A daily comic about real stuff little kids say in school. By Matt Gajdoš
Purist Mister G Kids fans will welcome this return to vintage form, after a few weeks of hundred-foot beards and Angry Birds hipster parties.
Part One is here.
[...] The sequel is here. [...]
Did a kid really say that? That is awesome.
Oh yes! This one is real and she said it yesterday!
That’s right. I’m putting my hands up. You got me. I’m a Mister G Kids purist. And I love how you drew her socks too. Although I have to admit, the beard was kinda awesome :P
I’ll always come back to the central themes, but thanks for allowing me my wild side too ;)
I don’t think I have a choice in the matter to be honest if you think about it. Might as well make the best of it under the circumstances :P
you never know. you never know.
[...] that demo is featuring a cute little kid. The motif of the little girl in pink has since appeared again and [...]
[...] Mister G Kids – Matt is a substitute teacher who happens to also draw. His depictions of the things kids say are funny, touching, heartwarming and just plain honest. (Image used with permission of the artist). [...]
This is your work? Sooo cool. :D Definitely following.
Yes I draw it. Thank you! Follow back!
I love this so much. This needs to be on t-shirts, posters, mugs, you name it. Everyone in the world can relate to that.
you are sweet sweet sweet. thank you!
How lovely. What a perfect way to describe being hurt, makes me want to give her a great big cuddle! :) I love your cartoons, they’re really fantastic!
YAY! I know – be watching for one next week in this series that I think will make you laugh…
I’ll keep an eye out, thanks! :)
[...] This is the informal third in a series. Here’s the one before this… [...]
I’ve been kicked in the heart before so I know how much it hurts. Poor little sweetheart!
Me too! But she means her actual heart, which makes this all the cuter to us jaded adults
Aww I hope she never gets kicked in the proverbial heart.
Oh, so cute!
Oh, this is cute!!
I remember my brother saying “My mind hurts” whenever he had a headache or he felt tired of so much homework.
Kids are great when improving our language. :’)
That’s such a great way to put it! Thanks!
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