Class Of 4-Year-Olds Mock Teacher’s Drawing Skills

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BARCELONA, SPAIN - A group of very young learners were left confused and repeatedly face-palming as their teacher failed miserably to depict a number of animals due to be tested in the following week’s English class.

“I bet he wished the ground would have swallowed him up,” comments Antoni. “He started with a big circle and them some fins and six legs. We all looked at each other wondering what the heck this guy was on. Apparently, it was an octopus. An octopus? Are you having a laugh or what?”

Monserrat continues, “After the first two pictures I glanced up at the clock and almost cried. Each minute felt like an hour. Even the teacher had a look of regret on his face. To be honest I felt a little bad for him but come on, you can’t draw a giraffe with a long tail.”

The teacher in question has admitted that he was no Picasso but many of the kids rolled their eyes at the comment. Xavier was quick to have his say. “Of course he’s no Picasso! That’s not what we need. We just need someone with a basic grasp of art. I mean, my gran can draw a better zebra than him, and she’s got Alzheimers and a glass eye.”  

A number of the kids are giving their teacher some lessons during their lunch break to help build his confidence. The cat picture shown was provided by Margarida who turns five next month.

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