These 18 Kids Brought a Whole New Meaning to ‘Logic’ On Their Homework Assignments
Did you ever get an assignment or take a test that you really didn’t understand? When the answers are multiple choice, it can be easy to guess at the answers, but when you have to write out the answers, it gets a little more complicated.
Sometimes in cases like this, we were tempted to leave the question blank, but if you’re willing to try your luck, you might take your best guess. Some students are pretty creative when it comes to answering questions that they don’t really know the answer to. In some cases, maybe they misinterpreted the question, but we’re pretty sure that in most of these 18 examples, the students were simply being creative.
While they didn’t ace their tests, they should definitely get an A for effort. These answers are pretty amusing.
This student lives in China, and he’s learning English. We think he might be using Google Translate to do his homework.
Stating the Obvious
That’s definitely one thing that ended.
This student isn’t exactly “wrong.” Maybe “solve for x” would’ve been better phrasing for this question.
Every answer is wrong, yet so very right.
100 Years Old
There’s truth here. Maybe the question should have asked about a younger age.
When you’re right, you’re right, but we’re sure the teacher was looking for a different answer.
Problems and Solutions
We’re assuming this kid’s parents don’t coddle him at home.
Thinking Outside the Box
Then Miranda wouldn’t be able to see the microscope either.
“I Don’t Have a Sister”
That’s one way to get out of doing your homework.
Goals are important.
The Length of a Football
This does make sense.
We’re thinking the answer was supposed to be more specific.
That’s one opinion.
These are nice names.
We wish these were all vegetables!
Solving Math Problems
This is certainly a thoughtful answer.
This would be incredibly scary.
Wow. This student put much more work into answering this question than was intended.