Girl's 'rude' homework leaves mum in hysterics

Marni Dixit
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·2-min read

A mum has been left in hysterics after her daughter's schoolwork involving a dream about a whale took a very rude turn.

The daughter wrote about a girl who had a dream where she met a whale and rode on its back, but thanks to a spelling mistake, the story was actually turned out to be quite X-rated.

A mum who is homeschooling her daughter got the shock of her life after marking some homework. Photo: Getty
A mum who is homeschooling her daughter got the shock of her life after marking some homework. Photo: Getty

Alison Taylor took to Facebook to share her daughter's work, which she was marking when she found the mistake.

The tale takes a turn when the whale asks if the girl would like to ride on his back with the word spelled, er... differently.

As the girl hasn't quite mastered spelling just yet, she mixed up the spelling of 'come' with a far ruder spelling.

Unfortunately, the girl's spelling mistake changed the whole meaning of what she wrote. Photo: Facebook
Unfortunately, the girl's spelling mistake changed the whole meaning of what she wrote. Photo: Facebook

This meant the whale asked the girl if she wanted to "cum on my back" with Alison admitting she had to walk away and compose herself after reading the story.

Whenever she tried to continue reading the story and mark the work, she was left in hysterics.

Alison isn't the only parent to be left mortified at their children's spelling.

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Recently a father shared a photo of his seven-year-old's unintentionally very rude note.

Once again, the child had misspelled 'come' and had seemingly written her parents a very strange note.

The note read, "Do not cum in mum," definitely not what the child intended.

A father shared a similarly rude note from his daughter. Photo: Facebook
A father shared a similarly rude note from his daughter. Photo: Facebook

"A note my daughter left outside her bedroom door," the man wrote on Facebook

"I presume this message is meant for her mother as the advice is about [seven] years too late for me," he joked.

"Please never delete this photo," one Facebook commenter wrote.

"Couldn't be more obvious she doesn't want siblings," another joked.

"This is why punctuation is so important," someone else added.

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