Humor Web Humor 18 Funny Homework Answers from Kids Who Are Going Places These snarky students are smart alecks at heart Share PINTEREST Email Print Via Imgur Humor Memes Holiday Humor By Beverly Jenkins Beverly Jenkins Beverly Jenkins is a humor and pop culture writer. She has published three web humor books and six calendars, including You Had One Job! and Photobombed. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 07/02/18 When you're a student, homework is an unavoidable fact of life. Kids these days often face hours of homework assignments each week—it's no wonder that some of their answers turn out a little snarky. Lucky for us, the funniest homework answers often end up on the Internet, courtesy of amused parents or teachers. Some of these students are being deliberately funny; others may very well be trying (and failing) to find the right answer. We think every single one of them deserves a place in the Smart Aleck Hall of Fame. 01 of 18 Extra Credit for the Snazzy Drawing Via Imgur "Show your thinking?" Challenge accepted! 02 of 18 Well, Duh Via Imgur "What do you need to find?" "The answer." Thank you, Captain Obvious. That's really helpful. 03 of 18 Just Following the Directions Via Imgur The assignment said to write "< or >" so that's exactly what this student did. What's the problem here? 04 of 18 Whoopsie! Via Instagram You know what they say — never trust a fart. For those who may not know, "shart" is slang for what happens when you do trust a fart. Use your imagination. 05 of 18 That's Just Your Opinion Via Imgur Some say Tony is disciplined and loves music. Others say Tony is probably a huge nerd. No shame in that game, Tony! 06 of 18 Seems Legit Via Imgur Why do we know anything, Sharon? Because we're SMART! Somebody give this kid a scholarship. 07 of 18 Don't Be Silly, Kid Via Imgur Pssh. "Tedison" is not even a real name... but we totally wish it was. 08 of 18 Failing Biology and Acing Zoology Via Imgur Sure, this student doesn't know the difference between an ovary and a fallopian tube, but check out that kick-butt tiger face! Points for creativity? 09 of 18 Found It! Via Imgur Find X? No problem, there it is. It was right there all along! How did you miss that, Teach? 10 of 18 The Metric System Is Confusing Via Imgur We can partially blame the American system of measurement for this one, but this student also gets bonus points for the sheer genius of the utterly sarcastic remark. 11 of 18 So Wrong, Yet So Right Via Imgur Again, this answer isn't even wrong. It's technically totally, 100% correct! Maybe the teacher needs to rethink those test questions. (Nah, not really.) 12 of 18 "April Ham Lincoln." Via Instagram Remember what the great former president April Ham Lincoln once said: "Four scones and seven beers ago." Wait, that's not right. Or is it? 13 of 18 An Example of Being Too Honest Via Imgur This sounds like something out of "Breaking Bad." We really, REALLY hope this is a little kid spelling error situation. 14 of 18 She Must Work at the School in #13 Via Imgur Some teachers will go above and beyond to bond with their students, but this is ridiculous. Get your act together, Mrs. Edwards! 15 of 18 I See How It Is at Your House... Via Imgur This is an actual quote from a first grade student. How did the teacher not die laughing?! Comedian Chris Rock once famously said, "As a father, you have only one job to do: Keep your daughter off the pole!" Clearly, this kid's family has some work to do in that department. 16 of 18 Hold Up There, Buddy Via Imgur From "I like to play football" to "I am a god" in just a few short sentences. That's quite a leap! Tell the truth: this is Tom Brady's homework from 30 years ago, isn't it? 17 of 18 That's Extremely Literal Via Imgur The difference between six and eight IS that eight is more curly. That's not silly – it's just accurate. Okay, so I never did that well in math class either. Sue me. 18 of 18 She Deserves Extra Credit Via Reddit We'll end on a positive note. This student followed directions to the letter and did exactly what she was told to do: "Write a story to go with this picture. Use capitals and punctuation." She not only created a funny story about this really, really weird picture of a cat overseeing a pile of hot dogs, but she also used CAPITALS and lots of exclamation points. Who cares what the teacher thought — this kid deserves an A+!