It’s no secret that children do the funniest things – whether it be pretending (badly) to like their mum’s cooking or drawing very graphic family pictures.
Their antics are usually completed with the best of intentions and are totally innocent – after all they’re just kids.
But just because they don’t understand what’s so funny, doesn’t mean we can’t have a good chuckle about it.
One parent was recently left cracking up after spotting his daughter’s handwriting practice.
The little girl had been practicing writing the word ‘flag’ in cursive, with the letters all joined together – but the result was rather rude looking.
Posting in the Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas group on Facebook, James Morgan shared a photo of his daughter’s work.
The page certainly looks as if she’s written a very different word. Oops!
Alongside the photo, he wrote: “My daughter was doing some hand writing practice this morning and proudly handed this little gift to mummy…
“I really hope it says FLAG!!”
The post has garnered a lot of attention with more than 12,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
One parent replied: “I laughed way too hard at this.”
Another said: “Aww bless that does not say flag. The F goes down below the line.”
A third wrote: “My son used to get his as and os mixed up he was year 4/5 at school and he was writing about Charlie and the chocolate factory and all the way through he wrote Willy W***er.”
“Oh s**t this is hilarious,” added someone else.