Twitter users share the responses funny kids gave in different life situations.
She looks so sweet but today a woman asked her what her name was and she replied “Buttcrack” so. pic.twitter.com/09qB43vhWj
— Megan (@megan__coe) May 1, 2018
When Bea was 3:
3yo: I love u the mostest.
Me: I love u my tiniest baby.
3yo: I love u my oldest Mommy. My fossil Mom. You are a fossil.
— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) October 24, 2016
Most inventors are smart, but not the person who invented homework. They are the worst of all the inventors.
— Jennifer Lizza (@outsmartedmommy) June 15, 2016
The Girl: Why would someone dress like a hamster?
Me:…. Do you mean hipster?
Girl: What’s the difference?
— Ponies and Martinis (@PonyMartini) September 24, 2015
4yo: What happens if your phone goes in the potty?
4yo: Never mind.
— Stephanie Jankowski (@CrazyExhaustion) September 2, 2015
just overheard this 10 year old kid at work say “I’m just going to marry myself so I can get a ring and a fancy dress”. She’s on the right track.
— emac (@emacthadon) June 22, 2018
My 5 yo after I explained the concept of breastfeeding: “can you squeeze Capri Suns outta those things or just milk?”
— Ally (@TragicAllyHere) January 23, 2016
I was arguing with my husband and my son screamed “yay! TWO christmases!” from the other room.
— JennyPentland (@JennyPentland) May 6, 2017
The kids I nanny asked why I wanted to see Incredibles 2 and I said because the first one came out when I was a kid
and they really asked ….
If it was in color
— Kirsten Pritchett (@kirstenabigail2) June 22, 2018
my nephew has a new classmate from Zimbabwe and upon discovering that Zimbabwe is in Africa (these kids are 6), the first thing everyone asked him is if he’d been to Wakanda. His reply: “no, there are force fields around it”
— Rawan (@rawan) March 13, 2018
Me: *sings along to radio*
3yo: why don’t you let it sing all by itself?
— Melissa McCartney (@ToastyGiraffe) November 26, 2016
I asked my 6year old son if he’ll visit me when I’m old. He told me to get a Life Alert bracelet instead. 😕
— Unfiltered Mama (@UnfilteredMama) September 23, 2017
My 2yo said she is a grown up. I told her she isn’t, that she is a toddler. She replied, “No, I’m a grown up. I’m going to touch knives.”
— jess ⚪️ (@jessokfine) June 29, 2015
dad: “come on, you guys are LATE!!!!”
11yo: “you should have started YELLING at us earlier!”
— dadmissions (@Dadmissions) June 30, 2016
My friend’s toddler babbled “don’t forget to subscribe” as he was put to bed. Kid watches so much YouTube he thought it means “goodbye”
— Tom Gara (@tomgara) May 6, 2017
Daughter: Daddy, how much of this meatball is meat?
Me: Probably like 90%
D: So it’s 10% balls?
Me: *spits out food*
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) January 3, 2016
As I’m walking in the house the kids outside ask if it’s somebody’s birthday because I have balloons in my hand. I say “No, I just wanted balloons” and the little girl says ” you can do that?!”
— Ma$on (@FirstGentleman) May 16, 2018
children are so strange i just had seven (7) young boys on my front porch demanding to see my cat. they had a leader. i opened the door and before i could greet them he said “where’s your cat. i know he’s in there we see him in the windows and he’s real fat.” idk what to do here
— ari (@wasteIandbaby) April 14, 2018
10: Mom what’s a metaphor?
Me: My life is a train wreck.
10: I know Mom, but what is a metaphor?
— Sardonic Tart (@SardonicTart) December 12, 2014
6YR OLD: does it hurt, daddy?
ME: [with a tissue up my nose to stop the bleeding] yes
6: good…that’ll teach you not to eat my ice cream
— Andy H. (@AndyAsAdjective) August 17, 2016
4yo from the other room: I love you, Mama.
Me: Aww, I love you too!
4, angrily: No, that was my doll saying it to her mommy!
— SpacedMom (@copymama) October 30, 2017
Me:”Sweetie, what do you say when you do something wrong?”
4yo: “I didn’t do that!”
— Kathy Cooperman (@Kathy_Cooperman) April 4, 2016
4-year-old: Can I have some of your candy?
Wife: I got this for Mother’s Day.
4: You’re only a mom because of me.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) May 13, 2017
“I wish there was a Martin Luther King, Jr. cereal.”
-my culturally sensitive 6 y/o son
— TheAlexNevil, Regional Manager SW (@TheAlexNevil) January 18, 2016
Me: I think I ate too much.
4yo: Yeah, but not just today.
— Aaron Aryanpur (@aaroncomedian) November 26, 2016