Primary school kid finds glaring error in homework & responds with brutal reply
A primary school student went viral after pointing out a mistake in her homework question.
Reddit users couldn’t stop laughing when the young girl, called Myrah, penned a blunt response to the task.
The question reads: “Jane has 12 crayons and Kim has 7 crayons. How many more crayons does Susan have than Kim?"
Myrah was understandably baffled by the equation – especially as there is no mention of how many crayons Susan has.
Next to the question, she wrote: “Who is Susan?”
The post has garnered more than 76,200 upvotes on Reddit – and many hailed Myrah as a genius.
One commenter wrote: “Myrah is going places.”
Another said: “Kid better not have been marked down for that answer cause she’s totally right lol.”
A third wrote: “This kid is growing to be one of the people who actually reads Terms & Conditions before choosing to agree.”
And a fourth added: “Not sure if we should be more impressed with the great answer or her awesome handwriting.”
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