10 Important News Stories as Depicted by 5-Year-Olds

Much of the world is at war, most economies are in the tank, and now we can't even distract ourselves by pretending to be entertained by the Olympics. We wondered if the world would look any less bleak if viewed through the eyes of a five-year-old.

So, we asked you to break out the MS Paint and show us how a kindergartner might view some of the world's current problems, and we promised $50 to the best one. The winner is below, but first ...

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#10.


by bunker6


#9.


by popeoptimus


#8.


by GreenPeace


#7.


by The Furlinator


#6.


by VanD


#5.


by SlimeQ


#4.


by AndelleRae


#3.


by karaanalunea


#2.


by getfreshdesigns


And the winner is...



by bunker6


Congrats, bunker6 . You win money.

Want in on this?

You'll have another chance. This week's theme is:

Advertising techniques from the future.

What will advertising technologies and techniques look like decades from now? Fire up Photoshop and show us how annoying, awesome, bizarre or downright terrifying advertising will get in the future.

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Post your entries in the forums.

If you'd like to see our first MS Paint contest, check out 25 Historical Events (As Depicted by 5 Year Olds). Or take a look at What The World Would Look Like If The Other Side Won The War. For pictures too strange to make up, but not to make fun of, check out The Daily Craption Contest.

Got an idea for a future Cracked photoshop contest? Let us know.

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