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10 Epic Instances That Prove How A Kid's 'Curiosity' Can Be Deadly!

10 Epic Instances That Prove How A Kid's 'Curiosity' Can Be Deadly!

There's a fine line between asking a valid question, versus seeing stupidity slowly leak out of a person. Here are some of the weirdest things students have asked their teachers.

Teaching is a noble profession. An educator is tasked with passing on useful knowledge to our children, which is important for the continuing of humankind. But before teachers can get anything worthwhile into the blank minds of our young ones, there's a lot of useless fluff that they need to get past. Now, any teacher worth their salt will tell you that no question is a stupid question, because that's how answers are found! But there's a fine line between asking a valid question, versus seeing the stupid slowly leak out of a person. Here are some of the weirdest things students have asked their teachers:

1. "Is abstinence some kind of shot I can get?"

If only birth control was that easy!

2. "Does chocolate come from brown cows or black and white cows?"

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It probably comes from the same place this guy got his profound genius!

3. "Why are there so many words in this dictionary?"

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A legitimate question asked by a high school student!

4. "Did mermaids evolve into dolphins?"

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Asking all the wrong questions is why teachers get so frustrated!

5. "Were cubes discovered in Cuba?"

A 7th-grade math teacher was asked this question and tried very hard not to laugh out loud!

6. "The sun isn't a planet?!"

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One student was baffled to find out that the giant, flaming ball of fire in the sky was a star and not a planet!

7. "How did people put out fires before electricity?"

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This kid also thought that water had to be refrigerated before using it to put out a fire.

8. "Is Zimbabwe the capital of Africa?"

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Hopefully, this kid won't work in the UN any time soon!

9. "Isn't Mount Rushmore a natural wonder?"

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Clearly, they aren't hammering down on their textbooks...

10. "Did Shakespeare write The Titanic?"

That left the teacher 'shooketh'. 

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