Kid's NSFW Bio Of Mom Was An Accident, But Still Completely Hilarious

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As the saying goes, kids really do say the darnedest things, don't they? While pretty much anything a kid says is adorable, they're even more adorable when they get confused and mess up what they're trying to say. Because of that, it seems that kids completing fill-in-the-blank style school assignments is oftentimes just asking for trouble or laughs. That was the case with one kid's unintentionally NSFW bio of their mom — one that was technically an accident, but still seriously funny, to say the least.

Needless to say, it doesn't take much for a kid to take something simple and turn it into something hilarious. In a post shared yesterday, one Redditor shared a photo of a completed assignment that their friend's student did at school that day, which asked the student several questions about his or her mom. While the teacher obviously clarified and even changed some of the answers, the kid's original depictions of the mom in question remain ridiculously funny.

The photo, which included the caption, "my friend's first graders are nonstop entertainment," and which the teacher asked to keep private, has since been commented on over 200 times. The "All About My Mom" assignment definitely wasn't meant to be silly, but hey, that's how it turned out, and thank goodness.

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While the assignment starts innocently enough, with the child writing in their mom's age as "13," and having "brown eyes and black hair," it quickly escalates to a very "not safe for work"-level of humor.

After saying that their mom's job is to "work on a computer/iPad," the student then goes on to say that "she loves to eat penus." Smartly, the teacher spotted the potentially dangerous mistake, and wrote "peanuts" under they student's original answer, presumably what the child originally meant. But that doesn't mean that the kid's first answer was any less hysterical, or internet worthy.

The original poster also clarified that the word "'iPad' was changed to 'computer' because computer is a word, iPad is a product." But no one was paying attention to that part, as the child's innocent mistake was stealing the spotlight, for obvious reasons.

Of course, the student's mom probably does more than work on an iPad, and eat "penus," but the fact that the kid didn't feel the need to sugarcoat anything shows how much they truly love their mom, and that's pretty sweet. Because while kids may say the darnedest things, they usually have the cutest intentions, too.