2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-07-31 02:08
Each child has a different personality that makes us want to film them every moment. Here are 10 comical situations that children put us through.
When they have no embarrassment
Children who have not yet assimilated the principles of hygiene and basic decorum sometimes present us with truly comical situations. For example, when they wipe their nose with their hand and offer us the result as a “gift” or when, in public, the child lowers his panties by leaning over and saying that it stings him… right there! A friend had a giggle full of discomfort when her 3-year-old son undressed in the aisle of a church, during a funeral, because he had peed in his panties and did not want to stay in your wet panties…
When they repeat what we say…
…especially when they shouldn't! Sometimes they are swear words heard somewhere, other times they are expressions of grown-ups. For example, recently my son (who speaks significantly better than his mother) said, hearing me sigh, What's up mommy? Are you really burned? »
When they tell truths we'd rather nothear
We are at the center of their concerns, so it is normal that they project onto us the great notions of newly acquired life. It's not uncommon to hear niceties like You mom, you're a little old, huh? or “You have soft arms mum, as the lady just said to the other lady. »
When they're a little scared
A child who starts talking quickly to forget a movie that scares him a little or a child who runs with his eyes as big as plates because he heard a noise in the kitchen (which eventually turns out to be the cat) is always kinda funny.
When they pronounce it wrong
It works every time. When a child says he is going to put “kopchope” in his hamburger or pick up “agnouigne” candies, parents always laugh.
When they invent new expressions
The more proverbs you say, the more likely you are to hear "improved" and much funnier versions of them!
When they play big
When they walk in our shoes, pretend to drive the car or cook and show us what they think the big guys do, we often laugh out loud.
When they shame us
“The gentleman isn't handsome, eh, mum? is just one of many examples of what our childrencan make us suffer, preferably in a queue where we can no longer avoid the gaze of said gentleman. Once you've managed to escape, you usually laugh a lot… out of discomfort and shame!
When they disagree with our ways
Sometimes what makes sense to us doesn't make sense to them. For some, it's going to take a picture with a bearded man at the mall that doesn't make sense. For others, when a person gave us candy on Halloween, it's enough and there's no need to bother the other neighbors to get more. Without forgetting the essential: if you don't have any money, mum, you just have to go and get some from the bank! No matter what makes no sense to them, it's often very funny to hear them explain their perception of things to us!
When they mess up…
At the time, we may not find their nonsense very funny, but when they are older and we think back with horror to all the misery they caused the poor cat, to all the smeared walls, with many failed recipes and multiple damages, we laugh a lot and for a long time!
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