We all know that kids have no filter – they say and do what they want, when they want.
And because people like these folks on Twitter share these interactions, we’re all the better for it!
Here are some truly funny things that kids did last year.
1. I think he nailed it.
So my 4 year old nephew asked me to draw him Harry Potter, he then excitedly shouted “I’LL DO THE LEGS!!!!” pic.twitter.com/efHATwwfwZ
— captain corrigan (@sophiaallenx) November 21, 2019
2. I would’ve cried, too.
my three year old niece ordering the jacket potato then crying when it arrived because she thought it was a potato wearing a jacket was the highlight of my night like
— maisey davison (@maiseydavisonx) September 28, 2019
3. Can’t win with this one.
my niece has been moaning that she hasn’t had a valentines card so my brother sent one signed ‘?’ And she has been crying for hours saying she’s got a stalker
— mollie banks (@_molliebanks) February 7, 2019
4. Camp is really bad.
5. That’s a huge step forward.
We cracked the code to potty training our daughter. Spider man underwear. It took her picking out her own Spider-Man underwear to completely potty train herself. She won’t have an accident because she “can’t go potty on Spider-Man”. I can’t believe that’s all it took lol
— sammy (@sammylynn_) November 22, 2019
6. Now you’re in for it.
My eight year old has started talking back and then saying (outloud) “hashtag roasted” and dabbing. Not one of the parenting books prepared me for this.
— Ally (@TragicAllyHere) June 23, 2019
7. “You better pick me up!”
8. No response to that line.
My kids have had two fish and named them Dave and Dave.
I asked them how they can tell them apart and my youngest son said ‘One of them is Scottish, so you pronounce his name differently.’
I mean. What do you say to that?
— Dr. Jessica Taylor (@DrJessTaylor) September 23, 2019
9. That’s kind of amazing.
yesterday morning after his soccer game, my 6 year old asked me how come the other team gets to change the color of their jerseys every week, while we always had to wear purple. when i explained that, in fact, we were playing against different teams each week, his mind was blown.
— Daniel Alarcón (@DanielGAlarcon) May 5, 2019
10. Just do your best.
In the best yet things-my-nephews-have-done, the 7 year old ordered a burger today, and was asked if he wanted it medium. "Could you please make it very large?" he asked. Told that the choice was between medium or well done, he asked if the chef could do the best he could. Yes.
— Andy Kesson (@andykesson) August 16, 2019
11. That’s commitment.
Was on the bus the other day and two kids about 10 were in front of me. One of them said that his parents won't let him get a dog so he used to stare at the sun to try make himself blind so he could get a guide dog. No doubt he was waffling but you have to admire his imagination
— Joey D'Arcy (@JoeyDarcyy) March 11, 2019
12. Ugh! Gross!
Daughter: Daddy, how much of this meatball is meat?
Me: Probably like 90%
D: So it's 10% balls?
Me: *spits out food*
— Tim (@Playing_Dad) January 3, 2016
13. You better get that kid some spaghetti.
4: Mama, I'm not feeling so good.
Me: What's wrong baby girl?
4: I haven't had spaghetti for so long my stomach misses it. Listen, *puffs up belly* you can hear my tummy cry.
— kiersty: kah-ear-stee (@kahearstee) January 31, 2019
14. That means you better share.
4-year-old: Can I have some of your candy?
Wife: I got this for Mother's Day.
4: You're only a mom because of me.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) May 13, 2017
15. Pride Cheerios.
My kid just called Fruit Loops "Pride Cheerios" and I've never been happier in my life that this little dude calls me mom.
— OutnumberedMother (@OutNumbMother) September 5, 2018
Did your adorable little monsters do or say anything totally hilarious or outrageous last year?
Tell us all about it in the comments, please!