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.
Mikaylah, age 7
Not to be confused with a "gold robber," a "gold rober" is a lanky leprechaun that steals gold-colored woven fabrics and uses them to make flowing garments and fancy draped gowns.
Sandra, age 7
Every now and then an idea for a car comes along, like one with clovers growing on it, that makes one step back and say: wow, what a totally useless and impractical piece of shit.

Although, in a world where the sun's corona is literally passing through our atmosphere, I suppose we have bigger things to worry about.

Mac, age 7
"Just a leprechaun being ravaged by Harlequin disease while leisurely picking tulips." -A sentence I thought I'd never have to type.
Matt, age 6
And I'm sure you'll find plenty of work with that pointy hat, farming tiny clovers on a leprechaun farm some day, Matt. Way to aim high... er, low, I guess.
Some smartass tried to be all meta by "drawing" the letter F at my booth at Comic-Con last year. Here was my response:

Eileen, age 13

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