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Kids say the funniest things

Ibelive2020
Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
edited February 6 in Coffee lounge
Kids say the funniest of things i was in bathroom tidying up my 5 year old girl comés in and says tó me hi mámmy wrinkly knickers i need the loo now excuse me bubble and squeak 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 5,464

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    Oh dear :D 

    The joys of parenthood - you get to hear your child say weird and wonderful things :) 
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  • coylygirl
    coylygirl Member Posts: 283 Pioneering
    My daughter asked for a weetabic,  I said don't you mean a weetabix?  She said No, I only want one
  • Ibelive2020
    Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
    @Ross_Scope oh yes my kids say the funniest of things @coylygirl lol bless 
  • lisathomas50
    lisathomas50 Member Posts: 4,735 Disability Gamechanger
    @Ibelive2020 I took my children to visit family in wolverhampton a few years ago  at the time my youngest son needed new shoes  so mum took my other children to get food 

    We were in the shoe shop and a rastaferian  came in long dread locks  he had never seen a black person before  and my son said to me mummy that man needs help when I asked why he said he needs a wash and needs to brush his hair I didnt know where to put myself  now he is married to a beautiful black lady  
  • Ibelive2020
    Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,675 Disability Gamechanger
    edited February 6
    Going into asda a good few years ago and our son's stepson who was 6 at the time looked at the hot cross buns on display and said "look Jesus buns"

    Our daughter who is 4 years younger than her brother Daniel couldn't pronounce his name she called him Dardle.
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  • Ibelive2020
    Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 12,914 Disability Gamechanger
    My great niece was asking her mum about my bath chair and her mum explained I needed it as I had my leg amputated 

    She added why so her mum said because it was poorly 

    She replied will they put it back on when it's better 
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  • Cress
    Cress Member Posts: 999 Pioneering
    My son when he was younger would always ask for Car Door ice cream.
    And a nephew when he was young had a Nurse Harvey's habit....but he called it 'in a minute' as whenever he asked his mum for some she'd say.....

    @janer1967 love the leg better...lol
  • Ibelive2020
    Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
    @janer1967 áhh bless @cress when i was younger and heard lce cream mán tune i got told hé had run out 
  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 1,651 Listener
    edited February 7
    @Ibelive2020 I took my children to visit family in wolverhampton a few years ago  at the time my youngest son needed new shoes  so mum took my other children to get food 

    We were in the shoe shop and a rastaferian  came in long dread locks  he had never seen a black person before  and my son said to me mummy that man needs help when I asked why he said he needs a wash and needs to brush his hair I didnt know where to put myself  now he is married to a beautiful black lady  
    I had a similar experience at school when I was 5, there was a (Removed by moderator, phrase may offend others) called Natashar in my class, I'd never seen one not even on TV, so I called her "chocolate legs", and she called me "The milky bar kid", nothing racial about it just a bit of banter between 2 kids.


  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 5,464

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    Of course, it's always worth clarifying @MrAllen1976 and @lisathomas50 that if an adult said those things it would be completely unacceptable. Children do often make naive comments like that simply because they haven't been educated about those parts of life yet, or as you say they may not have seen someone of a different race or nationality.

    When a child does say something like that, it is important to educate them as to why those sorts of phrases are not acceptable in society.

    woodbine said:


    Our daughter who is 4 years younger than her brother Daniel couldn't pronounce his name she called him Dardle.
    My brother couldn't say the word "bananas" he used to call them "numnas"

    Thankfully he now knows how to say bananas :) 
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  • lisathomas50
    lisathomas50 Member Posts: 4,735 Disability Gamechanger
    edited February 7
    @Ross_Scope I did educste my children my son in question is now married to a beautiful black lady and I am multi-heritage and so is my dad and my mum white 
  • Ibelive2020
    Ibelive2020 Member Posts: 799 Pioneering
    I dönt care if ppl are white black pink blue purple silver orange we áré áll humán at the end of the day xx
  • [Deleted User]
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    I dönt care if ppl are white black pink blue purple silver orange we áré áll humán at the end of the day xx
    Indeed, it doesn't matter if someone's black, white or an Elephant, as long as they treat me and others with respect.

  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 5,464

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    I dönt care if ppl are white black pink blue purple silver orange we áré áll humán at the end of the day xx
    Indeed, it doesn't matter if someone's black, white or an Elephant, as long as they treat me and others with respect.

    Couldn't agree more :):smile:

    Anyway, we're at risk of getting off topic here, this thread has a fun theme, anybody else's children or young family members say some strange things? :) 
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  • lisathomas50
    lisathomas50 Member Posts: 4,735 Disability Gamechanger
    My brother when he was younger couldnt say fish fingers and used to say  tish tingers
  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 5,464

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    My brother when he was younger couldnt say fish fingers and used to say  tish tingers
    I like that more than fish fingers, I'll be calling them that from now on I think :) 

    It's fun to say
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  • lisathomas50
    lisathomas50 Member Posts: 4,735 Disability Gamechanger
    @Ross_Scope I think he still says it lol I cant say calculater  I call it a calycater  hs ha 😅 
  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Posts: 1,651 Listener
    When I was about 5, circa 1981, I had a speech impediment and couldn't pronounce my S's... I had a lot of therapy for that.


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