Ellen DeGeneres Laughs Over Ridiculous Notes Kids Actually Wrote

Too perfect.

Ellen DeGeneres never fails to make us laugh — and a video of her sharing childrens' letters and drawings is no exception.

In "Just Kid Ink: Fraud," published to TheEllenShow on YouTube, DeGeneres reads four ridiculously hilarious notes written by kids and submitted by their parents.

In one, a very clever girl pens a fake note from her school announcing a "brake." It reads:


"The school company is taking a brake so the kids will get one more week of school off and we will need your child to sign their name here."

In another, one woman submits her daughter's "Ball Callindr," a calendar detailing a cleaning schedule for her bouncy ball collection.

"Monday, clean balls. Tuesday, make sure balls are dry. Wednes— I guess we get the idea," DeGeneres says, laughing.

Evidently, these notes are just too funny not to share.

Be sure to watch the full video below:


Subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest news and exclusive updates.