Sometimes kids say and do the funniest things. Sometimes. 95% of the time they’re actually pretty boring, but for the sake of this article lets focus on the 5%. It’s that 5% that keeps them from driving us insane.
Don’t you miss those early years when you were completely uninhibited? So silly, and free, and delightfully weird. The world hadn’t tried to put you in a box yet, so you could let your imagination run wild and try new things with ease. That’s why kids are so funny. They’re operating on a wavelength we don’t even really remember. All we get are little glimpses into it through them. So, lets take a trip down memory lane and watch these hilarious kids being themselves.
SON: you're pretty
SON: even when you just waked up you're so pretty
SON: can i have Doritos for lunch
ME: there it is
— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) June 16, 2017
We taught our baby sign language. This is the sign for "help." You're welcome. pic.twitter.com/i6NkxBf4KP
— Kerry Spencer (@Swilua) December 5, 2017
My 3yo said she wanted to be an astronaut, and I said she had to study hard, go to college, learn a lot of science, and take a physical fitness test, and she shrugged and said, "That's just 4 things." So she's basically a nonchalant motivational speaker.
— jendziura (@jendziura) February 15, 2018
I pay for this boy to go to after school clubs and he makes shit like this 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/LIlr0KT3Fv
— Pettywise 🎈 (@arieella_) December 5, 2017
Audrey (3yo): Tweet tweet!
Me: Aw, are you a birdy?
Audrey: Yes! I’m a mommy bird!
Me: Where are your babies?
Audrey: They’re eggs! They’re so cute!!!
Me: And is there a daddy bird?
Audrey, suddenly serious: He died a long time ago
— Brian Wecht (@bwecht) March 4, 2018
I just want someone who looks at me the way my brother looks at ketchup pic.twitter.com/gDcrGcjG13
— Anicca✨ (@13adh13) January 23, 2016
7: I'm beating you!
7: I'm way ahead!
Me: I see that.
7: I'm gonna win!
My son on the carousel horse in front of me.
— Master of Mediocrity (@charliedelta7) March 13, 2016
4yo:*takin sip of my Dr. Pepper* what flavor is that?
4yo:*looks at me like I'm a moron* That's not a flavor, that's a person.
— Red (@Snarkles77) August 19, 2017
It was princess day at dance and one little girl came as a hot dog I have never admired someone more pic.twitter.com/iro5mL2Bvc
— Grayson Lamontagne (@graysonl3) May 9, 2016
When my youngest brother was little he was being bullied and went to my parents for help. They told him “Sticks and stones may break my bones” they then asked him to finish the phrase and he said “but chains and whips excite me” he seriously thought that was he second part.
— Max (@maxpalumbo5) January 3, 2018