Kid's 'Constructive Feedback' for Her Teacher Is Hilariously Brutal


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Children might be young, but that doesn't mean they don't know a thing or two. Author Mason Cross shared a photo of his 11-year-old daughter's "constructive feedback" to her teacher that proves writing is clearly a talent in this family ... and that certain behavior from educators can be considered violation of international rules of war -- LOL. 

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When asked to list some "things my teacher(s) can do better," Mason's daughter Ava did not mince words when it came to what she thinks about one-size-fits-all punishments.

"My daughter actually submitted this feedback at school," the UK dad writes on Twitter. "Not sure if I should ground her or buy her ice cream."

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Take a look:

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"Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Genva [sic] Conventions it is a war crime."

BWAHAHAHA. Tell us how you really feel!

Getting in trouble at school because of what someone else did is never fun. We can only imagine the glum looks kids have in a classroom, not being able to have extra time at recess -- or play games after the lesson -- because little Timmy decided to act a fool.

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Since sharing his daughter's feedback to her teacher on Twitter, the dad's post has scored high praises around the Internet -- along with the recommendation to shower this knowledgeable student with sweets for the rest of the year.

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One commenter believes this 11-year-old has a bright future in politics ahead of her that could push Theresa May in the back seat.

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As for the ice cream, one commenter feels Ava has proven to be wiser than her years and jokingly says she deserves a tastier treat.

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(Seriously, this is a joke ... don't give your kids Prosecco. That's mommy's juice!)

As with all things, there are some who thought Mason should correct his daughter, instead of praise her for citing the Geneva Conventions.

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... Or that Dad made up the whole thing up, because kids nevvver say funny things like this -- at all.

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Mason ignored the trolls and instead took to Twitter to reiterate how much his daughter Ava actually enjoys her teacher.

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Who knows what will come from this 11-year-old's feedback, but at least her teacher knows she's listening in class and trying to make lessons applicable to everyday life.

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