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28 Of The Most Inappropriately Funny Kid’s Test Answers

March 21, 2013 | 4 Comments » | Topics: Funny Pictures

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  • Jeremiah Smith

    Made my night :’)

  • Snowflake

    Even scarier is the question asking for an example of “verbal and emotional terrorism”… slight overuse of a word normal people apply to acts of murder, maiming and property damage designed to affect the national consciousness. There’s a perfectly good word, “bullying” that’s more appropriate.

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  • doglover

    My 4yo cuzin girl said “I need bigger jugs… God, give me big ol’ titties!” This was out of nowhere! She has ten boys following her at school who tell her that the need to hang out which translates to “lets get married and have a thousand kids!” Kids… what can we do?