Thousands of parents have shared the weird, wonderful and often rude artworks their children have drawn for them over the years online.
Christian Hull, a comedian from Australia, started the thread on Facebook with an image of a little girl holding hands with an ‘alien’ and the words ‘This is my friend’ written above it.
Christian asked others to showcase their own children’s hilarious drawings too and to reveal what they were actually supposed to be.
The amusing images have since garnered hundreds of shares.
Christian Hull, a comedian from Australia, shared this image of a little girl holding hands with an ‘alien’ and the words ‘This is my friend’ written above it – and asked parents to share their own children’s hilarious artworks online
‘Family portrait, perkiest boobs I’ve ever had,’ a mother captioned this drawing
‘I love this picture my daughter drew of me. She’s really highlighted my natural assets! She presented it to me on Mother’s Day, years ago now, and I almost died laugh/crying,’ a mother said of this drawing
‘The day you find out your daughter has a hit out on you,’ this commenter wrote
‘Zach’s drawing of Santa and his sleigh looks like a homeless person throwing a cat out of a dumpster,’ a woman wrote
This mother got a very rude shock when she saw her son’s drawing of ‘Santa and his elves’
‘I have two pics from my kids. First one was a gift from my then four-year-old son gave me of his hands and his bottom,’ this highly amused mother wrote
‘It’s a nurf gun target. He was tired of drawing normal round targets so drew a diamond one,’ his mother said of her son’s unfortunately shaped picture
‘One of the first drawings he did of me. “Mummy giving me a hug”. The “after the glass of wine” is obviously implied,’ this woman said
Weapon of choice! ‘My son’s model of tanks,’ one mother wrote alongside this image
This little girl told her mother: ‘This is the sky, this is the sun… this is all your blood because you’re dead’
‘My mum asked my son to draw her a picture… he drew her house,’ joked one woman
This preschool-aged child drew an image of his dogs ‘pooping’ – and it was made into a plate for his family