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14 Parents Share the Most Inappropriately Funny Things Their Kids Have Done

The real challenge is not letting the kid know they're being funny. Kids can't know that yelling obscenities in a crowded bookstore is hilarious. It'd totally throw off their priorities.

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    Text - Wordcraftian 13.5k points 14 hours ago My daughter is 4 years old, and we just lost grandma. So I'm having a somber discussion with her about the situation and tell her that Grandma died. She looks at me with her huge watery eyes, blinks, and says, "Like Mario?" Really not supposed to laugh when teaching your preschooler about death... but I did.
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    Text - 11 hours ago x2 DreamFrequency 12.8k points There are soo many but the latest one... My daughter (5Yrs) was delaying climbing into the bath for the evening routine. My wife, thoroughly exasperated, starts losing patience and the voice & tone borders on yelling. My little one looks up at her and deadpan delivers the following line "Mom, Im going calm your tits". I dont know what was funnier, the comment the look on my wifes face, It was priceless, to add to it one guess where my daughter h
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    Text - tripperfunster 7.1k points 14 hours ago When my kids were young, my parents split up, due to my father's infidelity. We live on a small farm, and one day we were talking about our chickens. We had a rooster my son had named King, and one of our chickens whom he hung out with a lot was named Queen. Well, King decided he liked a different chicken better (as they often do) I we were talking about how King decided he wanted a different girlfriend "Just like Grandpa John!" my son exclaimed. Yu
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    Text - StevieYo29 12.3k points 18 hours ago When my daughter was about 3 she was trying to slide at the Mc Donald's play place and this bigger approx. 7-9 year old girl shoved her trying to go in front of her and my girl just socked her. I think it was just a knee jerk reaction cause she'd never been physically bullied in anyway, and at that point I was fairly confident she never would be going forward either Imao
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    Text - Shadow082 12.1k points 17 hours ago When my 3 year old put himself in time out at daycare because he figured out if he was in time out, he didn't need to help clean up And then the following year when we got an incident report because he yelled "damnit!" when the fitted sheet he was trying to put on his cot kept popping off.
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    Text - 13 hours ago hooray_this_sucks 9.8k points I asked my 6yo yesterday what he did at school and he said "jack shit" straight back in a monotone voice without even thinking...
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    Text - SelkieSethe 8.8k points 15 hours ago edited 4 hours ago My younger sister was given an assignment to draw a picture of what life would be like without government. She ended up drawing an entire comic book of naked, anatomically correct hippies running around with machine guns. The school called my dad, and when they showed him the comic (while threatening to suspend her) my dad burst into laughter. At home, he gently told my sister that what she did was highly inappropriate, but then fram
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    Text - Rosie_Cotton 15 hours ago 8.7k points My son was not quite two. Waited at the mall for pictures with the Easter bunny, but he gets a little nervous when the moment comes. The Easter bunny hands him a little rubber ducky, which my son is thrilled about. The bunny hands another to him, but as my kid reaches for it, the bunny snatches it back and pats his lap (in a clear gesture of "you can have another ducky if you sit on my lap"). My son looked at the duck he already had in his hand, chuck
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    Text - katgib13 7.0k points 12 hours ago x2 I have three sons and there's an age gap. Currently they are 28, 26 and 16. When 16 was four and 26 was 14 they had an incident. See, 14 liked to teach 4 naughty things to say. He taught him things like "the peanut monster", which is the tale of how girls become girls. See, the peanuts (4 couldn't pronounce penis) monster was to be feared. All babies are born boys and when you do something really bad, the peanuts monster sneaks in at night, cuts your p
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    Text - potatotheintrovert 6.3k points 14 hours ago When my son was 4, Jurassic world had just been released on dvd. He loves dinosaurs and doesn't scare very easily, so I thought we would rent it and watch it. Here we were just eating our popcorn, watching our movie and he was loving it. Then we got to the scene where the dinosaur gets eaten by the gigantic ass aquatic sea-saurus. Cue my son. "WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT!?!" I was speechless with my mouth to the floor. I finally got my thoughts toget
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    Text - AKANCsucks 1.9k points 13 hours ago Called me dude. I taught her how to snowboard, I'm no longer dad, i'm dude when we go to the mountain and my ex is now bro (her mom). My parents were all about "respect", well this is respect to me and my heart swells with pride when I hear "DUDE DID YOU SEE THAT!? I was going so fast!"
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    Text - edited 18 hours ago CybReader 5.1k points 18 hours ago x2 I've told this story before. I will laugh at this memory to the end of my life. My two sons are bickering, the youngest picks up a stuffed animal and hits the oldest with it. The oldest says, "that didn't hurt at all. See, I'm not crying!" Well, that mustve been a problem for little brother because he went to the toybox and dug around finding a plastic toy hammer, ran up and Thor style hit his older brother on the head with it. The
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    Text - phatfingerpat 2.1k points 18 hours ago My daughter responded to a bully on the school bus taking her cookies by putting snow in one of their boots and a rotten orange in the other.
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    Text - uglygargoyle 5.9k points 10 hours ago x5 I was in a queue at a big book store in the UK with my daughter who was about 6 (ish) at the time and whilst I'm in the busy queue my daughter was looking at the books on a rotating stand. Little did I know that on that stand was a small book of dirty jokes. Just as I was being served (there are about 12 people queuing across 5 tills) my sweet and innocent daughter decidess to proudly show her reading and joke telling skills and shouts out "Dad, wh
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