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5 Hilarious and Unintentionally Threatening Kid Art Projects

I truly love anything that is unintentionally hilarious. Kids are no exception. My offspring started saying, writing and drawing things around age 2 that were so funny and awesome, I nearly fell over. The silliness continues to this day, as one of my children insists on pronouncing the word “quadrangle” as something that sounds exactly like “crotch-wrangle”.

I truly do not know how elementary school teachers keep a straight face when these things happen in class

When I came across these unintentionally funny and threatening  notes and drawings from kids on the site HappyPlace.com – I was eager to share them. If you want to see the full set, click over to HappyPlace.com – they’re all hilarious.

All images courtesy of HappyPlace.com.

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  • A Very Special Valentine 1 of 5
    A Very Special Valentine
    I love you guys but you're lucky to be alive. Just know that.
  • Nature vs. Television 2 of 5
    Nature vs. Television
    Nature wins. Or else.
  • If I found a Leprechaun… 3 of 5
    If I found a Leprechaun...
    I would kill him. And probably take his Lucky Charms.
  • Hi Dad! 4 of 5
    Hi Dad!
    How do you like Hell? Pretty hot there? I understand it's a dry heat.
  • What will I be doing in 100 years? 5 of 5
    What will I be doing in 100 years?
    Breaking out of my tomb.

Read more from Julie at her blog Rants from MommyLand. Follow Julie on Facebook and Twitter for additional goofy nonsense at no extra charge. You can catch up on her posts for Strollerderby, too – where she is often slightly less stupid.

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14 little ways our kids drive us majorly crazy

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