Imgur user raegull shared this image with the world. We could all learn from this kid a thing or two about how to think long-term.
PaperWash tried to convince his kid to wear pants, but it's always a lost cause when donuts are involved. No one should ever have to eat donuts while wearing pants.
Sure, some might see this as cheating. More concerning, however, is the teacher using the word "right" when they should have said "correctly." Comparing this kid to the teacher, I'm more confident in the future than I am the present.
Reddit user anotherkeebler told their 5-year-old son he could watch TV as soon as he ate half his hot dog. I mean...he did, so what's all the hubbub about?
Jeff Marcel's little brother is ridiculous. Everyone knows there should be an apostrophe in the word "milk's." What a strange kid.
Reddit user irishchck14's child was told to show, so show they did. Maybe from now on the teacher should ask kids to "explain" their thinking. After all, kids tend to be smart alecks with tests.
Imgur user ValyrianAdamantium posted this child's cruel (yet accurate) test answer. The only person who learned a lesson here was the teacher, in how kids could give such sarcastic test answers.
Kelly Oxford wants to be mad. She's trying to be mad. But she just can't be. This kid's logic is just too flawless.
Imgur user KilgoreTrout81's little sister was badly burned, yet found relief in giving her sibling an even greater burn. Misery loves company, I suppose.
Reddit user TheTrueMuffinMan tutored at an elementary school and was handed this by one of the students. I hope the subject he tutored children in was "Never Change, You Shiny Diamond."