This little girl must be the most positive kid in the world. She might say some funny things in this video but I reckon if she keeps talking to herself like this she’s going to be unstoppable. We need more kids like that in the world.
When our second son was in his first year of school his teacher asked “Who can think of a word that begins with F?”.
Many hands shot up in the class. Sebastian looked upset, so his teacher asked “Is everything OK?”
Sebastian: “The only F words I can think of are swears”.
My 2-year-old watched out the window as I was driving. Suddenly he got very upset, saying “Oh, they are really gonna get now! Oh, are they ever gonna get it now!” Seeing nothing remarkable happening outside, I asked my son, “Who’s gonna get it? What did they do?” Then, with all the seriousness of a 2-year-old, and pointing to the stream of vapor behind a plane in the sky, he explained, “The guy driving that plane up there! Look at that! He scratched the sky, everywhere he goes — and is God gonna ever be mad!”
– Diane Dew, Milw., Wis.
Sourced from http://www.dianedew.com/merryhrt.htm
A father and son went to the seaside. After a while the little boy ran up to his father looking puzzled. He lead his dad to inspect a dead seagull lay dead near the surf. “Dad, what happened to the seagull?” the boy asked. “He died and went to Heaven,” the father replied. The boy thought a moment and then said, “Did God throw him back down?”
During a recent lesson in my Kindergarten class, I was transitioning to a lesson and I instructed my students to focus and “put on your thinking caps.” As many of my students got quiet, closed their eyes and appeared to be ready, a squeaky voice rang out, “I’ll just put on my thinking tiara, ok?” “Of course,” I replied, quietly chuckling to myself.
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Here is a universal one I disocvered on the Scholastic forum. I think we’ve all see this one play out thought you may not have heard the answer this kid gives.
My eight-year-old son and i were shopping at the store. He had a package of Skittles that he was eating, and he kept dropping them on the floor. I tried not to notice as *cringe* he picked them back up and ate them. But when he dropped a whole bunch on the ground and started to pick them all up, I asked, “Don’t you think that’s gross? There’s germs all over those!” He answered thoughtfully, “Yeah..but you can’t really taste them.”
Emily is a mummy who blogs. She too is fascinated by the “funny things kids say” and recently wrote a very sweet blog post about her little girl, Katie. It seems Katie is quite a charcater and Emily shares a load of funny stories. Some of the favs were:
*Pitching a fit in ann taylor loft. . .”GO GO GO MAMA GO GO GO DOOR GO GO GO CAR!”. . .clearly she had had ENOUGH shopping for the day, lol. Yes, it was a temper tantrum in the middle of the store, but at least she wasn’t sprawled out on the floor kicking and screaming, though I sure those days are coming. The workers were laughing, and I have to admit, it was a LITTLE funny. .
I think all parents can relate to this story. If you are a Mum or Dad I’m sure you are nodding as you recall in-store tantrums. Another clanger
* Our dog likes stealing Katie’s snack. When we see her do this we tell roxie to back off. Well, yesterday, the dog was getting too close to Katie’s goldfish crackers for her comfort so she shouted. . .”Back off! my cracker!”. . .Obviously in toddler talk, so it sounded more like “Bah off, my cahcker” but I totally knew what she said and it sounded really close! LOL.
Well Emily great blog! You and Katie you certainly gave us a couple of smiles today thanks for sharing some of your Funny Things. I’m sure in years to come you’ll enjoy going back to that blog post and remembering.
Suddenly 3y.o. is very quite. The Father becomes very suspicious.
Father: “What are you up to son?
3 y.o.: “Nothing”
Father: “Hey what are you doing come to Daddy?
3 y.o.: “No”
Father: “Will you do as you are told and come here before I get very angry”
3 y.o.: Enters the room looking sheepish and and chewing on about 35 metres of Mint Flavored Dental Floss rolled up into a ball. “My Bubble Gun” he says even more defiantly.
As a parent the sound of silence is always an alarming sound, what happens next is often “Funny Things Kids Say” What are your Funny Things Kids Say stories we’d love to hear them. Just leave them in the comments below or post them to our Things Kids Say Facebook page.