It is never easy when you have a little evil in 'truant-gut' and really would rather be at home than to take to the staveprøve at the school.
How had the English schoolgirl Lily Schooley, and she thought she had found on a bulletproof plan to stay at home.
It says her mother Charlotte Schooley to the Mirror.
six-year-old Lily had noticed that several of her schoolmates got free from school, when they had got chicken pox.
With a future staveprøve took the little girl a quick decision.
She borrowed a red, water-resistant ink in order to 'do his homework', but she had quite other plans with the red color.
Ten minutes after having 'made homework' she went namely down in the living room to his parents and told that she had an itchy rash.
Lily had to really work to get it to look like chickenpox. Photo: Kennedy News and Media
But when the parents of the little girl lit the light for a closer look at the rash, they could see that there was a trick.
When Charlotte Schooley said to her daughter, that they had to hurry get her to the doctor, was Lily away in no time and hastened to say, that now she had it already better.
One enterprising young girl with creative ideas. Photo: Kennedy News and Media
She tried to 'cure' themselves by scrubbing the red stains away, but the marker was permanent, and the spots were no places.
She disappeared quickly, and we went upstairs and saw that she was trying to scrub them away. She said, 'mother, I can not go to school, everyone will laugh at me'. We had to send off that letter the day after, which said that it is not infected, says the mother.
It was not fun to have gymnastics in the school the day after. Photo: Kennedy News and Media
Several of the kids in Lily's school was afraid that she is infected with the endorsed rash.
After four days got Lily finally to grips with the rash.
- I think it was the hairspray, which eventually ended up with it.
the Family says that their daughter is a really krudtugle, which often takes on the crazy inventions. Photo: Kennedy News and Media