Don’t kids just say the funniest things? They make you laugh, they make you cry, and sometimes they make you want to hide from embarrassment of a bad-timed public declaration of whatever is on their mind.
Here at Springfree Trampoline, we’ve been sharing some of the funniest things we’ve heard kids say on our social media – you can follow along for a laugh by liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter or Instagram.
Here are just some of the best…
“I went to the bank with my 7-year-old son. He sits down and says “Just so we’re clear, I’m not the husband.”
My husband: "Who’s the boss?"
My son: "You are Dad…until Mummy comes home!"
“I was driving with my 6-year-old son. He asked, “Any idiots out today Mum?”
"My Wife and I are expecting another baby, and we’ve told my daughter about how the baby is growing in Mummy’s tummy. We were at a BBQ, and she pointed to a friend, who was NOT pregnant, and said “look Daddy, she’s got a baby in her tummy."
"Completing the City to Surf fun run in Sydney, I was running the race while pushing my son in a pram, while my wife and daughter were walking. As I was nearing the top of a pretty hard, steep hill, my son yelled out “HEY DAD, WHAT’S HAPPENING? YOURE SLOWING DOWN."
Me: "Do you eat Weetbix for dinner?"
My Son: "NO! That is NOT a dinner cereal!"
"I offered to get my daughter a McDonalds Sunday icecream, when I asked which flavour, she said “I don’t want a Sunday, I’d like a Monday."
Me: "What do you want to be when you grow up?"
My 6-year-old: "A mail-box!"
"My niece was telling me about her trip to the dairy. There were pigs drinking pink milk, and she told me “that’s why they’re pink.” So I said “does that mean black pigs drink black milk?” she replied “no all pigs are black but when they drink pink milk they turn pink. The more pink milk they drink the pinker they get.” So I asked her if she drinks lots of pink milk will she turn pink? She replied (as though I had asked a really stupid question) “No. Only pigs turn pink from pink milk!”
"I bought my kids a Springfree for Christmas. Oliver, my 4 year old said “a giant trampoline, just what I’ve always wanted in my dreams”. When my 7 year old started running towards the trampoline, Oliver threw all the other presents he was holding on the floor, and yelled “I don’t want my presents” and ran ahead to go first."