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Hilarious: a third grade teacher showed the letters that their student wrote to God

& # 39; Thanks for the little brother, but I prayed for a puppy & # 39 ;: Third graders write apparently honest (and very funny) letters to God as part of a fascinating school assignment

  • A third grade teacher showed the letters that their student wrote to God
  • The 30 students had a number of questions and blunt statements they had about the spiritual figure when writing the letter
  • A student told how they bathe a puppy above a baby brother
  • Another student hilariously wondered why a giraffe looks like this
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A third grade teacher asked her students to write letters to God for a class assignment, and the results showed hilarious and heartbreaking honesty of the young children.

Bored Panda first compiled the answers from the teacher's 30 students when they were asked what they would write to God.

The answers varied from children who admitted that they preferred a puppy over their siblings to other students who wanted to know why God had made giraffes to look like this.

Hilarious: a third grade teacher showed the letters that their student wrote to God

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Hilarious: a third grade teacher showed the letters that their student wrote to God

Disappointed: a student told how they prayed for a puppy above a baby brother

Disappointed: a student told how they prayed for a puppy above a baby brother

Disappointed: a student told how they prayed for a puppy above a baby brother

QUESTION: Another student hilariously asked why a giraffe looks like him

QUESTION: Another student hilariously asked why a giraffe looks like him

QUESTION: Another student hilariously asked why a giraffe looks like him

Need to know: the 30 students had some questions and blunt statements they had about the spiritual figure when writing the letter

Need to know: the 30 students had some questions and blunt statements they had about the spiritual figure when writing the letter

Need to know: the 30 students had some questions and blunt statements they had about the spiritual figure when writing the letter

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A student named Nan wrote hilariously: & Dear God, I bet it's very hard for you to love everyone around the world. There are only four people in our family and I can never do it. & # 39;

Another student was not so happy that God seemed to give her a brother instead of a furry friend.

& # 39; Dear God, thank you for the little brother, but what I prayed for was a puppy, & # 39; wrote the student who wrote Joyce frankly.

Heart-warming and hilarious reactions from the teacher's students kept asking questions about the different beings that God decided to make.

There was a student who couldn't quite figure out why the giraffe looked like this.

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They asked in a letter: "Dear God, did you mean that the giraffe looked like this or was it an accident?"

Adorable: Heartwarming and hilarious answers from the teacher's students kept asking questions about the different beings that God decided to make

Adorable: Heartwarming and hilarious answers from the teacher's students kept asking questions about the different beings that God decided to make

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Adorable: Heartwarming and hilarious answers from the teacher's students kept asking questions about the different beings that God decided to make

Curious: children also asked God specific questions about the spiritual creator based on appearance, nationality, and even how God acted

Curious: children also asked God specific questions about the spiritual creator based on appearance, nationality, and even how God acted

Curious: children also asked God specific questions about the spiritual creator based on appearance, nationality, and even how God acted

Children also asked God specific questions about the spiritual creator based on appearance and nationality.

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Questions included whether God was an American, how God knew they were God, and whether God was able to be invisible at all times, or whether it was just a trick.

The letters also gave the children the opportunity to specifically ask God for permission to perform certain tasks.

One child wanted approval for a Halloween costume prior to the holiday.

& # 39; Dear God, on Halloween I'm going to wear a devil costume. Is that okay with you? & # 39; The child questioned in the letter.

Another adorable student wrote: “Dear God, I went to this wedding and they kissed each other in the middle of the church. Is that alright? & # 39;

Funny: a number of letters to God contain questions that the students just had to know. But other students decided to praise the spiritual figure

Funny: a number of letters to God contain questions that the students just had to know. But other students decided to praise the spiritual figure

Funny: a number of letters to God contain questions that the students just had to know. But other students decided to praise the spiritual figure

These letters were shared online for the entertainment of people everywhere due to the impudent curiosity of the students.

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The various responses that the teacher received from the students showed their interest in learning more about the world around them.

Although some children chose to use the letter to compliment God on some of the achievements, many used it as an opportunity to ask questions about topics they wanted to know more about.

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Share everything: the letters were shared online for the amusement of many

Share everything: the letters were shared online for the amusement of many

Share everything: the letters were shared online for the amusement of many

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