A blog post a friend had recently shared on social media caught my attention and gave me a bit of a laugh. Ok, that's an understatement. It was piss-your-pants funny. It was a post about funny kids drawings that have innocently gone wrong. If you're up for a giggle you can view the post here. Go to the bathroom first.
Anyway, it got me thinking about a recent artwork Miss P (aka Tiny Whiny #1) recently produced. She is a mad Beanie Boo collector and likes to do their portraits every now and again. On this particular occasion, she decided to draw 'Princess' a pink poodle.
This is what I thought was the finished product, but then Miss P decided Princess was missing something. Ok, like a bow? Some accessories maybe? Nope!
Apparently she was missing her pretty, pink penis. Sorry I meant pretty, pink tail. Well it certainly seemed to me like Princess was, in fact, not a Princess at all. But maybe I just don't get art because according to my budding Picasso, it's a fluffy poodle tail.
Shortly after the poodle pecker incident, Mr L (aka Tiny Whiny #2) came home with some art he had worked on at school. I'm thinking they have similar creative styles as I'm sensing a common theme to their masterpieces.
So Mr L was quite proud when he brought his artwork home. Mainly because he doesn't normally get creative and struggles for inspiration in art classes. Clearly inspiration wasn't too far away on this particular occasion.
He was all smiles when he handed it to me and I had no idea how to react. I didn't want to look mortified because he almost never produces anything when asked to draw something and I did not want to discourage him. So I was like, 'Oh, wow. That's ….. that's...… what is that?' With a big, nervous, 'please don't tell me it's a bunch of dicks' smile on my face.
'It's wooden huts made from trees', he explained. Oh boy, instant relief. They were asked to draw dwellings made from sustainable materials. Yes, of course, I mean, willy's don't have arch-shaped doorways at their base, now do they? What was I thinking?
So, do your little cherubs like to draw? Have they produced something that may have been interpreted as something else? If so, keep the laughs going and share with us on Facebook.