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Child follows workbook instructions literally

March 20, 2013 | By Abraham | 12 comments

Given Hope’s interpretation of the instructions, I’d say she did a good job. Full credit…

(via Reddit)

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12 Comments

  1. Heather says:

    I’d mark her down half a point for not capitalizing the “h” in hary. But Tedison would earn extra credit.

  2. Nora says:

    I was looking at the handwriting and thinking, there’s no way a child wrote that. Then I thought about the subject matter and realized that it could be an older child of 10 or 11 and they were trying to be funny. So yay for kids having a sense of humor?

  3. Maro says:

    Are we going to ignore the fact that she called herself “Hope”?

    Anyways as Nora, I´m skeptical about the author of the joke.
    There are a lot of this things posted all over the internet, and
    most of them result to be fake

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