Funniest thing your kid ever said when they were little...

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  1. Gray_Rider

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    This reminds me of myself when I was about five or six. I actually remember saying it...

    Dad, Mom, and my grandparents were on a car trip and I myself had the same experience.

    I had already notified everyone I needed to go, and Dad was looking for a wide spot on the two lane road to pull off by a wooded area.

    Whelp, as Dad was getting the car pulled over, things were moving right along shall we say? I hollered out clear and loud, "HURRY DADDY IT'S COMING DOWN!"

    Needless to say, the entire car broke up, especially my grandmother who remembered and repeated the story for MANY years, often during embarrassing teen years and later.

    Anyway. Job completed, Dad was leading me back up the rise and Mom asked me if I covered my business.

    Without missing a beat and with a huge grin, I proudly announced, "No I left it for the ANTS TO EAT!"

    Needless to say the peals of laughter went on a bit longer..

    My mother would crack up decades later remembering that one.


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    Son - Look Mom I’m not painting myself with whipped cream – it’s only for adults.

    Daughter- Look a woodpecker, it has a big pecker

    Daughter while looking at herself in a spoon - “Who’s that cute thing?”

    Son – “I’m a boy. I know what I’m doing.”

    Son - “I’m going to go camping in Pennsylvania near Maw Maw’s house. Mom: “Can I come?” Son - “No, mommy. It’s dangerous out there.”

    Son – Son: "Look, the Sex and Hand River!" Mom: "I think you mean, the Susquehanna
     
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    I am laughing, I am crying! Worked all night need to go to bed, but these are hilarious! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    When I was little my aunt and uncle lived Delaware. My parents got me to say Wilmington, but I'm told I always said Wilmingtonton for some reason.

    They corrected me by telling me it was Wilming - one - ton. So that's what I called it from then on, Wilmingoneton.
     
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    When waiting in line at Disney World an older gentleman struck up a conversation with us. My sons were young at the time. "Well", he asked my sons, "what do they call you?" My oldest said, "My name is Ryan, but mostly my dad just calls me knucklehead".
     
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    My daughter was in 4th grade or so and had to write report for school. A few years earlier she had a couple Hermit Crab that shed it's skin and looked like over nite she had one more of them than the nite before. Her report went something like " one time when I had crabs".
     
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    I used to take my daughter to school every morning on the way to work. At parent teacher conferences the teacher pulled me aside and said my daughter had told her that I was drinking and driving. This was when the DARE program was in full swing in the schools. Apparently, they didn't put the drinking part in context as my daughter narked me out for having a cup of coffee on the way to work every morning. It took some explaining to convince the teacher.
     
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    I was the oldest of 7. We had bunk beds. One of my brothers was on the top bunk with another brother on the bottom. The one on top wet the bed. The one on the bottom woke my parents up, stating that it was "raining" on his bunk.
     
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    Back in 1979, the movie "The Black Hole" came out and my then 4 year old son loved it. Subsequently, we took him with us to the grocery store and as we were going down the aisles he struck up a conversation with a fellow shopper. He related how he just saw the greatest movie ever and the shopper asked what the movie was. Without hesitation, my son pulled his pants down and bent over and yelled out "The Black Hole" and ran down the aisle laughing.
     
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    Fourth of July, family has gathered at my folks place for fireworks in the street. My dad brings my nephew out to light a mortar and says to him, "use this to light the fuse and then run like hell". Dutifully, my nephew lights the fuse and then yells at the top of his lungs, "RUN LIKE HELL!" My sisters jaw dropped open.
     
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    My son says the s word instead of fish. He just turned three. It's gotten better he says fish like 75% of the time now.

    He also says gay instead of big. I found this out offering him goggles in the pool and they were bright kids cheap goggles and he says "no daddy they're too gay" so now I can offer him something flamboyant and oversized and I know he'll say "I can't wear that it's too gay" but if I try to do something like ride a small bike he'll say "you're too gay daddy" so it's funny but kind of awkward sometimes. We've been correcting him.