Kids really do say the darndest things. They haven’t yet had their point of view molded by society, so their minds are free to see life in a way we can’t even wrap our heads around anymore. Sure is fun to be around though.
These hilarious kids used their unjaded minds to come up with new names for everyday objects, and honestly, I think these names are way better.
A friend's 5 yr old saw a rhino and called it a "Battle Unicorn". Can we let 5 yr olds christen new species please?
— Zoe's Zoo (@ZoesZooYouTube) May 30, 2018
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
I'm not saying that my daughter is overly dramatic.
I'm just reminding you that she calls tears "wet drops of sad."
— Kim Bongiorno (@LetMeStart) March 29, 2016
2yo referred to her coat pockets as "snack holes" and this is what I shall forever call them
— Rebecca Caprara (@RebeccaCaprara) February 23, 2018
My 4-year-old called ice cubes "water bricks," and now I'll never call them anything else.
— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) October 26, 2018
My 4 year old daughter calls penguins "cold owls"
— ( ﾟдﾟ) (@jess2780) June 4, 2018
My three year old decided escalators are called “robot stairs,” and so it has been decreed in our house.
— Hunter Campbell (@HunterCampbell) May 31, 2018
My daughter doesn’t know the word “braces” so she calls them “tiny jails for your teeth.”
— Mommy Owl (@Lhlodder) October 12, 2018
My two year old son calls beards/facial hair “face grass”. It started like a year ago and we can’t bring ourselves to correct him.
— Janna (@janna_rpw) May 31, 2018
When my daughter was little she called her memory her remembery. It will always be that to us.
— Isabel Jordan (@seastarbatita) May 30, 2018
My daughter still calls sneezing "bless yous" and I will destroy anyone that ruins this for me.
— Sara Says Stop (@PetrickSara) March 1, 2017
"I have cow-like reflexes."
My 9 year old either made an error in phrasing and meant to say cat or he is extremely self-aware.
— Stella G. Maddox (@StellaGMaddox) October 31, 2013
My friend’s 5-year-old just saw a crow and called it a “Halloween eagle.”
And a child shall lead us. It is known. This is the new name for the bird-formally-known-as-crow. You know what to do, @MerriamWebster.
— Tessa Dare (@TessaDare) May 30, 2018
5-Year-Old: HEY! WHERE ARE MY MATTRESS CURTAINS!?
Me: Um… your sheets? I’m washing them.
— Momarazzi. (@Mirimade) September 4, 2018