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Funny things kids say

My dad played violin, and we were all sort of self-taught musicians. I played piano. Back when Dad was teaching one of my six brothers, who was 7, to play violin, we were invited one evening to my dad’s cousin’s house, as they wanted to hear my brother play. After my brother finished his song, dad’s cousin’s wife asked, “And what was your mother’s maiden name?” To which my little brother answered, “I don’t know, I wasn’t born yet.” Three of my other brothers also are now great musicians.
— Barbara of Rumford

Make us laugh with funny things your kids say

TURNER – Turner Publishing Inc. has been sharing funny stories submitted by readers and the column, titled “Funny Things Kids Say,” has been popular with our readers. We would like to share your funny story, too. Randomly we select names from among the Funny Things submissions and give away gift certificates to local restaurants to the winners. You can enter as many funny things as you want, but each entry must be emailed separately or mailed separately. Here are some submissions we received in 2016:

Funny Things Kids Say

A co-worker’s young son kept telling his mother how much he liked Brown House Key. Not understanding who or what Brown House Key was, she asked him to explain further and he said, emphatically, “You know, that Patriots’ player called Brown House Key.”

Funny Things Kids Say

We were at a small cafe in Massachusetts with our son Josh, daughter-in-law Kelly, and 3-year-old granddaughter Ada. The cafe was struggling that weekend, with the smoker turned off and many menu items unavailable.

Funny Things Kids Say

My grandson watched me iron a shirt and asked, “Mimi, why are you ironing everything?” “Because there are a lot of wrinkles,” I said, and added, “I wish I could iron my face so I wouldn’t have any wrinkles on it.” He looked at me for a few minutes and said, “Those look good on you Mimi.” Very cute for a five-year-old child to say to his grandmother. – Rolande Carrier of Augusta.

FUNNY THINGS KIDS SAY

FUNNY THINGS KIDS SAY
When one of my granddaughters was about 5, she was working herself into a tantrum about something she wanted right off. Her father told her to have patience. Without skipping a beat she yelled “I want patience!” — Elvera, Turner