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Funny Or Strange Things Children/Kids Say
 
# 1 : Monday 9-4-2012 @ 19:49
 
 
At my sister's house yesterday and my little 5 year old niece suddenly says to me really loudly in front of everyone - in the midst of a big silence -
"Do you have a Willy?"
I just ignored her and pretended not to hear, but she kept repeating it and my sister, eager to try to normalise everything (especially for her children) says:
"Of course he does. He's a boy."
Then my niece keeps repeating it - "Have you a willy? Have you a willy?"
So I turn to her and say "Yes".
I could feel myself going red.
Nobody wants attention drawn to their cock in a crowded room full of adults and children.

Anyway my sister then started trying to change the subject saying it is ok to ask a question but it's not ok to keep asking it over and over again and tried to get my niece ready for bed.
My sister and I have had many conversations about treating sexual questions as normal with children who ask questions and I think she dealt with it well.
I think it is important to not imprint a sense of weirdness or shame on a child's brain when they say such things.
My sister and I remember that from our childhood and she wants to remedy that in the raising of her children.
I wish I had reacted better and hadn't got embarrassed but it was so out of the blue and unexpected.

Any other stories of funny or strange things children say?
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# 2 : Monday 9-4-2012 @ 19:59
 
 
I remember years ago being in a friends for sunday tea, the new Vicar and his wife were also there. My mates son was playing on the floor and suddenly blurts out "Daddy will my willy ever be as big as yours", my mate was mortified. His wife quickly said yes when you grow up, lol. Then he asks the Vicar if he had a willy, his parents tried to change the subject as quickly as possible. The Vicar just said yes. The child asks if it was big to which the Vicars wife replied, Well he thinks it is. We all laughed while the kid looked at us wondering what was so funny.
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# 3 : Saturday 20-7-2013 @ 00:30
 
 
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# 4 : Sunday 21-7-2013 @ 20:08
 
 
Someone said :
I remember years ago being in a friends for sunday tea, the new Vicar and his wife were also there. My mates son was playing on the floor and suddenly blurts out "Daddy will my willy ever be as big as yours", my mate was mortified. His wife quickly said yes when you grow up, lol. Then he asks the Vicar if he had a willy, his parents tried to change the subject as quickly as possible. The Vicar just said yes. The child asks if it was big to which the Vicars wife replied, Well he thinks it is. We all laughed while the kid looked at us wondering what was so funny.

Brilliant
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# 5 : Monday 22-7-2013 @ 12:40
 
 
When the older teenager was about 5 in a crowded supermarket he asked "is diarrhoea when poop comes out your mouth?"
The younger one at about 10 asked "condoms are for when you want to have sex but don't want a baby? Why would you do that!" he later asked "When you have sex do you have to put your penis in all three holes?"
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# 6 : Thursday 26-12-2013 @ 17:59
 
 
My nephew this afternoon kept eating too much and I said "You keep eating like that you'll be as fat as me." And he says "Are you fat? You don't look fat." Bless him!
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# 7 : Saturday 28-12-2013 @ 00:19
 
 
My nephew who is only 7 informed me on Xmas night at the dinner table that life is simply Sex...Drugs...Rock and Roll...His Dad told him whilst very drunk
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# 8 : Tuesday 31-12-2013 @ 20:36
 
 
Had to share..Was having lunch earlier in the Cafe of a department store...A young child kept running at a shop dummy which was in the mens clothing next to the Cafe...His Mum kept shouting in a very false posh accent...' Ben dear please stop hitting the dummy '...Young Ben proceeded to whack the dummy and yell loudly..'shut fuck up'
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# 9 : Tuesday 31-12-2013 @ 20:48
 
 
Someone said :
Had to share..Was having lunch earlier in the Cafe of a department store...A young child kept running at a shop dummy which was in the mens clothing next to the Cafe...His Mum kept shouting in a very false posh accent...' Ben dear please stop hitting the dummy '...Young Ben proceeded to whack the dummy and yell loudly..'shut fuck up'

Reminds me of a guy whom I worked with when I was in school. One day at lunch break he told us he'd noticed that his four-year-old was cursing. He explained the problem something like as follows: "I don't know who the fuck's teaching her to swear. I know I say 'fuck' a lot, but I've been fucking careful never to swear when I'm talking to her. You can't be fucking swearing at a kid that young. It's not fucking rght, so it's not."
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# 10 : Tuesday 31-12-2013 @ 21:00
 
 
My 2 year old nephew was looking through the toy catalogue with me and was pointing out all the things he knew i.e. tractor, truck, jeep etc. He pointed to one of them and said truck and I said 'No, that's a forklift'. He looked up at me with a 'oh that's a new word' face so I said it again 'forklift'. He then tried to say it...only he couldn't say it right yet...so it sounded more like he was saying 'fuck it'.

I tried not to smile and laugh cos then he would think it was a funny word to say and would start saying it all the time.
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# 11 : Tuesday 31-12-2013 @ 21:09
 
 
When my niece was learning to count, her older brother's friends got at her. The number two was irregular, just as some verbs are. When we were counting knives and forks for dinner, it was regular: 'one' , 'two', 'three', and one or two more before it became random numbers. I was trying to help her learn a few more and used my fingers. That's when I discovered the irregular system she had been taught: 'one' when I lifted one finger, 'that's bold' when I lifted the second finger before going back to the regular sequence. She was actually using 'that's bold' as a number.
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# 12 : Wednesday 5-2-2014 @ 19:53
 
 
This morning when I was dropping the lads to school a news report came on about surrogacy and that in Ireland the person who gives birth is the mother and from the back of the car Teenager the Younger screams at the radio "A mother is not the person who gives birth to you but the person who is there for you everyday"
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# 13 : Wednesday 5-2-2014 @ 20:07
 
 
When I was about 7, I developed a fascination with long words, sometimes blurting them out regardless of the company. One week it was "synagogue", following week it was "homosexual".
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# 14 : Wednesday 5-2-2014 @ 20:19
 
 
So your user name is pronounced gayjew?
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# 15 : Wednesday 5-2-2014 @ 20:23
 
 
As a kid when that song came out about a twist in your sobriety, I though sobriety was a muscle in your leg.
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