Uhhh ... eight kids who really drew the darndest things

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Kids manage to produce some really, really questionable drawings - a fact we were recently reminded of in a hilarious new upload by comedian, Christian Hull (aka 'Trish').

In the video he shares his responses to some "innocent" creations. Suffice to say, if you're in need of a laugh it is well worth a watch!

WARNING: make sure your kids aren't looking over your shoulder before continuing!

Of course, nine times out of 10 these drawings are simply misinterpretations ...

Like the image below which was drawn by a kid while at school to show what they want to be when they grow up:

The teacher managed to clarify that the child's mum works at a hardware store, and when it snows she has to get a big shovel and clear the entrance. Obviously!

This kid was trying to spell "cute":

And this child was trying to spell "Coke":

One young boy was trying to draw a target for his nerf gun ... but was bored of circular ones, so he opted for a diamond instead:

Errr ... bullseye?

Apparently this mum asked her son to draw "something he likes doing" on his cousin's birthday card ... and he likes to wee:

And this festive drawing of "elves" is immedately less wholesome when interpreted by grown-ups ...

But wait, there's more!

Of course there was even more comedy gold to be found in the video's comment section.

Like this kid who has an interesting technique for drawing "snails":

And this was one five-year-old's attempt at an "emu":

Hmmm. How long do you reckon this one lasted up on the fridge?

Bring it on!

While some of these pieces can leave parents cringing with embarrassment, it seems these artworks only make people MORE excited about parenthood.

"I can't wait for our kids to be old enough to write and draw," wrote one dad on Facebook. "Totally framing all the questionable stuff!"

And we have to agree with him. Kids sure are good for a laugh! 

Watch Christian's full video here:

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