Kids are cute. They are so cute that we do not even notice which little sociopaths they have most of the time. Part of the good education slowly teaches them not to destroy the world and everyone around them. We all need to learn what compassion is.
Because of this, teachers or other adults responsible for these little monsters sometimes try to engage children with projects that teach this lesson-that others have feelings, and we should occasionally consider them.
Haha, nice try! The kids can not be controlled, as you can see in this viral tweet.
Twitter user @Get_A_Cloo wrote: "Kelsey's students should write cards in the nursing home and … THESE ARE SO BAD, BUT FUN."
"Did you have a good life?" is exactly the question you want to get from a child when you are a sixty-five year old.
Children have a natural curiosity, but the way they receive and vomit information can be alarming. Yes, some people have problems with health and abilities, but come on:
What did Kelsey tell these kids about the elders, right?
Whatever it is, they are really, really worried about the people in this nursing home.
You have to think that things are pretty bad there:
This funny reminder that you can not trust children has been extremely popular, and everyone chooses their favorite absolutely terrible thing a child wrote:
No, I'm crying right now, @ you're flexible
– Brewers World Series Champs & # 39; 18 (@kschottt) 2 July 2018
Others told stories where they made a similar mistake with the youth:
Once I helped with a DDPS, where they sent cards to soldiers. A few "I hope you can see your family again" and "I hope you do not die."
– Jackie D. Semmens (@Jdsamm) June 29, 2018
I came across something a few years ago. My boss missed the job because her mother died and all the kids made their cards for them. They just said "SORRY ABOUT DEAD MOM".
– Alex Edwards (@ohgodscrewthis) 1st of July 2018
Although sometimes they were the problem:
Once in grade I decided that I wanted to write letters to people in jail and on one of them I drew a picture of a stick figure behind bars and wrote: "It's really nice out here, I hope you get out soon". .I was so proud until my mother saw it and did not let me send it https://t.co/eBh3dxqadl
– Ann Gorman (@anngormann) June 29, 2018
Be honest with yourself about the kind of messages you used to scribble grandma.
Although she probably loves her anyway.