Young boy writes letter to his teacher stating reasons for not doing his homework and it’s hilarious

Young boy writes letter to his teacher stating reasons for not doing his homework and it’s hilarious

Most kids have been trained to be subdued, quiet and do the things that are expected of them without asking questions or being disobedient. However, that was in the past and children are now taught to speak up for themselves.

Despite that school pupils are expected to listen to their teachers and even carry out tasks assigned to them. Sometimes, these tasks come in form of home assignments to test their knowledge.

It is no news that most children do not like doing homework but it is rare to see a pupil who is bold enough to give true reasons for the dislike. has gathered the report of a young boy identified as Eddie whose teacher asked him to write a paper stating his reasons for not doing his home assignment.

The teacher, however, did not bargain for the hilarious letter she got from him.

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In the lengthy letter, Eddie explained that he does not like doing school work during the weekend because weekends are meant to be stress free. He also added that homework makes him sad and unhappy. Explaining further the pupil wrote that homework is not a thing in real life.

See the letter below

As expected Eddie's letter raised a number of interesting replies on social media. Many people seemed to think he had valid points while others were greatly amused by the reasons he stated.

Eddie's letter has definitely raised questions on the importance of home assignments. Nawa o.

Meanwhile previously reported that a gifted 10-year-old mechanic has impressed social media users.

Young people across the world continue to define the odds in a bid to achieve their targets or dreams. In Ghana, 10-year-old Moses is not different. The primary three pupil has already identified what he wants to do in future and is working towards it.

Moses aims to become a mechanical engineer and produce automobiles, and he is currently working with his father as a mechanic.

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