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Innocent Kid's Drawings That Adults Will See Differently (10 pics)

These kids had no idea that the drawings they created would be absolutely hilarious for adults to look at.

I think they're confused about what a Giraffe looks like
He's Definitely worthy of a 'World's Greatest Dad' mug
It's all for you Jesus

At least it's anatomically correct

The dream

Mowing the yard has never been more fun
Whisper Please

A day they'll certainly never forget

This light house would be impossible to miss
Banksy had to start somewhere


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