Top marks for creativity! Hilarious images reveal the hilarious (and VERY cheeky) wrong answers made by school kids
- Photos show the funny answers written by children on school exams
- Some of the answers given are often very cheeky, others very lazy
- Pictures show how far students go when a question leaves them perplexed
There’s nothing quite like that sinking feeling that comes from turning over a test paper and realizing you don’t know the answers.
But these mischievous kids from around the world clearly had a lot of fun pissing off their teachers by writing hilarious and very cheeky wrong answers instead.
Some answers are so frustratingly clever it’s hard to imagine how anyone other than the student laughed last.
Here, FEMAIL unveils a selection of the best examples compiled by Daily Stuff…
Meanwhile, this student was apparently a Beyoncé enthusiast and used the singer’s 2008 tune Single Ladies to answer her question
“Because I’m smart,” wrote one child who appeared to be very confident in his math skills
This student’s math skills might not be cutting edge, but at least they know how to make the best of a bad situation and get creative with their answers
“Giraffes are heartless creatures,” one student replied when asked what the above diagram best illustrated
This student was clearly a fan of the ’90s song What Is Love? from Haddaway for using it in their witty answer
“Because ghosts aren’t real,” one teenager answered the question “how many ghosts are there” in a mathematical equation
Too easy: That’s not quite the answer to that simple math question the examiner was probably looking for
“Enough is enough, Judy!” A playful student added her own answer to this question – but was called out by her teacher to do so
A teenager believed to be living in the US was brutally honest as he finished the statement: “I think my mother should do less of that…”
“Get up and deal with it”: This teenager couldn’t understand when someone scratched their knee after falling on the playground
“She’s blind”: Unfazed by this incorrect answer, a teacher responded “Nice try” to a student’s homework
“I’m a rebel”: A teenager refused to play by the rules and wrote more than was necessary