Girls don't want to go to school and paint red dots on their bodies. They pretend that they have chickenpox. As a result, they have cups and cups.

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Girls don't want to go to school and paint red dots on their bodies. They pretend that they have chickenpox. As a result, they have cups and cups.

2019-04-07 08:03:02 687 ℃

Recently, British media reported that a six-year-old girl made a big joke by pretending she had chickenpox in order to escape the spelling test the next day.

Charlotte, mother from St. Ostaire, Cornwall, UK, said her daughter Lily had chickenpox, so she knew that she could stay away from school for some time when she got chickenpox.

"That day Lily borrowed a red pen from me, saying that it was for homework. But ten minutes later she came back, touched her arm and said that she was itchy and might have chicken pox. She could not go to school tomorrow. But when I turned on the light with her father, I found that she had just painted red dots on herself with that red pen.

Mother Charlotte said in an interview, "Then we told her very seriously that these red dots came out quickly in ten minutes, so we had to see a doctor, and she ran upstairs in horror. Later I went to my room to see her. She was trying to erase the red dots. She was a real delight in our family.

But Lily took away a permanent red marker, even though mother Charlotte bathed Lily with bath gel and baby oil, those red spots did not disappear.

The next day, Lily not only did not escape the dictation test, but also in the sports class where she had to wear short sleeves and shorts, when the students saw her red dots, they thought she had some infectious diseases.

Mother Charlotte and father David wrote letters to the teacher to prove that Lily had no infectious diseases and that the red dots were fake. Teachers were also amused by Lily when they learned, "What an interesting girl."

Fortunately, the "chickenpox incident" happened on Thursday night, and Lily only needed to take these "red dots" to school for one day. Four days later, Lily's red spots were slowly washed away. Charlotte, mother of

, believes that Lily was inspired by the social media video "Ten Ways Not to Go to School", and that there may be nine ways for Lily not to go to school. For example, Lily recently discovered the existence of a routine holiday, and she intends to make a bleeding film tied to her leg.

(Yu Tian)