There is a definite reason why you should never ask your kids to paint candlelight. Ever.

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Art education is an extremely important aspect of a well rounded education. But as Redditor jjustjjoseph points out, art teachers need to be careful with the subjects they ask their students to paint.

Jjustjjoseph posted an image of a gallery wall of images of candlelight from a children’s art class to Reddit’s r/funny board. He’d noticed all the flames drawn bore a striking resemblance to something else entirely.

Dear art teachers, please don’t ask your young students to paint “candlelight”… from r/funny

That’s right. Those are supposed to be candle flames.

The comment section for the post is filled with Georgia O’Keefe references:

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Amazing jokes like this:

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And a lot of skepticism. Because, well, just look.

User itsallmysky commented that while most of them could pass for flames, “That middle one is straight up just a vagina.”

Still, it’s hilarious. And regardless of whether the exhibit really is a child’s art class presentation, we’re going to agree with user rabbitpantherhybrid.

“Every candle flame is unique and beautiful in its own way.” Hear hear.

So apparently ‘accidental vaginas’ are a thing, and we just don’t know anymore.

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