First-Grader’s Response To A Riddle Is Pretty Damn Dark

Chill out, kid.

Bryan Brunatiby Bryan Brunati
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Life is tough, I completely get it. But it shouldn’t be tough for a kid at all. Kids should be watching cartoons all day, eating ice cream and making their parents miserable, they shouldn’t be thinking about the awfulness of life. Well, it seems like one student in Bret Turner’s first-grade class is already seeing how shitty the world is.

Turner recently shared the same puzzle of the week that he shared with his class for one reason and one reason only: one of his students’ response. Check out the tweet below:

The puzzle reads:

“I am the beginning of everything, the end of everywhere. I’m the beginning of eternity, the end of time and space. What am I?”

And as you can see one of his kids replied, “death.” Oh man…

Turner also tweeted this:

Man, it sounds like there are just a bunch of little versions of me in that class. Well, Twitter was loving this. Just check out some of the replies:

h/t Someecards

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