5 Times When Students Told Teachers The Funniest Things

By Divya G

Kids are funny little creatures. Dealing with them inside the classrooms can be one of the most memorable experiences for teachers. Amidst their curious questions and unfiltered honesty, you might end up laughing your heart out after hearing some of their weird answers.

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The best part is that even their hilarious answers and statements are backed by solid logic. Check out some of the examples below.

The Unforgettable Fart Story

A teacher shared his/her experience where a child in their class was making uncomfortable faces. In order to show concern, the teacher decided to ask whether everything was okay with the kid.

This was when the student said that he/she needed to fart, or else they might get a serious case of migraine. The loudest fart made the teacher open all the windows, and it took a while for the class to stop laughing. 

It’s Wonka!

Children love Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; no wonder the story is getting ready for its third cinematic adaptation.

One of the kids attempted to draw Willy Wonka from memory and labeled the art as ‘Willy W*nker.’ Now, you really can’t blame the little one for this silly mistake. It’s not like he knows what the word even means.

Stomach Ache and Soup Poops

A pre-K boy told his daycare teacher that he was dealing with ‘soup poops’ that morning. He wasn’t feeling good in his tummy and was waiting for the ache to go away.

As hilarious as it sounds, “soup poop” is actually a pretty clever way of saying he had diarrhea. 

Indica or Indigo? 

A teacher asked his/her students if they knew what the word indigo meant, and one of the students asked whether it was a type of cannabis or not.

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There’s not much difference between Indica and Indigo, though, so we don’t blame the kid. We just wonder where he’s been hearing this kind of word.

What state is that?

When kids are still trying to learn how to spell things properly, it’s pretty common for them to make mistakes. A student didn’t give any second thoughts while spelling Virginia as a different word that actually refers to lady parts.

It’s not their fault, okay? These words look the same; almost