Kids say.....

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  1. ruckusracing

    ruckusracing Well-Known Member

    SO a few months ago I said to the kids, "this ones for my homie" and my 5 y/o boy asked what did I mean? So I explained it to him and he seemed to kinda get it....Fast forward to yesterday. (quick back story, we had three young dogs and we lost the girl "BO", due to a traumatic accident about a month ago) So we were at the shop walking out to come home and he had some water in a cup..... He stops and pours some on the ground and says "This is for BO" I almost cried and laughed at the same time... Guess he got it after all.
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  2. SGVRider

    SGVRider Well-Known Member

    Lol! My boy asked me “Hey, is that the freaking asshole again?” I told him “No, it’s a new one.”
  3. eggfooyoung

    eggfooyoung You no eat more!

  4. Motofun352

    Motofun352 Well-Known Member

    My Dad garbled things pretty bad...He called San Luis Obisbo...Saint Louis Nabisco, and many other things. So, since things skip a generation, we weren't surprised when my son called saurkraut, sourcrap. Skunks became stunks. My Dad's Lincoln became Pap Pap's lemonsene.
  5. badmoon692008

    badmoon692008 Well-Known Member

    My buddy is like this... My favorite one is probably "chickmunk" he also always called the foreign car brand "Mishibishi"
  6. R Acree

    R Acree WTF

    Dad grew up during the depression. They never never had steak. My grandmother told us he thought Sirloin was an English knight
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  7. eggfooyoung

    eggfooyoung You no eat more!

    Proud dad moment during the MotoGP race yesterday.

    Wife: There's Valentino!
    Daughter: No mom, that's Rins!

    Daughter was right!
  8. eggfooyoung

    eggfooyoung You no eat more!

    It smells like chicken nuggets.

    My 7 y/o after she farted.
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  9. tiggen

    tiggen Things are lookin' up.

    This zen moment just happened:

    Daughter upon realizing that her little sister found her "hideout:"

    "Ohhh, now I'm never gonna get any peace and quiet."

    Welcome to my world, little one.
  10. _indy

    _indy Well-Known Member

    I overheard my daugther many years ago tell her younger sister. If you put it in the hideout they never find it.
    Told my wife she needed to have a discussion about the hideout.

    (hint, little boys don't have that hideout. )
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  11. zx6rfool

    zx6rfool Well-Known Member

    About 3 months ago my 6yo comes up to me "Daddy, Ive decided Im not going to be a hero, Im going to be a cool little villan. Villans get to do all the fun stuff."
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  12. cha0s#242

    cha0s#242 Ignorance and prejudice and fear walk hand in hand

    My 3 y.o. boy saw a picture like this in a book and said : "Look dad, the elephants are wrestling !" :crackup:

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  13. DWhyte91

    DWhyte91 Well-Known Member

    My son (4.5yrs) dropped his latest LEGO creation on the kitchen floor. Pieces everywhere and he says “For Fu$K sakes!” I laughed a little and the wife got upset with him. She says that a lot and thinks they don’t hear it. I guess she was wrong lol.
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  14. Banditracer

    Banditracer Dogs - because people suck

    So he got it from mom not dad, that's awesome. :crackup:
  15. noles19

    noles19 Well-Known Member

    My dad, who my nephew's call D, was watching them in the car while my mom was in the Dr, and wouldn't give the 5 year old something he wanted and when she got back the 5 year old, (who is on the autism spectrum) yells " Nana! D is fucking with me!!" :crackup::crackup::oops::oops:

    YZROOSTINYA Well-Known Member

    Two years ago I was driving to the mall with my girlfriend and her son ( 3 yrs old). We were bickering about something just as we were about to park and she tells me "Get off my dick!". As I step out of the car 30 seconds later Wyatt says, "Yeah John, get off her dick!" I of course asked him to repeat what he said because I wanted to make sure I heard what I thought I did. He repeated it, I threw him on my shoulders as I walked into the mall with a huge smile on my face.
  17. DWhyte91

    DWhyte91 Well-Known Member

    YUP! If he spent more time with me while I was driving it would’ve totally been my fault and much worse
  18. motoboy

    motoboy Well-Known Member

    My 6 y.o. and I were at Target yesterday. She said "I hate when people call a shopping cart a buggy. That's SOOOO ten years ago..."
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  19. motoboy

    motoboy Well-Known Member

    I was driving with my 7 y.o. today. We were trying to get to the Peace Center for a performance of Mahler 5 and were running a little late. A car ahead of us was dawdling at a green light and she said "Move it, knuckleberry!"

    I laughed and laughed.

    I guess she had heard me say huckleberry and knucklehead a few too many times.
  20. BSA43

    BSA43 Well-Known Member

    Kids are sponges.

    Anything you say will come back at you sooner or later.

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