Kids say the truest things.

United States
November 21, 2008 10:50pm CST
November 21, 2008 I went to get some fast food for the family the other day and it was at a place that is always more expensive than most, after ordering the talk box screeched my total back at me. My daughter (5) said, “Wow, that’s a lot of numbers” She’s so funny, got any kidisms you want to confess, I’d love to laugh with you.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
22 Nov 08
kepy y 4 year old grandson last fri. night. we had played everything. around eleven i was talking to him about thanksgiving.he said let's play thanksgiving.i said o.k. how do we do that? he said u cook me something & we eat. so at eleven i was frying him a chicken strip. lol
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• United States
22 Nov 08
Classic! Kids know food don't they, plus they know that grandma can cook it better than anyone.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36488)
• United States
23 Nov 08
kids are wonderful!
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@salonga (27957)
• Philippines
22 Nov 08
Kids are really funny and their being true and unpretentious make them so cute. I also have kids with me always. My two twin grandchildren, both boys, age 3. Oh they speak like adults. One time the older one told me "I love Andrei so much." So, I told him "Of course darling, you should love your twin brother, and why do you love him so much!" He smiled sweetly and said "He gave this to me!" I was shocked, it was my set of 7-days o gold bracelets which was kept in my jewelry box! "Oh my goodness, how did you get that, my goodness give that back to me, it might get lost dear, give me back." Then Andrew said: I don't love you like I love Andrei... Andrei is not selfish but you are selfish Mama! You are getting back the toy Andrei gave me!
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• United States
22 Nov 08
That is funny! Thanks for sharing.
@tyc415 (5706)
• United States
22 Nov 08
When my son was little he would see a security guard and call him a police man and my husband would tell him no, he was a door shaker, said he would go around the shopping center when it closed and make sure the doors were locked and no one was in there. Well, one night a bunch of us had gone out to eat and a couple of security guards come in and my son said "hey, there are some door shakers". I almost slid under the table. What makes it even more funny, a few years ago my son worked as a security guard and he had to work one night at a hospital out here, keeping watch at the construction going on there and I ask him if he had to go shake any doors. He got a good laugh out of that.
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• United States
22 Nov 08
So did I! That's funny, at least he could laugh about it.
• United States
23 Nov 08
I was watching the 6 year old little girl that lives in back of me the other day.She was having a temper tantrum because her brother won a game we were playing.I couldn't get her to calm down and she was trying to provoke her brother by hitting him and stuff.So I told her to go to her room until she got herself under control.As she was stomping up the stairs she says "That's it I am going to lock myself in my room and never come out,I won't go to the bathroom,or eat,I won't even answer my door to room service" I was laughing so hard her mother came home and I told her she is like hmmm since when does she get room service. I also always told my daughter when she was little that if a stranger grabbed her in the store don't just scream and cry. yell that this isn't your father or your mother otherwise people just think you are angry that you didn't get a toy or something and will ignore your screams.Well of course when I put her over my shoulder and was bringing her out of the store kicking and screaming because she was told "no" she was screaming that I was not her mother.It is funny today but the sad thing was no one payed any attention anyway.
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• United States
23 Nov 08
Wild kids are somebody elses nightmare. When my kids are acting out in a public place I'll say at the top of my lungs, "Will somebody please come and get your kids!" That usually calms them down, maybe I should start a discussion on "dadisms"?
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• United States
23 Nov 08
Thats funny,I should have tried that back then.My daughter is 17 now and only tantrums once in awhile now.
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@ZephyrSun (7385)
• United States
22 Nov 08
Children are so funny. My four year old is probably the funniest one in the house when it comes to "kidisms" but, I'll share about the 12 year old. Last year I got married and we moved into my husbands house and about a month later we were sitting at the dinner table eating and the 12 year old blonde boy says, "where is the fire place?" My husband and I laughed so hard because we don't have a fireplace, not even a fake one lol.
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• United States
22 Nov 08
I noticed you added his hair color into the comment line, so its applies to women and men.
@ZephyrSun (7385)
• United States
22 Nov 08
Yes it does. I have a child and a best friend both blonde and male, it's not just women lol
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
22 Nov 08
haha.. Kids are kids, and they dun care about anything.. They are so naive and innocent to even know what's right or wrong.. hehe ^_^ When i was a kid, i did embarassed my parents a few times, because i just speak my mind whenever i see things.. SUch as, i see someone very fat, or clumsy, i will just stay there and laugh very loudly, pointing at them, saying stupid.. lol =D Or, when i walked past any elderly ple, i will be telling them, u are so slow.. hehe And now, thinking back, i guess i wont have the courage to do all that as compared to when i'm a kid.. hehe
@capirani (1841)
• United States
22 Nov 08
Just wondering. Do you still think this was funny behavior? It sounds by your post that you do. Remember what they say about paybacks. One day you too will be old and then the little ones might be pointing and laughing and making nasty comments to you also. There are some things that kids do that are not funny and as far as I am concerned, these kinds of comments should be disciplined, not laughed about. Sorry if my comment here is not appreciated.
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@kun2349 (23475)
• Singapore
23 Nov 08
haha.. Guess u din finished reading my post.. Most kids are like me when they are young, and who can blame them for it?? I believe other than me, there are many others like me too.. lol
• United States
5 Dec 08
When our daughter was little she ordered a hamburger and french fries at the drive through bank teller.
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• United States
5 Dec 08
LOL! Thank you and good night. BR for you!
@ladym33 (11008)
• United States
23 Nov 08
Do you remember that show The Swan, where they would take the ugly ducklings and turn them in to beauty queens by using plastic surgery, dieting, hair extensions, and dental reparis? Well back when that show was still on my middle son was about 5 years old. For some reason the kids liked to watch that show with me. Well anyways, the kids and I were at a restaurant and as we were leaving we passed three young ladies, they were not a very attractive bunch of young ladies. Suddenly my son screams, "Mommy did you see that girl? She should be on the Swan!" I pushed the kids out of the door so fast and got in the car very quickly. I was so embarrassed, but yet it was kind of funny too. I don't know if the ladies heard him or not, I really hope not.
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• United States
23 Nov 08
Oh, that is funny, sorry to those who are not Swan material. I remember that show, I would have said, "Oh honey, did you forget your glasses again?"
@Nhey16 (2519)
• Philippines
22 Nov 08
oh yeah, i remember when my sis-in-law asked my daughter, 3 years old then, if her boyfriend is handsome, my daughter says he's ugly, and they were all shocked with her response...
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• United States
23 Nov 08
Whoops!
@laladida (151)
• United States
22 Nov 08
I showed my son a diamond ring and he said to me "Thats shiny". It was so adorable. =]
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• United States
22 Nov 08
Hopefully when he gives a ring his girl won't say that!
@Sillychick (3279)
• United States
22 Nov 08
Yes, one of the things I love about children is their candor. They are the only people who will always give an honest answer because lying or embellishing never crosses their minds. From my two year old the other day, after I gave him some (barely warm) hot chocolate. (I didn't want him to burn himself.) I said 'have some hot chocolate.' He took a sip and said 'Actually it's cold, Mommy.' Smarty pants already, he is.
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• United States
22 Nov 08
Ha!, when does his comedy CD hit the store shelves?
@aseretdd (13736)
• Philippines
22 Nov 08
Well, it is in Filipino so i don't know if it would sound funny here... everytime my daughter (2 and half years old) wants a certain toy... like a Barney doll... she would always ask me for one... but she would then realize something and say in a sad voice... "Ohhh... We don't have any money"... since that is what i always tell her when i cannot buy her what she wants... i smiled when i first heard her say that...
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• United States
22 Nov 08
That's funny, I understand what you mean. My kids will ask me to do something they know I'll say no to, but they ask anyway, and then they'll hear me say, "Now, what should I say?" "No" comes their reply. Such a cycle.
@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
22 Nov 08
I do what I want is the best one because it's true.
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• United States
22 Nov 08
Ha! Sounds like you've got a pistol on your hands.
@izathewzia (5142)
• Philippines
23 Nov 08
When I was choosing a template for my website I keep on trying the samples that it took me hours. My daughter then whisper enough for me to hear "Ma, make a decision! You're time is running out!". I laughed really hard. And it made me think that in life, we should make decisions before it is too late.
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
22 Nov 08
I will have to think of something. My granddaughter does not talk much except to say "daddy", and a few other words now. And it has been a long time since my children were small. It gets to be like that when you have only two and it has been a long time since they were youngsters.
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@mengrufa (239)
• China
22 Nov 08
Yes , kids are so funny, and never tell lies, and they don't know how to tell lies, for they are little kids. What they say and think are inocent, lovely, which are always make us adults happy , laught.
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