Mum jokes she needs to get a ‘designer vagina’ after seeing daughter’s rude drawing

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A mum has joked that she needs to get a ‘designer vagina’ after discovering a portrait drawn by her daughter.

Family Days Tried and Tested asked their parenting community to submit their favourite children’s drawings gone wrong.

While most parents submitted some old internet favourites (a doodle of Buzz Lightyear saying ‘I cum in pies’ is always delightful), one mum shared a drawing her daughter had created depicting her mother in the shower.

The artful rendering shows a woman with breasts emerging from her neck, the classic mum hairstyle, a pointed nose, and rather visible vulva.

Take a look:

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The drawing has actually been going around the internet for a while now, popping up on Pinterest and Instagram with the same ‘I think I need to get a designer vagina’ caption.

So unfortunately, we can’t track down the original mum and tell her not to worry about her body.

On that note – and not to get too serious here – it’s perfectly normal to have visible labia, and surgery to change the appearance of the vulva is absolutely not necessary.

Of course, the entire drawing could be a fake, done by an adult for internet virality points.

But let’s just enjoy the drawing for what it is: One of those classic things that goes around the internet but still manages to make us laugh.

Handily enough, Family Days Tried & Tested shared a whole load of other funny drawings, which you can peruse and enjoy below.

Just two pals riding horses

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We, too, love the bitch

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A seven-year-old draws the act of washing their hands

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This is obviously a train conductor blowing a whistle

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A fish

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A simple family portrait

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A girl sitting down in the grass

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What a lovely pop-up Easter egg card!

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Ah, an old favourite

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A five-year-old’s drawing of his brother petting a rabbit

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