Kids are weird. I know this because for about 18 years of life, I was one. Perhaps the most solid documentation we have of our childhood weirdness is whatever elementary school projects have somehow withstood the test of time. There's always that one project, that one report, that one letter that you wrote as a kid that was so hilarious to your parents that they were determined to hold onto it for as long as possible.
Mine? When I made a D.A.R.E poster in third grade that said 'Don't Smoke. Take Coke.' - complete with my teacher adding an 'A' between 'Take' and 'Coke' in red pen. (Listen, I had no idea what I was saying. I just wanted to make my poster message rhyme.)
Thankfully, I'm not the only one who has ever created something ridiculous in elementary school. And, fortunately enough, now we have the Internet to broadcast such accidental, adorable hilarity. For this 'Wait... What?!' card, I'm celebrating the weird things little kids write. Let's look at these together, shall we?
I guess if it's a beautiful potato, you can't be that mad.
Shouldn't we all be thanking our moms for this?
I really hope that's the name of their stuffed animal bear.
This girl truly has her priorities straight.
Yoooo, Amanda. That's cold.
@buddyesd, I didn't know your daughter was named Samara.
I can't tell if this kid is an animal lover or an animal hater.
So, now I want to know:
Have you guys ever seen or received something on this level from a kid? Or maybe you made something like one of these when you were young too?
Let me know in the comments below!