Kids say the darnedest things. Especially when they are still very young and don't have a rich vocabulary but need to get their point across. They aren't afraid to experiment with language and come up with fresh, original sayings and that's awesome.

At first, you may laugh when you hear them call dessert a "bonus round" and sheets "bed skins", but when you stop to really think about it, their versions actually make a lot of sense, too.

So since there is no limit to children's imagination and their parents continue to upload their linguistic gems on the Internet, Bored Panda decided to make a follow-up to our older list '28 Times Kids Hilariously Renamed Things And Made Them Sound Way Better'. Enjoy!

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Hans
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1 month ago

I remember a toddler referring to me with my slowly balding head as "the man wirh small hair". That was a full-blown hit!

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Parents should definitely encourage their kids' attempts at communicating their ideas without knowing the exact words to express them. According to some, the best way to do so is to spend time talking about things that interest the child. It’s all about following the child's lead as they show what they're interested in by waving, pointing, babbling or using words.

When the child starts using words, parents can repeat and build on what they say. For example, if the child says, 'Apple,' moms and dads can say, 'You want a red apple?' When they tune in and respond to their child, it encourages the little ones to communicate.

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Melissa Sawicki
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1 month ago

Kid is wise beyond his year's!!!!!

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A great way parents can increase the number of words their child hears -- and learns -- is by simply talking about their daily life. Like, what they're seeing or doing together. The key is to use lots of different words in lots of different contexts. For example, one conversation can revolve around a lush orange tree and the next could be about cutting up an orange for lunch. This helps kids to learn the meaning and function of words.

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Tia Fannen
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1 month ago

From her point of view it makes sense. We plant seeds in a garden so people in the ground must also be a type of garden.

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And from the time the child starts telling stories, parents should encourage them to talk about things in the past and in the future. For instance, at the end of the day, you could talk about plans for the next day by making a shopping list together or deciding what to take on a visit to grandma. Or when you come home from an outing together, you could talk about how it went.

The best part of this journey to raising a mindful human being is hearing those tidbits of wisdom -- like in these tweets -- that they undoubtedly drop along the way.

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Hans
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1 month ago

Wait, isn't it?

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BusLady
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1 month ago

Cutest birds ever.

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Hans
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1 month ago

Clever kid!

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Ilya Ditkovskiy
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1 month ago

Let's just hope he doesn't bring too many hoe hoe hoe's into the house

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Melissa Sawicki
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1 month ago

That is simply hysterical. I can just see a child yelling at the phone to call Grams. Amazingly Funny

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Hans
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1 month ago

Fair enough. And now be wary of that threat!

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BusLady
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1 month ago

What are they spiking that coffee with?

Bobbie
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1 month ago

Irish coffre??

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Kathy Baylis
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1 month ago

Well, considering it’s a post-last call destination, she’s not far off—-though, if your area has a Krispy Kreme or Winchell’s shop, that’s where everyone goes after 2am.

Laura Gastelum
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1 month ago

And Denny's

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Mme de Poppadom
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1 month ago

She may have been observing the cafe's heartbreaking clientele.

Debbie Mulliner
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1 month ago

We actually have a shop in Melbourne Australia called drunken donuts and yes they do have alcohol in them

icandyapple
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1 month ago

My sister, at 4 years old, couldn't say Kentucky so it was, "Kef*cky Fried Chicken."

Philly Bob Squires
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1 month ago

If you've ever had a hangover, you would know...

Steve Cruz
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1 month ago

That would have been a great nickname for after-bar donuts at 2:15am.

Tuesdays Child
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1 month ago (edited)

Ha! My husband worked at a Dunkin' Donuts where he and his co-worker drank beer while making the donuts. We've called them Drunken Donuts ever since.

Analyn Lahr
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1 month ago

DO IT!

Lizard W
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1 month ago

Someone in Chicago does it.

sploof
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1 month ago

nah tim hortons is better ;)

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Trying so hard thinking
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1 month ago

"Statue of puberty" lol :D

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BusLady
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1 month ago

That's actually a better name for it.

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BusLady
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1 month ago

Makes sense. A pair is a "slip pair."

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Kady Maree Mcgrath
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1 month ago

They are cake bagels though lol

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Ilya Ditkovskiy
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1 month ago

Ah yes, the classical cowboy instruments of the wild west

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Kady Maree Mcgrath
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1 month ago

Close enough

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BusLady
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1 month ago

Great dad.

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Mme de Poppadom
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1 month ago

The way their little minds work is really fascinating, especially since there's a logic to their observations... yes, the kernels do emerge from the individual cob pieces.

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the Kat who says ni
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1 month ago

In Flemish/Dutch gloves are called 'handschoenen'... hand shoes... :)

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

That's because they are pasta pockets. Good call, son.

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BusLady
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1 month ago

Yep, you buy a ton of stuff that ends up in the back of the closet.

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Mama Panda
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1 month ago

Try this: Pee soup is number 1 and Pea soup is number 2!

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Kady Maree Mcgrath
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1 month ago

Boo Boo Trucks brilliant

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JessG
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1 month ago

No no no, I wouldn't call it that, it sounds edible

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Valerie G.
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1 month ago

Doesn't say much for mum's cooking.

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BusLady
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1 month ago

Teaching sex-ed a bit early, eh?

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Something
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1 month ago

Technically true if he wasn't eating at the time.

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Ilya Ditkovskiy
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1 month ago

Oh god why would you heat up pizza in a microwave? I use my oven for everything. Yes the microwave is faster, but the oven makes food actually taste good

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Chelsea Corkum
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1 month ago

My toddler calls them "seeds"! hahaha

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Ilya Ditkovskiy
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1 month ago

In my homeland the trees are naked pretty much the majority of the year

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