The funny thing about becoming an adult is that our brains tend to over complicate things. In fact, one could argue that human beings tend to be more rational during their childhood, rather than their formative adult years. If you’re currently searching for some words of wisdom or helpful life advice, look no further than these words of wisdom from kids.Or you can just ask the nearest kid his opinion on an issue you’re currently dealing with. Trust me, you’ll definitely get an honest answer. Without further ado, here are some hilarious words that have escaped kids’ brains and mouths:
My 5 year old son just asked “what if we put a slice of turkey in the DVD player and it played a movie about the turkey’s whole life” and none of the parenting books I’ve read have prepared me for this question.
— octopus/caveman (@OctopusCaveman) August 26, 2018
4-year-old: Why do we have to wear shoes?
Me: They protect your feet.
4: No, they trap your feet. *whispers* They’re feet traps.
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) January 7, 2019
DAUGHTER, AGE 6: My legs are running away from the ghosts of my feet!
ME: Ha ha, you’re so silly
ME: *waking her up at 2am* Sweetie, Daddy has several questions
— Andrew Fowler (@fowlerism) April 30, 2018
My daughter woke me up at 5 am to urgently tell me “any balloon spongebob blows up is technically a water balloon” & I have not been able to fall back asleep
— Pigeon Fancier (@isabelzawtun) January 26, 2019
4: Mama, I’m not feeling so good.
Me: What’s wrong baby girl?
4: I haven’t had spaghetti for so long my stomach misses it. Listen, *puffs up belly* you can hear my tummy cry.
— Mrs. Lucero (@cafchaosgrace) January 31, 2019
my niece asked me one day why i always wear the same tattoos like LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 💀
— 🔮 (@raullgto) September 29, 2018
Just asked my 7 y.o. if I could be the person who chooses the hangman word and she said, “no. You already had your childhood.”
— Dan Goor (@djgoor) October 22, 2018
My 6-year-old called ranch dressing “salad frosting” and now I’ll never call it anything else.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) February 3, 2019
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
My daugjter just ruined Toy Story for ever. She said if one of the toys died Andy wouldnt know and he’d carry on playing with its corpse
— Reverend Stigmund the first (@stiggib3) July 1, 2018
Remember to not take life too seriously. Looking back at some of the funny (yet oddly wise) things that kids say is a great way to put life into perspective. Doing so will also bring a smile to your face!