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The Artist Who Ruined Your Childhood By Adapting a Children’s Book With Dark Subtext

Kids’ books don’t reflect reality. On the other hand, we don’t expect realism from children’s literature. The key is to show them the bright side of h..

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Kid books aren’t realistic.

On the other hand, we don’t expect realism from children’s literature. Showing them humanity at its finest, rather than all its flaws, is the key. Because, after all, you want your kid to turn out fine and hopeful. Not cynical, despite the fact that exposure to the world tends to make most of us that way.

And there’s one musician who gets this. That’s why, instead of writing sad stories for children that would make adults cry, they decided to put a humorous spin on the classics. After the laughter has subsided, you will recognise how universal these feelings are and feel sorry for yourself.

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To do that, just keep scrolling down.

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#1 I wish I had realized this years ago.

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#2 Now I feel personally attacked but the cat is just too cute.

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#3 I’d opt for the bear as it has the most meat.

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#4 That is the best place to find it after all.

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#5 And it comes in a red glass bottle.

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#6 True but those are only kids on the cover.

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#7 I wouldn’t say this is a lie.

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#8 This sort of thing happens when you hold the book the wrong way.

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#9 Let’s be honest, we all did this sort of thing when we were young.

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#10 Yes, Babrie is perfect for this message.

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There are currently over 160k followers, and the artist behind these works is seeing rapid growth in their fan base. The fact that they’ve done it again is hardly shocking, considering how consistently inventive they are. Some fans may find the artist’s work to be too extreme, but the majority of fans appreciate the dark humour. And count me among those who fall into the second group.

#11 It’s probabaly the kid in the red shirt, it is always him.

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#12 You can never win against a cat and you don’t want to do that either.

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#13 Everyone who is reading this?

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#14 We all know how to pull the ‘I didn’t do anything wrong’ face.

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#15 Hopefully the pancake doesn’t get stuck to the ceiling.

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#16 Can I have the address? I also want to do this.

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#17 Cats are masters at shady things.

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#18 That is one heck of a way to start your relationship.

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#19 I love playing this game!

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#20 Now this is just offensive.

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#21 When are cats not suggesting it?

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