' and write a letter home describing their experiences wrote the whole letter in Chinese - presumably not what the teacher was expecting

One pupil, asked to 'assume the role of a Chinese immigrant in 1870' and write a letter home describing their experiences penned the whole letter in Chinese - presumably not what the teacher was expecting.

According to translator Vanessa Tan, the letter read: 'The life here is bad. The working condition is not good and lacks employee benefits. However, please do not worry. Only about 10 people get serious injuries everyday and I am very careful. 

'We have opened a small shop and business is not bad. Although I am not very good with the English language, I know enough to understand what the westerners are speaking. 

'Hope that I can make a name for myself. I am working very hard here and will take good care of myself. How is everyone? I missed all of you a lot and hope that we can meet again.'

When asked what he thought he would look like in 100 year's time - a bleak Warren drew a tombstone with his name and 'RIP' on it

And one exasperated teacher was driven to comment on one pupil's spelling test, shocked by the strange sentences they chose to illustrate the word they were being asked to spell

This cheeky child decided to write that 'the science of classifying living things' is called 'racism' - a clever answer, but presumably not the one expected by the teacher

'We have sh**' is probably not what this teacher had in mind when they asked their students to unscramble the words

When asked what he thought he would look like in 100 years' time - a bleak Warren drew a tombstone with his name and 'RIP' on it.

And one exasperated teacher was driven to comment on one pupil's spelling test, shocked by the strange sentences they chose to illustrate the word they were being asked to spell - including 'Have patience, my kitten', when asked to use 'patience' in a sentence.

Another child pointed his teacher in direction of the Wounded Warrior Project, a military and veterans charity service organization empowering injured veterans and their families, when asked a question that presumed all the members of one family had two legs.

The pupil wrote: '[Quinton is correct] because 14 divided by two is seven, but not everyone has two legs. Go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org.) 

Another child pointing his teacher in direction of the Wounded Warrior Project, a military and veterans charity service organization empowering injured veterans and their families, when given a question that presumed all the members of a family had two legs

'A pig is a pig until it becomes a bacon', wrote one child - which doubtlessly made their teacher smile

Ricky, age 10, has some novel advice for making a marriage work: 'Tell your wife that she looks pretty, even if she looks like a truck'

When asked to name the quadrilateral, Hope decided to give all the shapes on her page names, including Sam, Cate, Hary [sic] and Bob

This is probably not what the teacher had in mind when they asked their class to show their thinking

This child has slightly missed the point when asked to write '< or >', but technically they've still done what they were asked to do

High hopes: This adorable blond boy has written in his end of year book that when he grows up he wants to be 'a dog'

Cringe! This mother was forced to write a letter to her child's teacher to explain that she is not an exotic dancer - despite what is suggested by the drawing

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Кольца на пальце уже не. ГЛАВА 118 - Это может служить доказательством, - решительно заявил Фонтейн.  - Танкадо избавился от кольца. Он хотел, чтобы оно оказалось как можно дальше от него - чтобы мы его никогда не нашли. - Но, директор, - возразила Сьюзан, - это не имеет смысла.

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