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Kids Say and Write the Funniest Things

1. Looks like he has all his senses intact!

 "The other day my 6-year-old said, 'Mom, I don’t like all five senses of bananas. I don’t like to taste them. I don’t like to smell them. I don’t like to see them. I don’t like to feel them.' 'And you don’t like to hear people eat them?' I asked. 'I don’t even like to hear people talk about them!' he said. I guess he really doesn’t like bananas!"

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2. They definitely have a good grasp of the English language!

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3. If only Abraham Lincoln had listened to this brilliant piece of advice!

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4. Sigh. Nobody understands the great artists!

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5. Apparently butts don't lie!

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6. Those are some keen observation skills.

At the pool my little sister asked, ‘How does that rope stop the deep water from going in the shallow water?’”

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7. Someone's going to become an awesome accountant!

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8. Hey c'mon, every mom needs an Ellen break!

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9. Hey, a boy's gotta say what a boy's gotta say!

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10. Yes obviously puppies and babies can get mixed up.

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11. Wait, isn't that what hard water is called?!

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12. A budding horror movie director of the future!

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13. If only all children were so HAVED.

Mom: “Victoria! Behave!” Victoria: “I AM BEING HAVED!” 

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14. What gave the kid away?

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15. Sniff. Who needs good spelling skills when you have a great heart!

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16. Now this wasn't the baby's fault!

“Our toddler threw his spoon on the floor and said, ‘I want a fuckin’ knife.’ My wife and I were shocked until we realized he was actually saying, ‘I want a fork and knife.’”

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17. An honest kid is always a good kid!

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18. Good manners at work.

At the store a little kid in front of me farted really loudly. The mom said, ‘What do you say?’ and he’s like ‘THAANK YOUUUU.’”

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19. Always looking out for mom.

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20. Second favorite teachers are still the best!

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21. A beardy chest. Shudder!

My niece saw me take off my shirt and, pointing at my chest, asked, ‘How come you got a beard on there?’”

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22. Now why didn't God think of that?!

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23. Getting love advice from God! Now that's something

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24. Punching can't always be a bad thing can it? Gulp!

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25. That's a proactive health approach, right there!

Dad: “Do you want Fruit Loops for dinner?” Son: “NO! That isn’t dinner cereal.”

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26. And we all love Hores, oops, Horses!

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27. And then there were babies. Almond babies.

"The absolute most hilarious thing my daughter ever said was when she was around 2 years old. Myself, being a vegan, I wasn't crazy about the idea of her drinking cow's milk, so I tried one day to introduce her to almond milk. I told her, 'Cow's milk is for baby cows, not people, so I want you to try this almond milk and see if you like it.' My little 2-year-old answered back, 'Is that what baby almonds drink?'"

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