One of the things Mr Bunches loves to do is write alphabets and have us draw pictures to go along with the letters. We do that roughly 20 times a week.
Today, on the latest round of alphabet-drawing, he took over on the "Y" and the result reminded me of Magritte's famous painting, La trahison des images, or "The Treachery of Images". This is that painting:
By which Magritte meant that the painting of a pipe is not a pipe.
Today, working on the aforementioned alphabets, Mr Bunches got to Y, the word for which, he decided, was Yellow:
And when he wrote "Yellow" in green it reminded me of Magritte. I'm sure most people would write the word yellow using the yellow marker. But not Mr Bunches.