Sunday, December 6, 2009

Question of the Day #396

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As B and I wandered through the bookstore today, two little boys buzzed passed us. One said to the other, "Would you rather be eaten by a lion or would you rather eat poo?"

We, of course, burst out laughing.

"Now, that's a question of the day, "I said.

"Yeah, no," B said. "But you should ask what hilarious things your bloggers have heard kids say."

Is he a genius or what? So what hilarious things have you heard kids say?



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  2. HOLY! These kids sound like N when he was little: Could a tank kill a tick? Who would win in a fight, a bear or a shark? etc., etc.

    Just today I heard my little special K ask her dad if people built babies. As I giggled at my beloved's stuttered response, I giggled more knowing that parental payback time just began! LOL!

  3. Here is the latest shocker: My 5 year old daughter and I planned a fantastic girls weekend in NYC with aunts/cousins etc. We said our goodbyes to the little kids and my husband and jumped in the car to begin our trip. As soon as we turned the corner, she said from her car seat, "I'm so excited for our girls weekend!" So cute, right? Then she continues, "Mom, I can't stop thinking about kissing (which sounded more like kissin'). I dream about kissin', I think about kissin' the kids in my class. I just can't stop thinking about kissin'. I even pretended to kiss my pillow last night" Did I mention she is 5?! OMG!

  4. I can't even write some of the things my youngest has said. He did tell us when he was 10 that he was ready for a steady girlfriend and asked our advice on getting one. I advised him to wait until he was 50. :)

  5. Kids say the funniest things. My colleague's kid say to him the other day, "Daddy, I'm tired of being small." I wanted to say to him "join the club kid, I never got above 5'2"." I was babysitting the other day and I was like "I'll be right back kids, I have to go potty" and they were like "oh we all have to go too" and you can imagine how the next hour of my life went... I was trying so hard not to laugh at half the things they said. I'm actually laughing out loud right now as I type.

  6. Oh, that's funny. My kids come up with the more bizarre things these days.

  7. My son is 5 and says he wants a girlfriend. (He doesn't even know what that means). In Nor CA short school days are called Minimum Days and he wants to have Minimum Nights....


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