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Funniest Ways That Kids Have Insulted Adults

There's no getting around the fact that children are just plain old strange. They're these miniature human beings that have an uncanny knack for spewing out wildly unexpected sentiments at a moment's notice. Naturally, some kids are more devious than others. Maybe you were one of those kids yourself. Hard pressed to follow the rules that the rest of society put in place, and told you to abide by. Maybe you were just channeling that oppositional energy from a young age, and it ended up getting you in a whole lot of trouble. If that's the case, you probably had your work cut out for you as you navigated the ins and outs of school. Oh, school. A time ripe for learning about the consequences of not following the rules. Maybe that rule breaking behavior ended up manifesting in you dishing out all kinds of creative and ridiculous insults to those around you.

This particular AskReddit thread honors the most outlandish and humorous insults that kids ended up coming up with. If you're an adult on the receiving end of one of these insults, hopefully you didn't take the insult seriously for a second, and instead appreciated that kid's ability to churn out some banter that you'd never heard before. Banter can certainly be fun if we allow ourselves to drop our guards, and just play along with it. Of course there are lines that shouldn't be crossed, and that can end up being the time that kids are better educated on what they really shouldn't be saying to other members of society.

You don't want to end up growing up to be one of those adults with a nasty head on their shoulders, a misplaced moral compass, and a daunting inability to treat those around you with a sliver of respect. As with all matters of life, there's a strange balance to these things. We love a good roast or creative insult here. Especially when you get the ruthless silver tongued wordsmiths in the comments section that are ready to stir up all kinds of trouble. The YouTube comments section is really its own kind of comedy goldmine. You've got to love the internet for what it provides there. It can be this playground of sorts where everyone goes to work at trying out their most absurd insults. You just don't want to take things too far. Sometimes, you can get lost in the fun of a back and forth with another online user and end up saying something that you ultimately come to regret. But anyways, all ramblings about the wild realm of online banter aside, these kids certainly brought their A game for when it came to surprising folks around them with unexpected words of sheer ruthlessness. If anything, we'd have loved to been able to read more about the fallout from some of the more piercing insults. It really just boils down to whoever ends up receiving that insult. It'd sure be nice if everyone in the world had a great sense of humor, but thus is not always the case.

A collection of the funniest and most creative insults that kids have come up with. | recently working with kid and another teacher, and kid turned other teacher and said about she probably listens all by myself at night
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Toddler Invents Their Own Swear Word, Swears At Parent For Weeks

While kids have garnered plenty of a reputation for being flat out silly and dumb, they can also get devilishly inventive when faced with the possibility of getting in trouble for a continued pattern of unacceptable behavior. This toddler decided to dip into their word bank and pull out a new word for the explicit purpose of being able to cuss at their parent without having to actually "swear." 

Toddler invents their own swear word, and then swears at their parent for weeks. | TheOphans TIFU by learning my toddler made up their own way swearing at and has been telling f off while. M So build up this fuck up work out at home and have done since my child born like work out music and there is one particular song some reason really helps get mood squat s song l'd played some time without question until 4 months ago because has few swear words
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Ecards To Remind You Of The Joys Of Parenting

Parenting is a hoot. Right? I mean why else would people keep having kids? Frankly, it beats me. If only parents were a little more honest with how they felt most of the time, i.e. sleep-deprived, irritated, and covered in baby vomit. these ecards are pretty upfront with how some parents view parenthood, but how many of them do you relate to?

ecard about the constant battle between going to bed to catch up on sleep or staying awake to get alone time | Parenting is constant battle between going bed catch up on some sleep or staying awake finally get some alone time. somee cards
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30 Memes For Parents Who Need A Dang Break

Having kids can really change your life for the better. There's gotta be something incredibly satisfying about raising up a tiny human to (hopefully) one day be a good person and make a positive impact on society. That being said, it's totally understandable that sometimes you just need a damn break from your offspring!

Funny memes about parenting | as parent screams "screams higher Citytv | trying have conversation with another adult and kid is behind like: OLearningWithLori Ryan Reynolds in front of an exploding car
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Ways Parents Tricked Their Young Children Into Loving Reading

If your kids love reading, it's essential to do everything you can to encourage that passion. But anyone with kids will know that anything they perceive to be your idea, they automatically don't want to be a part of, even if it will benefit them. So one dad, Professor. Robert McNees shared his trick on how to get his daughter to love reading, using reverse psychology. He Tweeted, "Somehow, I've lucked out and have an 8yo who thinks secretly reading under the covers past her bedtime is an act of rebellion, and it hasn't yet occurred to her that her flashlights never seem to run out of batteries."

This simple life hack inspired others to Tweet the ways their parents duped them into becoming bookworms too, and it seems like it's quite a common phenomenon. Kids love reading, and parents love it when their children read; if only they could work together towards a shared goal without the need for trickery!

Parenting hacks by physics professor Robert A.McNees on how to get your kids to love reading
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30 Mommy Group Posts That Range From Cringey To Full Karen

As younger people abandon Facebook for Instagram and TikTok, it seems like we're more aware of all the crazies that frequent the social networking site. Some of the best places to find unhinged and ignorant people are mommy/parenting groups. There's an overwhelming number of Covid-19 nonbelievers, people who do extremely weird sh*t with breast milk, and of course - lots of talk of essential oils. If the children are our future, and they're being raised by these people, we might be more screwed than we thought. 

Funny and cringey FAcebook posts from moms, essential oils, coronavirus, covid-19, anti-mask | Does anyone sneak breast milk into their toddlers food give them an extra boost vitamins have little extra each day and think would help protect against Covid do think? 12 38 Comments O Like Comment sneak my milk into scrambled eggs good whole family lol | Them Follow childless person tells they're "tired"
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24 Times Kids Were Unintentionally Savage

Damn, these tweets are like a super-charged and super-savage edition of 'Kids Say The Darndest Things!' Somebody grab a hose cuz they're setting their parents on fire.

Funny savage tweets about shit kids say.
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16 Embarrassed Parents Share Moments Their Kids Made Them Die Inside

Whether you're a wear parent yourself, or someone looking for more reasons to avoid procreation, these stories will make you cringe and maybe chuckle.

Times kids embarrassed their parents.
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33 Hilarious Gems From Twitter's Favorite Dad

If you've ever been on our site, chances are that you're familiar with our affection for dad jokesand amusing parenting tidbits. James Breakwell's Twitteris a beautiful amalgam of both. We dare you not to smile at these funky tweets.

Funny James Breakwell tweets.
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29 Moments That Prove Kids Are Funny Creatures

Some people grow out of it, some don't. Children are stupid idiots. Sure, they're just learning everything about the world for the first time, but hot damn are they dumb as rocks for a while there. We were dumb too. We're still dumb, but we can do long division and drive, so that's pretty good. 

moments and memes that prove kids are indeed funny little creatures
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Bane. Mad Max. Charles Bronson. Mother Goose?

Tom Hardy is mostly known for playing anti-social, bloodthirsty monsters. With his rich British accent and hulking physique, Hardy is an indomitable and unsuspecting screen presence known for tapping into the rawest parts of the human psyche. His voice synonymous with the eloquent ravings of a madman; his actions, the missing link between the modern and primordial man.

via Wiffle Gif

So it should come as no surprise that Tom Hardy reading a bedtime story about a party that requires guests wear a hat sounds like he’s reading a malevolent riddle to the good people of Gotham City.

Appearing on the BBC’s CBeeBies BedTime Story on New Years Eve, Hardy chilled on a couch — golden retriever on his lap, giant stuffed monkey to his side — to read You Must Bring a Hat, a darling children’s book by Simon Philip and Kate Hindly. The story of a young man who was invited to a party with a very specific set of instructions, You Must Bring a Hat, as read by Tom Hardy, sounds like something Charles Bronson says before he beats someone in prison.

Tell me that, “All penguins accompanying pink-tutu-wearing elephants MUST bring with them a suitcase full of cheese” doesn’t sound like something this guy would say:

via Space Cadet

Or “You think darkness is your ally? You merely adopted the dark. I was born in it, molded by it.” Ok. That was from The Dark Knight Rises, but the point is because Hardy’s voice is closely connected to these lunatic characters, You Must Bring a Hat sounds like something they would say. Especially considering the book puts such dire emphasis on the whole “you must bring a hat to this party thing.”

Anyway, check out the video, close your eyes, and imagine Mad Max muttering this story under his breath.

via Fox Searchlight

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An English millionaire decorated his mansion with children's gravestones.
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One English Millionaire property developer is trying as hard as he can to be a James Bond Villain it seems.

Kim Davies was ordered by a judge to pay £300,000 for breaking planning laws in the use of 150-year-old children's gravestones in the renovation of his country mansion.

Taking them from a run-down Welsh church that he also own, Davies cemented the gravestones into the mansion's walls and used them as flagstones in a patio.

The Daily Mail broke down the fines and the judge's opinion of the crimes.

Davies, who owned the disused chapel at the time, has now been fined £60,000 and ordered to pay another £240,000 costs for breaking planning laws.

Davies's own costs in the last three years were estimated at more than £250,000. He has already sold his Aston Martin and a Lamborghini Spider to raise funds for his court costs.

Issuing the fine, Judge Williams said the work Davies had done to the seven-bedroom house was 'vandalism'. He told him: "You turned the house into something comparable to a hidden palace of an iron curtain dictator."





The gravestones were from mostly the 19th century and some originally marked the burial sites of babies.

Prosecutor Nicholas Haggan said, "One was the grave of David, four, Rose, three and Thomas who was just 11 months old when he died. These headstones were inserted into the walls of Llanwenarth House as decorative stone plaques."

Surely this is not something that's trending in contemporary interior design.