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    17 Funny Kids Who — Bless Their Souls — Don't Quite Get It

    Kids know everything. Just ask them.

    1. This kid whose answer for #3 may not have been what the teacher wanted, but isn't wrong.

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    2. This hide-and-seek expert who says, "If I can't see you, you can't see me!"

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    3. The kid who saw this strawberry and said, "It's having a baby, I just know it."

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    4. This kid who knew exactly how to treat her sore throat.

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    5. This kid who thought they could drink these because they're "child wines."

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    6. This girl who feels she has a perfectly reasonable gripe with her mom.

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    7. This kid who makes a very compelling argument against hunting.

    8. This kid who knew exactly what to do when they were told to "put the pumpkin in a safe place."

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    9. This kid who thinks they understand finances.

    10. This kid who firmly believes in an eye for an eye (or a poop for a poop).

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    11. This kid who said, "I know now. Quesadillas are made out of giraffe skin."

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    12. This kid who reasoned they could have Rice Krispies Treats for breakfast because... it's cereal.

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    13. This kid who put their comb in the fridge before using it because they wanted a "cool hairstyle."

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    14. This kid who knew the best way to "put away" the toilet paper.

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    15. This kid who thought Santa could use a little extra instruction.

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    If you can't read it, the kid wrote: "Remember to fill this up!!!"

    16. This girl who corrected her mom by saying, "No! It's not a belt! It's a scarf for your belly."

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    17. And this kid who knew exactly how to show their thinking.

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