No one can deny that children are creative. However, their creativity often gets them in trouble, so adults must keep an eye on them before disaster strikes. And while parents worry about what their kids will think of next, twitter users share moments from their own childhood to remind everyone that children are never boring.
We already presented you with a list of stories from people's childhood that sums up their characters so here is another one about kids being on-brand! Scroll below to read the best responses delivered to the @KEBrightbill thread.

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Erika Jones 2 months ago

Congratulations on going against the crowd at a young age to do what you knew was right. That's hard to do.

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Sadia Timmermans 2 months ago

Boys will be boys? BS! He deserved a kick in the nuts.

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Foxxy 2 months ago

Hahaha, that’s gold.

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Foxxy 2 months ago

Lol, good on you.

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Erika Jones 2 months ago

A born librarian!

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Dani 2 months ago (edited)

This girl is my spirit animal :D

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Bec Snyder 2 months ago

That speaks worlds about a healthy relationship.

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Elizabeth 2 months ago

This one is GREAT! I wish that parents and teachers could find that special topic that inspires every kid to read more

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Foxxy 2 months ago

What the hell kind of school is that to just let a 6 year old leave school alone?

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#10

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Erika Jones 2 months ago

I love it.

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#11

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Susann Campbell 2 months ago

My grandson used to do that, no he didn't, he would just take things apart and my daughter had to put it back together while fussing at dad for not locking up his tool box again.

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Dani 2 months ago (edited)

My twin sister started walking a few months before I did. Apparently, in those months, I got a bit frustrated, so instead of walking myself, I would just push her over as she was toddling around.

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Harleen 2 months ago

Sounds like me! I didn't speak until nearly two. Well, they THOUGHT I didn't speak. I was discovered sitting by our chain link fence having a discussion with the neighbor's dog. I just didn't have anything to say to humans! LOL

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Claire Hoyt 2 months ago

You got your Picture taken buy THE Ruth Bader Ginsburg?!?!!? DUUUUUUDE.

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#15

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Stille20 2 months ago

.... This is an interesting idea for a party

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Bec Snyder 2 months ago

I had to google limnology. Cool!

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#17

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Dani 2 months ago

I feel like everybody in second or third grade went through that phase where they decided it was cool to read the dictionary. Or maybe that was just my class. Who knows.

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He is love 2 months ago

Good for you!

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#19

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Nicole Matthews 2 months ago

You couldn't speak at 4 yrs old?

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#20

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Bec Snyder 2 months ago

I hope you're still an activist!

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#21

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Dani 2 months ago

So basically you were a dog.

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#22

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Foxxy 2 months ago

That is an awful thing to do to a kid.

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#23

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Bec Snyder 2 months ago

A 'prepper' is born...

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#24

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Dani 2 months ago

: | Well then.

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#25

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Dianna Siever 2 months ago

This is amazing! What are you doing now?

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#26

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Foxxy 2 months ago

My hubby used to get told off all the times because he wouldn’t show his working out. He could work the equations in his head but struggled/s to write them down. Me I am hopeless at equations and still have to use my fingers to count with.

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Dani 2 months ago

That sounds awesome tbh. All libraries should have drive-throughs!

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Foxxy 2 months ago

My son would meltdown if we had lights out. We have tried lamps, night lights, torches etc but he sleeps with his bedroom light on, all night. We are looking at getting a dimmer switch to see if that will be better.

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#30

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Katherine Boag 2 months ago

Don't drink and bike, cause you might spill some!

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KarmaQueen 2 months ago

did your parents ever call you out? They had to know that a paper cut does not require stitches

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Elena Adams 2 months ago

This sounds exactly like me! But my special book was about the universe

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Bredan TheGreat 2 months ago

Wowza

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Grace Smith 2 months ago (edited)

Plagiarism

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#35

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Susann Campbell 2 months ago

Oh man I should have done that!

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#36

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Kanishka Rajawansha 2 months ago

I like to know the full story of how you learned about Gravity..

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Dani 2 months ago

Let's go was great marsupial negotiation skills :D

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Foxxy 2 months ago

My 13yo daughter chopped about 4inches of hair off 2 weeks ago. I was shocked but she actually did a really good job.

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Sadie Shapiro 2 months ago

What kind of neighborhood kid says that kind of thing to a child?

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