Have you ever listened to kids talk? They can say some pretty strange stuff. In fact, sometimes it can be downright creepy. Today we’re going to listen in as some random people on the internet tell us what sort of weird things their children say. What would you do if your child said any of these things? These are the 25 creepiest things kids have ever said.
My 6-year-old son whispered to himself, "I wonder how eyeballs taste," while looking at his sleeping sister.
When I was in second grade (so 7 I think), my teacher asked us what we would want to do later in life. I told them I'd commit suicide.
"I want to destroy all nature." My friends little sister, maybe four at the time. We're a bunch of granola hippies so it took us all aback.
While driving past past a cemetery, "Dad...when the last people on earth die, who will bury them?"
“I’m watching you make my sandwich so that when you die, I will know how to do it.”
"Go back to sleep. There isn't anything under your bed." "He's behind you now."
"Mummy when you were sleeping, I woke up and there was a ghost with no face standing over you touching your arm; it was taking your dreams out of your body with its mouth."
“I think I want to be a fighter pilot, or maybe a funeral worker like daddy.” (daddy is a software engineer)
I'm a kindergarten teacher. One of my kids told me, "I was going to have a little brother, but my mom killed him while he was still in her tummy by working too hard."
To grandma - "I like this mummy better than my last mummy. My last mummy locked me in a room, and I drank some paint and died.”
After she had a fire safety clinic at school, I asked my daughter, "What do you do if you catch on fire?" Her response, "Die."
I can't remember if she was 3 or 4, but our little daughter's voice peeped up from the back seat one morning, "Dad, do babies bathe in blood?"
"Daddy, I want to drill into your tummy, crawl inside and eat your dinner."
When I had my second child, my oldest asked me if I still was his mom. I confirmed. He looked at me dead serious, "Good. Because if you're not my mom, I won't let you be anyone's mom."
"I used to do that when I was an old man."
My three year old daughter: "Daddy, pretend that you are dead in the dirt on the side of the road, and I'm a dog and I find you."
"I looked into mommy's eyes, and I saw your grave." - My son when he was four.
Last year after I read my 6 year old a bedtime story, he said, "When the world ends, I will climb up on the roof. Then I will open my mouth and leave my body."
My 4-year-old son was giving me a hug the other morning (with his head to my chest) and said, " Daddy you have darkness in your heart."
A random child at the preschool I was working at - "You have a baby inside you, but you won't be a mommy." (I found out I was pregnant later that day and miscarried the next week.)
My 5-year-old niece came up to me when I was at my brother's house and said "Uncle Yup4545, will you help me kill daddy? I'll kill him, but I need you to bury him in the back yard."
To our 3-year-old son: "What would you do if we had another baby?" Our son: "I'd kill it."
When we put my 3-year-old son to sleep, he sometimes whispers, "Be quiet demons" over and over.
When our dog died, without us yet having properly attempted to explain death, our then two-year-old said, "All her thoughts left her body."
"When you die the silence comes."
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