Either your own or others you have watched, seen, come across.
Ah, kids. So unpredictable. You never know what they’re going to say next. And at times this can sometimes be pretty embarassing. Especially when they learn some of those NEW words they hear mommy or daddy or the kids at school say. Or maybe it’s not a curse but just something that…well, shouldn’t be said to others, like how fat someone is. Heh.
Me, I don’t have any kids myself, but there is one that lives a few doors down. He’s about 3 or 4.
Anyway, the neighbors next to them aren’t exactly…eh…the neatest people on the planet. While they don’t exactly live in a pigsty, they usually have clutter around. This can be seen everytime anyone passes by their windows, as their blinds are usually askew and, well, it’s not hard to miss (the mess, that is).
I was sitting outside the other day when the kid was playing with his toy trucks in front of his apartment when the male counterpart came out of said clutterplace. In passing the kid, really innocently, I might add, looks up and asks: “Why don’t you ever clean your apartment?”
I had to stifle a laugh and the guy didn’t seem to know what to say, being caught off guard, so he opted for the saying nothing routine and continued on his way.
Anyway, this story is pretty mild and tame, I’m sure, so tell me about your experiences. I, and I’m sure others, would have a fun time hearing and reading about them.