I can spell, draw, and do math better than your kids, so I've taken the liberty to judge work done by children. New updates every week.
Lynn, age 8
I can't see many people rallying around a statue with club-like hands, melancholy face and a torch-like middle finger as a symbol of freedom and hope.

Why is the statue's base at a 45 degree angle? Why is there a Jesus crown floating above its head? And why are the words "statue" and "of liberty" circled with separate arrows pointing to "New" and "York"? Well anyway,

Russ, age 12
I've looked at this drawing from every angle, and all I see is a flaccid semi with "horns" coming off it. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say this one was intentional. Good job sneaking it under the radar.
Stephanie, age 9
How do you think this drawing makes Grant feel, asshole? I doubt that Grant has a leg that literally collapses under his weight, gappy teeth, stumpy arms and an unevenly striped shirt. Also, who's Grant? If he's a relative, there's no way you survived that gene pool unscathed, which explains a lot.

And if he's not a relative, why are you hanging around some gimpy stranger?

Ryan, age 12
I'm not sure what the name "John Lennon" has anything to do with your drawing, seeing as who you've drawn is Alan Ruck from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off:"

Unless John Lennon had a giraffe-like neck, lazy eye and looked slightly Asian, you should erase this whole drawing and start over.

Christian Weston Chandler, age 15
Coming this fall: SONIC THE HEDDGG. Thrill as he poses his wormy arms like he's resting on an imaginary coat hanger. Help him defeat MEDICAL PRACTITIONER ROBBOTTNK with his pudgy socks and wedge-shaped feet.

You know he's got attitude when his face is drawn with a different perspective from his ears. He's not too cool for school; he's just cool enough. Catch him if you can, but you gotta go fast!


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