Kids Say the Darndest Things Volume 1
Submitted by Valle
Here's a highlight reel of our parents' funniest kid quotes and antics for the week of January 21, 2009. Comment on your favorite funny kid quote, or submit one of your own here
. We'll be asking every weekend, so keep a pen and pad handy to jot down those comic gold nuggets as they roll in!
My 3-year-old daughter came up to me and said "One day when I'm big, I'm going to have big boobies, and I'm gonna shake 'em." I thought her dad was going to have a heart attack.
My son kept getting confused about who Jango Fett was in Star Wars
. So my husband explained that Jango Fett was Bobo Fett's dad. So my son looked at my husband and said, "Daddy, are you my Jango Fett?"
My 3-year-old boy saw me this morning preparing my cup of coffee. He opened the cabinet, like he was looking for something. Then he came to me and said, "Mommy, I can't find my cafe latte in the closet!"
My 2-year-old found her way to the kitchen cabinet and started throwing Cheerios on the floor. When I asked her who did it, she replied, "JESUS!"
My daughter's white crayon wasn't showing up on her white paper, so she looked at me very somberly and said, "It went ka-plooey, mommy!"
I don't have one yet, but I swear, my fetus gave me a high-five!
My 5-year-old daughter asked me, "Mom, why do you go to the gym? To get bigger?" I said, "No, to get smaller." She says concerned, "I don't want you to get smaller; I want you to get bigger! Please, don't get smaller, mommy!"
My 4-year-old daughter asked her 6-year-old brother to feel her muscles. He did and told her, "It feels like a bag of pudding!"
My son Kolby asked me: "Mommy, is Daddy working today?" And I replied, "Yes, he's in Miami." He then said, "No, mommy, it's MY Ami, It's Kolby's Ami!"
My daughter said she was done with school and that she knew everything she needed to know. So I asked her what the capital of Kentucky was. She thought for a minute and then she said the capital of Kentucky is a K.
I was opening up a new trash bag when I saw my 4-year-old daughter trying to pick a fight with her brother. I walked over to them (with the garbage bag still in my hand) and my daughter gasped and said, "You're going to throw me away?!?"