Being a kid is great, because you can embarrass your parents as much as you want without feeling even slightly bad about it. Take a look at this hilarious list of embarrassing kid quotes to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, the list contains some of the funniest, the weirdest, and the most unexpected words to exit the mouths of children. It serves as a reminder that, even though growing up has its benefits, there's nothing quite as liberating as saying exactly what you think in a crowded place and letting somebody else apologize for you. Don't forget to vote for the funniest!


Friend's son, 5 years old, pointed at a Muslim women in the mall wearing full garb (including face) and shouted, "Mom, a ninja!"

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On our way to watch my daughter play soccer, my son was asking me about how babies were made. So I told him all about the sperm and they egg and so on. He seemed to reflect deeply about what I had said. Get to soccer and we sit among all the other parents and he blurts out "Dad, is your sperm still inside me?" I almost fucking died.

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Took my kids to see Puss and Boots, and when lights dimmed and Puss appeared on the screen, my middle son screamed, 'It's pussy time!' The whole theater was cracking up — I laughed so hard I cried.

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My daughter once asked a black guy why he was made of chocolate. I was incredibly embarrassed. He thought it was hilarious.

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When I was 5 or 6 we were at my Dad's company picnic. I was introduced to his boss and I told him, "My Daddy says you're a son of a bitch." My Dad's co-workers fed me ice cream all afternoon.

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When my daughter was two and asking about the anatomical differences between herself and her baby brother, I taught her the proper terms and that women and girls had vaginas and vulvas and boys and men had penises and testicles. Whilst browsing through Kohl's that holiday season (store was PACKED), she loudly exclaimed as she pointed to ever stranger we passed "BOY! Penis and tentacles!" "GIRL! Gyyyyyynah and Volvo!" Lather rinse repeat. The kicker was the androgynous cashier. She asked "Boy or girl?". The cashier was a trooper and smiled "Girl, sweetie." Kid proudly screams back "Gyyyyynah and VOLVO!"

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Oh my .... I would have been too embarrassed to continue shopping lol.

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When I was pregnant with my youngest daughter we explained to my older daughter that mommy has a baby in her belly and daddy put it there. Well she always wants to be just like mommy so she started going around telling people she has a baby in her belly and her daddy put it there..... you can imagine the looks I got.

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Three-year-old daughter Madeleine said very loudly in public toilets: ''Mummy, why do you have a beard on your bottom"

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Ok.Here we have a definition for the word "awkward"

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My three year old daughter will yell "LOOK DADDY! A GANGNAM STYLE!" whenever she see's an Asian man.

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Daughter was rubbing my face with a small football earlier, she thought it was funny so I let her carry on. Later on we were in a restaurant when out of nowhere she gives it "I gave my daddy a ball massage before".
We didn't stay for dessert.

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

There is just no explaining some of the sh** kids say

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My son was feeling really badly about pooping his pants, so to make him feel better I told him that it happens to everyone, even mommy. The next day we walked in to daycare and told the lead teacher “Yesterday I pooped my pants, but mom said it was ok; it happens to her all the time.”

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I was dating a guy back when my son was maybe 7-8 years old. I picked him up from the airport one night and brought my son with me. While we were driving home the three of us started playing the game "raise your hand if you've ever..." 5 minutes in, my son blurts out "raise your hand if you've ever clogged up the toilet with a big pile of poop like my mom did today".

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My 4-year-old son felt the need to warn "old" people they will die ... he told a lady in the grocery, "Old people die ... and you don’t look so good"

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I was the kid (sorry.) My mom is obese, and she always used to sigh, "I'm the fattest woman in the world," when she looked in the mirror. Being about four, I took this literally. One day we were in K-Mart, and I saw this REALLY huge woman in a mumu. I freaked out, pointing and yelling, "LOOK MOMMY! YOU'RE NOT THE FATTEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD, SHE IS!!"

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

that kid just try to make her mommy fell better... of course they have no bounderies about it :-)

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My daughter is obsessed with body parts. Especially vaginas and penis' and she often asks strangers, "do you have a penis or a 'gina?"

That's not the awkward part.

She was sitting on her dad's lap at church and one of the old ladies who sits near us said, "Oh, you're sitting so nicely on your daddy's lap! You must really like your daddy being here!" (She said this because my husband works A LOT so it's very rare that he is actually able to come to church with us) my daughter said, "I'm not sitting on his lap. I'm sitting on his penis. Do you want to sit on my daddy's penis someone?"

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Yvonne Bernal
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I bet it's even rarer that daddy goes to that Church anymore. I had to laugh OUT LOUD on this one!

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When pregnant with our second child we told our first, three years old at the time, that mommy's belly was so big because there was a baby in there.
At a restaurant a couple days later a heavy-set woman walks by our table. Daughter shouts, "Look mom! That lady had a baby in her butt!"

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When I was around 3 years old my dad told me that smoking was bad, and that only idiots smoke. A couple days later we walked past a smoking woman. I remembered what my dad had told me, and I said with the loudest voice possible:
"Dad, look at that idiot over there smoking cigarrettes!"

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During my divorce, while the kids and I were at Walmart buying groceries, I put a bottle of wine in my cart and my daughter yells, “Oh, look, Mom’s sad again.”

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Yvonne Bernal
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Nothing like teaching a child that when you're sad you drink . . . (sigh)

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My daughter at the tender age of 8 announced to a crowded room that when she grows up she wants to be a prostitute!
Turns out she meant prosecutor but, you know, it took a while

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Oh... that one's going to haunt her later.. and be fun for you.

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My 6-year-old daughter had her appendix out. When the stitches were removed, there was a catheter in her abdomen, sticking up. She looked down and proudly announced: “Goodbye appendix, hello penis!”

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When I quit smoking, my 5-year-old at the time (she's 23 now) told her kindergarten teacher that she was so proud of me because I quit drugs.

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Marika Stanway
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Haha 😂Well, it's a good reason to be proud 😁

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"Look, Mommy, that police has handcuffs like the ones in your bedroom!"

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After getting new Toy Story undies, my son yelled to the drive-through workers at Chick-fil-A, “I’ve gotta woody in my pants!”

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Jenn Rosche
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

We had those underwear too....really bad idea .... especially when at grandma's he tells I got my woody😂 in front of out of town company.

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When my kid was first learning to tell the difference between men and women, he liked to practice loudly, in public. One day we were sitting in a restaraunt, and he decided to review.
"Mom, you're a woman."
"Yes, sweetie, that's right!"
"And Papa's a man."
"Yes, right again."
"And she--" (pointing to an old lady sitting across the room from us) "she's a WITCH!". At the top of his lungs, of course.

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

you know... it's said that kids saw things we don't... maybe she's a witch

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There was long receiving line at a funeral, and my child blurted out, "Hurry up! I wanna see the dead body!"

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My son (aged 3 at the time) asked me on a packed bus in central London: 'Mummy how does daddy put the seed in your tummy? I was pregnant at the time. His sister aged 3 answers ''mummy swallowed it' I almost died.

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My, then two year old, being held by a woman who drew on her eyebrows, exclaimed “You have something on your face!” Followed by proudly wiping off one eyebrow, he said, “There I got it for ya!”

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Jamal W
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I wonder if he liked his thumb like my grandma used to lol

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My friend was having a hard time getting her daughter to drink water. At lunch one day the little one loudly exclaimed that “drinking makes mummy happy”.

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For amusement we would tie a hotdog to my 4-year-old sister's waist and the neighbor's dog would chase her around trying to get the hotdog and she would giggle and it was funny.

Well one day at the grocery store, as our neighbor is buying a pack of hotdogs my sister blurts out "ARE THOSE HOTDOGS FOR MY BUTT???" Lots of stares.

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My mother and I were at Chili's with my son (who was about 6 or 7 at the time) and my mother and I split a margarita during dinner (a small one, not one of those fishbowl ones). After dessert, we get the bill and get up to leave, when my son suddenly starts BAWLING loudly. Alarmed, I squat down and ask, "what's the matter?!!" I'm thinking maybe he cut himself or is in pain or something horrible the way he is wailing like a hyperactive banshee. In between hysterical sobs he manages to screech, "I DONT WANT TO GET IN THE CAR WITH A DRUNK DRIVEEEEEEERRRR!!!! I DON'T WANT TO DIE!!!!!!" Literally everyone in the restaurant is either staring at me horrified or giving me the death eye. It was so embarrassing. I tried my best to soothe him and explain to him that it was ok, but he was just screaming"You're DRUUUUNKK!".

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

What do you expect from a 'hyperactive banshee'?

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My ex husband once had to take my 3yr old daughter to the gents public toilets as he was on his own with her. She'd been making chocolate crispy cakes in nursery and one was in her bag in it's little plastic bag. During her wee in the gents cubicle she remembered this cake and how gooey it had been and pulled it out of her bag. In a piping voice she shrieked ''Look Daddy, its gone hard!!'' When he tried to shush her she tried again, ''But look Daddy, prod it like this, look its gone hard!''' He honestly thought he'd never make it out of the gents alive.

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Was riding on a public bus and my five year old put her hand on a guy's shoulder in the seat front of us and said - "This man is very fat.”

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

LOL...time to teach your kid about boundaries... and shutting the hell up in public

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When I was pregnant, I ended up having to take my three year old daughter to one of my OB appointments. My doctor had to do a vaginal exam to which my daughter replied loudly “Mommy, how come you show your ‘gina to EVERYONE!!??”

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My cousin loved blackcurrant juice as a kid but couldn't pronounce it, he shouted 'MUMMY I WANT BLACK CUNT' repeatedly at my aunt in the supermarket

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Not a parent, but when I was 4 my mom almost got in an accident on the freeway. She slammed on the horn and screamed "jackass" out the window all while flipping them the bird.
Fast Forward a couple weeks. We are leaving my grandparents house and my mom honks the horn as to say goodbye. I proceed to roll down my window and give them the finger, yelling "jackass" as we drove away.

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So...I'm not a parent, but I was present for this. My entire family was out for dinner one night, and my sister, my niece, and I were waiting in line in the women's bathroom.

Sister and niece (who was 2) go into a stall together. I'm still in line with several other women, and I can hear sis and niece talking through niece go to the bathroom. I then hear sister say, "Ok, pull your underwear up while mommy pees now" and niece chirps up, "Mommy, I have a bagina!"

Giggle. Ok. Twitters go through the line of women. Kids say the darndest things!
A few seconds later, though, we all hear "Mommy! You have a BIG bagina!!"
Several women lost it, including myself. I've never seen my sister as red as she was when she came out of the stall.

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2 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

My friend in grade two used to say “ my brother’s bagina pounds when her sees a girl!”


Not a parent but I'm a full time nanny and used to work at a daycare. I was dating one of the dads (he was single and it was totally legit), and one morning, in front of the entire staff, his son asked me "why were you in daddy's bed this morning?". Pretty much horrifying.

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Father taking his son to the bathroom in a restaurant when his son exclaims: “ARE WE GONNA GO SWORD FIGHT WITH OUR PEE PEES?!” Dad looked like he wanted to evaporate.

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Took my 3 year old son to Disneyland, where we saw his hero Buzz Lightyear. Coincidentally he had just told me he had to "go potty," and I knew I had a matter of seconds to get him to a bathroom, because once a toddler tells you he has to go it means he is near bursting at the seams. I tried gently leading him away, but he started babbling about pushing Buzz's buttons so that he would start flying around. When he realized I was going to drag him the other direction, he started screaming, "Buzz! I want to touch you! Let me touch you!" This got a lot of startled looks. I hoisted him up and started carrying him away under my arm. He immediately wet his pants all over both of us and continued wailing, "Buzz! Let me touch you! I'll let you touch meeeee!" as dozens of tourists started in shock. Suffice to say I hid in the bathroom for a while.

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Ha ha... it feels embarrassing, but I think people are pretty use to children have meltdowns at Disney


My four-year-old son walked up to a little person at the airport and said " Well you're a funny little man, but I do like your hat". Before I had a chance to apologize - the man replied, "Thank you...and I like you!"

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My wife and I were viewing property when on inspection of the view out of the back window I noted a tube track. I asked whether it was noisy but the women said that they hardly hear anything. Her little daughter said "That's not true mummy, that's why we are leaving!"

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We were eating dinner at a restaurant and my 4 yr. old son holds his belly and loudly says, "Mommy, my tummy hurts. I think I'm going to start my period!"

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Kylie Rixon
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

That's sweet. Nice to hear that at least one young man will grow up with an understanding of this basic biological function.

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We were waiting in line to check out a book from the library and there was a lady in front of us who had a blood stain on the back of her pants. I didn't even notice it at first, but my son was at eye level with the stain and said, "Look daddy, she pooped blood all over herself. That's nasty. She should wear a diaper."

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Chris Miilu
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6 years ago

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And, you should teach your kid some manners: Don't point at strangers; don't make loud remarks about strangers.

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Once we invited a couple from church over to our house for the first time, to watch a Bears game. At the time my son was 3 or 4, and would refer to the teams by their jersey color. Well, that day they were playing the Falcons, and the Bears were in white. A few minutes into the game, my son wanders up to me and quietly asks, 'Which one is Bears?' I told him it was the white team. To which he then shouts out, 'Yeah, we cheer for the white guys, because we don't like black guys, right, Dad?' I had to awkwardly say, 'Yes, the Falcons are wearing black, and today we do not like them because they're against the Bears.' Everyone laughed a bit, but there were some side glances.

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Kylie Rixon
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I had something very similar happen. Like many kids aged 3 or 4, my son called people the name of the shirts, so "the purple woman" meant the woman wearing a purple shirt, etc At a game of under 6 soccer, my son son says "I don't like the black boys", referring to the side opposing his friend's team. Unfortunately, purely by coincidence, the team wearing the black jerseys were mostly Sudanese refugees. I couldn't think of a single thing to say that wouldn't make the situation worse.

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When my daughter was young, think 2 or 3 year-old, she had apparently questioned her mother about the difference between boys and girls. I learned this fact as I arrived home from work. We lived in an apartment building at the time. As I was coming up the stairs and my neighbor was coming out of his apartment, my daughter popped her head out the door, saw my neighbor, and proudly declared, "My daddy has a penis!"

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6 years ago

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of course he have one or else you'd not be here

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I had just started seeing this new guy and when he came over my five-year-old son answered the door and said I would be down in a sec because I was on the toilet wiping my butt.



I was at a Barnes and Noble with my son (he was 5 at the time) looking for a new book. My son has always been a talkative child and always said hello to people. While I am looking for a new book, I hear my son say hello to a man in a wheelchair. The man did not acknowledge my son and so my son repeated his greeting. The man remained silent. My son says hello and once again is ignored. My son sighs and tells me "well, I guess his ears don't work either".

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My sister was about 5 and had just gotten to the stage where she's discovering things about her body. My mother explained that this is perfectly okay but needs to happen only at home like in the bedroom or bathroom.

Later that week my mom's out shopping with her and from across the store she hears my sister yell "Mo0o0om I'm touching my vagina! ............ Just kidding!"

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My oldest son was 3-4, we were walking into a store together, and a very overweight woman was in front of us with a companion.
My son looks at me and asks "mama, is she going to fit through the door?" Loud enough that the woman heard him.

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When I was a kid I had to get my urinary tract dilated. At church I prayed for my upcoming surgery, but four year old me was unclear on what exactly was going on so I just asked every one to pray "for my penis, because it is too small."

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Something most guys don't pray for until puberty


While working as a veterinary technician, there was a housewife that would always have her twins (boy & girl). At the time their kitty Aslan had just been fixed and we were doing a routine check up. When I went to take the temperature, the little boy turned to me and loudly announces that "we aren't supposed to touch kitties butts." Then he turned and saw his mom was distracted talking to the vet and then whispered to me "But, sometimes when my momma isn't looking... I do."

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The priest stood up for the second time to speak at my grandson’s Christening yesterday and as he began to speak my 5 year old son yelled, “Oh no, not again”.

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My little brother. He was like 4-5. We were at a SF Giants game and he had to use the bathroom. Walks up to the urinal and does his business. A rather larger black guy walks up next to him and starts to pee. He turns to me and yells, pretty damned loud, "WOAH!!! That's huge!!!"

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Nostalgic Hyena
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4 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When my history teacher's son was younger, he apparently told a guy using a urinal "Yeah, you're doing great!"

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My daughter Trisha was about 2 when I made her walk to the store... no stroller! So we get there, get our shopping done and at the register there comes a man in a wheelchair! Trisha looks at me and gets really mad and tells me: "That is so mean! I have to walk while he gets to drive!" Oh my I wanted to just disapear!

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Lauren Mitchell
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I'm sure that man would rather walk. Would be a good time to teach her about appreciation of things that are fleeting.

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My daughter's only 1 but says some words. Sometimes, her dad and I grab each other's tummies and say "fat" or "fatty" in an affectionate way, and she looks. So the other day, some friends of my mom came over to visit and we went to a park. My daughter was playing but then came over and started saying "hello" to all the women. I guess one of them mentioned the word fat(I didn't hear it, but can't think of any other reason my daughter would've done that) so she walked over to her(coincidentally, she was the biggest one), pinched her on the leg, and said "fatty". I was so embarrassed, but everybody laughed, so obviously she kept doing it... Well, I picked her up so she would stop doing that, but she started crying "FAT, FATTYYY!" while pointing at my mom's friend.

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Shyrell Melara
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

She understood it to be a sign of affection and she was showing love just like mom and dad!

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We were at church and they called the young children to the front to talk about tithing and stealing and they asked, “If you found some money lying on the ground, what would you do?” My then four year old daughter replied, “Finders keepers, losers weepers.”

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Susan Gateley
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1 year ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When my daughter was five we were visiting a new church. When the offering plate came to us my husband explained that she should put the dollar we had given her into the plate passed to us, She yelled loudly, “No! I want to take it home and put it in my wallet!” Needless to say the whole congregation roared with laughter! We wanted to disappear.!

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'Mommy, why did we take so long? Did you go poop, Mommy? Did you? Good girl for mommy, Yayyy!!!!' My son in a department store during his potty training phase. None of us could take a dump without him cheering us on.

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Kylie Rixon
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I was at the checkout with my 3 year old one day, when he proudly told the checkout assistant "My mummy did a big poo this morning". All I could do was blush and laugh.

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My husband and I were walking through IKEA with my then 4 year old daughter, when she screams out excitedly, "look Daddy, look at all the ninjas!". It was a group of Muslim women wearing burqas.

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Long Joan Silver
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

My friends son, when he was about 4 or so, he used to call women in the Niqab "Batman" haha!

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My daughter's day care had circle time every morning as a way to start the day. Anyway we were late and walked into the middle of circle time. My daughter said "we're late because my Mommy had diarrhea".

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My son was about 4 at the time, he walked up to an old man in the store and said "My mom says old people wear diapers like I did, do you still pee your pants too?"

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In the toilets at a local supermarket. Mother Nature was paying her visit. My 4-year-old son came in the toilet with me ... Went running out of the toilet to announce to his grandma, and the rest of the supermarket, that 'My mummy has a piece of string hanging out of her bum.

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Jo Murphy
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

'Mother Nature was paying her a visit' - are you for real? It's ok to say she had her period. Or she was menstruating. These are not dirty or embarrassing words.

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My son is full of embarrassing stories. We told him about Santa not being real because he was terrified of Santa and cried night after night screaming that "The evil Santa pirate was going to come into his house and mess with his things." Being four, he didn't understand our warnings not to tell other children. At Chick-fil-A one day, a kid comes running out of the play area crying that some kid was telling them that Santa wasn't real. I rush in, aiming for damage control and hear my boy finishing his lecture: "Santa isn't real and Jesus isn't real. I AM JESUS!" Chick-fil-A asked us not to return. TDLR: I am apparently the lesbian mother of the second coming of Christ.

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When my son Vadin was about six, we were waiting in the deli line at the grocery store. When our number was called he took the ticket, folded it in half, slid it into my cleavage, and said, "Go get yourself something nice."

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A lady got onto our bus with a young toddler in tow, the next stop an obviously pregnant woman got on, a very excited young lad pointed at the lady and shouted " Mummy, mummy I know what she's been doing"

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I am not a parent, but one parent was pretty embarrassed when her 4-year-old son asked my sister, "Why is there poop on your face?"
My sister (and I) are black. There aren't many of us in this town.

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Jamal W
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

First one on this list that i could have went without reading.. t

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I was with my five year old son in the middle of a crowded Apple Store, waiting to get my iphone worked on. Out of nowhere, he grabs my crotch and says "MOMMY!! Your pee pee is all wet!". I think I was a little sweaty from wearing a warm jacket and being in a crowded hot store at the mall. Needless to say, everyone in my immediate vacinity turned around and stared

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When my daughter was about 5 and the cashier was talking to her but had a mole with hair coming out of it. I had seen it and thought in my head 'please don't say anything...please don't say anything'. Too late. She just went "Did you know there's whiskers coming out of that booger on your face?"

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My daughter when she was 3 looked straight at some random man in Target & said "I have a vagina!"

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Visiting a neighbor with my 3yr old daughter, identical houses to which my daughter said ' it's just the same as our house mummy only ours doesn't smell '

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Not my kid but the daughter of a good single mom friend once went to a guy their mother was heavily flirting with at a party and whispered to him that their mom farts a lot during the sleep and it smells like rotten camembert.

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Marcia J. Downing
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Critics everywhere...Don't you have something better to do than put someone else down??? Chris K you forgot to capitalize your C for Chris!!! Does it make you feel bigger that others that make mistakes? Better watch out you'll have to answer for it some day! Shame on you!!!

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As I am taking my son, 3 or 4 at the time, out of the shopping cart as we leave Walmart, he starts yelling, "No, mister, No! Don't take me!" I'm glad my wife was there and he looks just like me.

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Son loudly in public toilet: "I did-a-wees with my winky! You doing-a-wees with your winky mummy?" "No, I don't have one -" "OH NO!!!!! DID YOU LOSE IT?????????" He sounded so horrified for me, and there was a lot of giggling from the surrounding stalls.

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When I was 4, my mom and I were waiting at the local coffee shop. In front us in line was a man with long hair down his back. In awe, I look to my mother and proclaim, "That man has really long hair!." To which she replies, "Yes, just like mommy." The man over hears this conversation and turns and smiles at me. I then tell the man "My mommy has long hair too, but she doesn't have a penis."

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My friends 4 year old daughter Lily and my friend were in the supermarket together with Lily sitting in the front of the trolley. As my friend was pushing her down one of the aisles she hears Lily exclaim loudly "Oh My God Mum look at that man! He is soooo cute!!!" My friend turns around to see a small person, or midget standing looking at them in surprise. My friend is horrified and whispers angrily "Lily!!! Shhhh!!" and tries to rush off. As they pass the man Lily hangs out of the shopping cart and yells to him "You are so CUTE!! Do you want to come to my birthday party?!???"

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My son (3 yrs) and i where at the bank when a young girl walked in. she was a had obviously been to the gym due to her tight fitted hot pink spandex attire and had quite round features and un upturned button nose. my son started clapping and screaming "Look mummy a pig oink oink a big pink pig oink oink." I felt terrible! i appologised and quicky exited the very busy bank

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Just go with.. "it's the pink"


My 2 year old son went through a stage of pronouncing chocolate "cock cock". In Sainsbury's he ran around screaming "I want cock cock, I WANT COCK COCK!!!" at the top of his voice.

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We were all sitting around the dinner table when my 6 year old sister (at the time) asked "Dad, are you a virgin?"

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My nephew is 6 and at the grocery store the other day he kept counting out loud. He would yell "SIX... SEVEN... EIGHT!" Finally I asked, "what are you doing?" And he yelled "COUNTING BROWN PEOPLE."

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I once dated a girl with a 5 year old daughter. We took her to Walmart to pick out her stocking. The aisle was super crowded and she took forever. When she found her stocking she squeeled "ALRIGHT, NOW LET'S GO GET SOME HOOKERS!" ... Turns out she meant the little weighted ornaments you hang the stocking from.

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Passed by a middle-eastern man in Walmart complete with a turban and other stereotypical robes...
My son: "Daddy, is that a genie?!?!"

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rai mei
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

at least genie's not an offensive term

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My son at about three years old was fascinated my the uvula in my throat. He thought it looked like a "pee pee". So one day we are out and he yells, "my mommy has a pee pee in her mouth!!"

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It was date night, just my 4 year old daughter and I. We went out for a 'fancy' dinner at a nice restaurant. She told me during dinner "Are you going to be able to walk or am I going to have to roll you out of here?"

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While getting communion, I was holding my two year old daughter. After I received communion my daughter promptly said, “Where’s my damn cookie?”

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My daughter was standing up for show and tell in front of her kinder class. She didn't show her beanie baby that she'd brought...oh no! This is what occurred..
"Okay Hannah what is your show and tell item?"

"Mrs Tetley when my mom woke up this morning she was in a goddamned pool of blood and there was so much it was on my Daddy's leg. He said it was like a goddamn blood bath".

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My daughter, 4 at the time was riding her balance bike down a hill and was unable to stop at the bottom. She ran into a small wall and began to scream, "OW MY NUTSACK, I HIT MY NUTSACK". She had heard it from her older brother. This was during a local kite festival so there were plenty of parent s and children around to give us the stink eye. I laughed my ass off, my wife was not as happy.

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Nostalgic Hyena
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4 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When my friend's sister was younger, she dropped something on her lap and screamed "Ow, my balls!". When she was told she didn't have balls, she cried.


I was standing in line at the grocery store behind a mother and her waist high child. The child decided to hug the mother, putting child's face into groin of mother. The child reared back and exclaimed "MOM! YOUR FRONT BUTT STINKS!" The whole grocery store nearly screeched to a halt as the mother paid quickly and left.

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I was renting a movie at the video store and was asking the checker when I need to return it when my little girl said "We're just gonna copy it anyway."

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We were in an elevator at a hotel going to the pool. It was me, my 5-year-old son, a teenage boy, and his dad. Suddenly, my son announces, “My mom isn’t usually half naked, we’re going swimming.”

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While discussing the 10 Commandments at Vacation Bible School (!), comparing "God's Rules" with rules the kids might have at home, my oldest -- then about 7 -- spouted: AT MY HOUSE, YOU DON'T DRINK FROM MOM'S CUP OF SODA WHEN IT HAS LIQUOR IN IT!

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My friend let his his daughter go in the front when no one else is in the car as a treat and she announced in public! "When me and daddy are in the car alone we do a secret thing"

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My daughter asking (very loudly), "Daddy, why did the white lady and the black man not make a tan baby?"
Standing directly in front of us with their white-as-snow baby.

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My daughter was about 3 when we were attending a wedding out of town. I was running a business at the time, so she was in her dad's care in the morning. She arrived at my business dressed in her cute little outfit for the wedding. After doing her hair we set off for the wedding. Just as the bride and groom were walking back down the aisle after the ceremony, my daughter, who was standing on the pew next to me so she could see, loudly announced "Mommy, I'm not wearing any panties!!".

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We were at the store and my son (then about three) pointed at the sanitary napkins and shouted, "LOOK! It's your MOMMY DIAPERS! You need those, don't you?!"

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During a quiet moment in church my kid randomly blurted out ‘Did you know aliens don’t have penises.


Long Joan Silver
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I swear that would be something that my future kids would say, as I'm known to blurt out random things.

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Apparently when I was young, for a few days, my preferred greeting to strangers was : "hi! My name is kevin and that's my mom Nancy. Her pants size is 3XL"

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We were at my grandpa's 80th birthday dinner two weeks ago. My aunt and uncle were talking to my 6-year-old daughter about how my uncle and grandpa have no hair on their heads. My daughter proudly and loudly announced, 'Well, my mommy has hair on her bottom

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At a Halloween party a few years ago everyone was talking about nicknames and, for some reason, my son told everyone tat my nickname was "Sugartits".

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One time while in the fitting room, I overheard a little boy say, quite loudly, “Mommy, are you buying this new swimsuit because you poop-farted in your one last year?”

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

kids have great memory for stuff like that, but still can't remember to say 'please' and 'thank you'


My daughter once yelled out “I LOVE VAGINA” as loud as possible in a Walmart. Too bad she was actually referring to LASAGNA – which is what we were having for dinner.

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

better than yell : mommy loves vagina


“My mommy has a baby in her tummy and when it finds the hole, it’s going to come out!”

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My son informed my mother in law that my husband hid from her when he saw her at Whole Foods.

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My daughter was 2 years old and told the cashier at the grocery store; "Sometimes daddy pulls on mommy's nightgown and mommy says 'no'."

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I made eye contact with a barefoot baby held by the mother in a grocery store. I said to my 6 yr old son in a normal voice, "I could just eat up those toes". He then yells out, "My mom wants to eat your baby!".

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"I'm so hungry, I could eat the baby Jesus!" ~4 year old boy in church on Christmas.

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Master Markus
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Another church story wherein the majority of us can probably agree with what the kid says. When my family went to Christmas church, it was the hungriest I'd ever been the whole year. Those services are too damn long.


On holiday with mine in the pool... children's dad was pretending to be a dragon and chasing us all. He dunked me, obviously, so I told him to stop being ridiculous. When he then chased my daughter, she screamed at the top of her lungs, 'Stop it! You dickless dragon...'

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Carly Noelle
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

"Dickless Dragon." I have a new favorite insult.

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'Mommy, look at that giant cock!' Ikea with my two year old who had problems with the L sound.

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When one of my cousins was 2 he loved blue berries but he couldn't say it right. So every time he asked for some he would say "I want some boobies!"

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i want too


I'm an American living in the UK. I flew back to the US with my nearly 3-year old daughter in March. We ended up flying all over the damned US to see family because apparently no one else knows how to buy a plane ticket. I digress. As the three quarters full flight from Detroit into Cedar Rapids was about to take off, I look over at my daughter and she's got her shirt over her head. In my usual Mom voice I ask her what she's doing. She proceeds to scream, "I'M PLAYING WITH MY NIPPLES!"

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Claire Catlett.CG
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2 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

🤣Wow! Did not expect that ending!🤣


My daughter to my mother in a busy clothing store: Gramma, your teeth are such a pretty yellow!

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From my lovely three-year old:
When he was about 2.5, I took him shopping with me and a friend at a mall. She wanted to go into Victoria's Secret to look at some sweatpants. We went in with her, and I was walking around with him. Well, they have mannequins modeling their different styles of underwear. When he saw one, my son got really excited and starting shouting: "A BUTT! LOOK MOMMY!! LOOK? DO YOU SEE IT?!?! A BUTT!!!!! A BUTT!!!" in that loud excited voice that toddlers tend to have.

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Nostalgic Hyena
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4 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When I was about 6 or 7 or somewhere around that range, my dad decided to take my friend and I to the mall. My friend found a mannequin and pulled down its pants.


I have 2. At the age of 1.5, upon seeing his first dwarf/midget/small person, my son made clicking sounds as if calling a dog and slapped his knees saying, "Come here little daddy."

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Monday morning, preschool teacher asks my daughter "Did you have a fun weekend?" My daughter plays shy so I say "Tell her where we went this weekend," thinking she'll tell the teacher about our trip to the playground. Daughter's answer "We went on a beer run!"

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My half Korean niece loved Elton John's song Honky Cat when she was about 4. One day in the grocery, she was singing Honky Cat. Then she began pointing at random white people and saying "hey, Honky!"

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Master Markus
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

It probably was just random people, unless you TOLD her that "honky" could be a derogatory slang term for a white person.


My friend's 4 year old interrupted mom's book club to ask if he could "go upstairs and powder his balls."

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“Mom, please don’t sell me on Craigslist! I’ll be good.”

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

damn... that sound like Eric Cartman to me :-)

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I had taken my charges to the zoo a few years back on Valentine's Day. My oldest charge was 6 at the time, and sparked this conversation with me:
Kid: "The snow leopard is sad."
Me: "Oh, why's that?"
Kid: "Well, she doesn't have a boyfriend."
Me: "How come?"
Kid: "She has big feet. Boys don't like girls who have big feet.
Then he proceeds to look down at my feet, looks up at me and says, "Brittany, is that why you don't have a boyfriend?"

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My brother once asked my mom why a lady's stomach was so big. She answered it was because the lady was pregnant. Loudly, my brother asked the follow-up question, "Is that why her butt's so big, too?!"

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When my son was a toddler, and first learned that boys have a penis and girls have a vagina, he felt the need to constantly confirm people's genital status. He would ask me "Does she have a vagina?" ,"Does he have a penis?" for every person he saw when we were out and about. That was fairly manageable. But then, he mastered it, and he didn't ask anymore, he labeled. As we grocery shopped, he pointed and loudly announced "penis!" and "vagina!" at every retiree in the commissary that morning.

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I was at a store when a toddler was asking her mother for something. The mother was very agitated at the toddler and the toddler blurted out “Mommy needs more wine!”

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My son, then five, was on his first soccer team. The color of the team was blue. The coach and the team gather around to choose a name. “Any ideas?”, the coach asks. My son yells out “Blue balls!”

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My daughter was in the trolley at the supermarket when she was little. As we going along, she told me to stop. I did and at the top of her voice she said "mummy you nearly forget your wine!"

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My son brought the phone to the toilet door and I shouted I was busy. "Sorry she'll phone you back, she's doing a big poo."

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My daughter informed the waitstaff at the restaurant that she had "nipples" all over her body. She had goose bumps.

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Picking up milk from the dairy. The women thought my son was an adorable toddler and lavished him with affection and praise. The smiling ladies all in a row waving "bye bye, bye bye" with their best sweet toddler voices. Just as we reached the door to leave my son turns with a smile and his toddler wave and yells, "Bye bye dumb broads!"

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"Mom, did you make a baby with that man today?"

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We were on a city bus, sitting next to two elderly women. My 3-year-old chose that moment to announce loudly, “I’m not supposed to play with myself in the bathtub. I need to wait ‘til I’m in my bedroom aaaaaall alone!”

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When Disney bought out the film The Hunchback of Notre Dame my daughter was about 4 or 5 and she loved it..she had the little figures and books and toys...we were in out local supermarket and my daughter had run infront to look at the toys in the next Aisle she always did....She shouted at the top of her little voice..."MOM...QUASIMODO IS ROUND HERE." i said hang on chick im coming....wondering how much this toy wa going to cost me...i walked into the next aisle and there was a Lovely Gentleman with a Curved Spine...!!!!! OMFG....i could not apologise enough...i dragged my daughter out of the shop pretty quick smart.

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Meeting our new next door neighbour for the first time, my 5 year old son said while introducing himself 'Hi, my name is James and this is my daddy who has just had a big stinky poo in the toilet upstairs and it won't flush away'.

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Once in a grocery store in cash register line a little boy asked his mother loudly why was she kissing daddy's penis yesterday...

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

this one is the best!!!!


Frankfurt. Airport. We just missed our connection from Washington, D.C. to Odessa, Ukraine. That was the last plane to Ukraine for that day. I am begging the agent at the Lufthansa counter to think of something and point to my then six years old son: "Please, I am traveling with a small child!" And as on a cue, gazing at the agent, my sons gives a thundering sneeze and lets out in a clear as a bell voice: "Mom, during World War II were the Germans bad guys or good guys?"

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When getting in grocery carts or car seats, my boys have each shouted out, "Mom, you are smashing my peanuts!"

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I was trying to get my kids to smile for pictures at the photo studio so I said “chocolate pickles!” My 6-year-old son grinned and yelled back “Chocolate boobies!”

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My son pointed at a guy playing basketball, who had a prosthetic leg, and shouted, "Look mom! He's a cyborg!"

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My 3-year-old daughter was out with her grandma, and the lady in front of them in line was writing a check without ID and generally being irritating. At the top of her lungs, she sighs and says, "Grandma, this is taking FOREVER. It takes daddy less time to poop and he's in there long enough to play a world of Angry Birds!"

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After a hectic morning of my 3-year-old bugging my husband while he showers, I took them to the dentist. When the dentist asked, 'How are you today?' My little guy sighs and replies (at top volume), 'Not good. I just hate daddy's penis hair!' My husband is now in search of a new dentist.

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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

hate or ate? not the same thing here


My mate as a 6-7yr old kid use to run around telling all the adults ” My daddy touches me” or “Me and daddy have a secret”

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Lauren Mitchell
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6 years ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Was this a confused statement or did he actually mean it like that? I think we need some clarification...

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Teasing my children while waiting for their dad to pop into Tesco, saying daddy's coming pointing at random people and they were giggling saying no that's not daddy. When their dad came they giggled saying daddy's coming so I said that's not daddy. When he opened the car door my daughter shouted at the top of her lungs in a busy car park "Daddy, mummy doesn't think you're our dad!!!" Absolutely mortified!

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