50 Stupid Things Kids Did That Adults Believe Are Too Cute Not To Share

by Damjan

Kids are awesome. They are goofy, silly, cute, and totally clueless about the world they live in. And because they are so eager to get to know it, they get the most wonderful ideas. They are never bored, and they don’t let anyone around them get bored. Oh, how much we all miss that time.

That’s why adults love to share stupid things they did as kids or see other kids do, and they are all hilarious. And they bring on some nostalgic feelings. We have compiled a list of the best ones, and we know you are going to like them.

1. "My Sister Drew On Her Passport"

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2. "My Little Brother's Search History. Lots Of Diarrhea And Vomit Followed"

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3. Faster is slower

3. Faster is slower

4. "Identically Unperturbed By What They Did To Themselves With The Clippers At 5am"

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5. Snacks!

5. Snacks!

6. Not so smart

6. Not so smart

7. "My 1.5-Year-Old Daughter, Ladies And Gentlemen"

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8. Same thing

8. Same thing

To understand how children think and come up with the most unbelievable things we as grownups would never think of, we have to look at the world from a child's perspective. And it is entirely different than ours.

One of the guiding forces in a kid's development is inquisitiveness, making them want to discover and try out new things and learn.

Brenna Hassinger-Das, a psychology assistant professor at Pace University, New York, explained that kids' job is "to play and learn." But adults should also try to dedicate time to be curious and playful.

"Research suggests that it relates to satisfaction, happiness, empathy, and problem-solving skills," Hassinger-Das said and added, "we are always in need of refining the ways in which we view the world."

9. Together

9. Together

10. Hair transplant

10. Hair transplant

11. I love you

11. I love you

“Parents can nurture curiosity in a lot of different ways. For instance, encouraging children to take part in free or unstructured play allows them to figure out how things work and develop their own storylines and directions for their play.”

The professor emphasized that it’s important to “encourage children to ask questions (and then answer them in a developmentally appropriate way) and to let children follow their interests. If your child loves animals, go for a nature walk where you live (whether in a city or a more rural area) and point out all the animals you see. You could also read books about the animals they like and perhaps venture out a bit further for a hike.”

Encouraging curiosity early can help a child develop a habit that will continue into adulthood. “We know that curiosity is still important for learning and overall life satisfaction,” the professor concluded.

12. "A Friend On FB Just Posted This"

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13. "My Son Found Sea Shells On His First Trip To The Beach. I Didn't Have The Heart To Tell Him"

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14. Turning into a bird

14. Turning into a bird

15. Weird math

15. Weird math

16. "My Nephew Got A Card From His Teacher And Was Stoked. He Read It, Then Instead Of Showing Anybody, He Sat Pensively On The Couch For A While. Finally A Quiet Voice Asked “Auntie, How Long Have I Had Autism?”

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17. Lost

17. Lost

18. "My Little Brother Grabbing Live Wasps Because "It's Fun""

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19. So, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose…

19. So, it doesn’t matter if you win or lose…

20. "Mom Told Her Daughter To Grab Her Mask So They Can Go To The Store. This Was The Mask She Grabbed"

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21. "My Kid Won't Eat Her Eggs Because They Have "Dark Spots". Yeah, That's The Fork"

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22. "That Time I Figured Out How To Take The Lid Off Of The Vent, And Proceeded To Get Stuck In It"

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23. IF!

23. IF!

24. "Winnie The Poo"

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25. Cheater

25. Cheater

26. "How My Dad Tricked Me Into Eating My Crust"

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27. That explains a lot

27. That explains a lot

28. That was close

28. That was close

29. Kids learn fast...

29. Kids learn fast...

30. Better late then never

30. Better late then never

31. No one told them

31. No one told them

32. "My Niece’s Hiding Spot"

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33. "My Son Asked Me Why This Lady Is Reading Poop Magazine. I'm So Proud"

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34. "When The Photographer Says “Touch Your Cheeks Together”

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35. "When I Was 2 I Thought An Electrical Box Was A Robot. My Mom Let Me Take A Picture With It, And I Have Come Across That Picture Again"

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36. "He Wants To Get On The Bus, And The Bus On The TV"

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37. It could happen to anyone

37. It could happen to anyone

38. is dangerous

38. is dangerous

39. Jail time avoided

39. Jail time avoided

40. Left-handed

40. Left-handed

41. Nephew Figured Out I’m Still A “Kid”"

41. Nephew Figured Out I’m Still A “Kid”

42. "Kids In Rome Were Mischievous Too. Toddler's Footprint In A 2000 Year Old Clay Tile"

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43. Murderer

43. Murderer

44. "My 7-Year-Old Son Was Excited To Show Off His Clay Pirate Boat"

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45. So clever

45. So clever

46. "Got New Doors Installed. He Doesn't Realise One Of His Favorite Hide And Seek Spots Has Been Severely Compromised"

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47. No difference

47. No difference

48. Better safe than sorry

48. Better safe than sorry

49. "Someone's Kid Hung Up The Wet Wipes To Allow Them To Dry"

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50. "My 3-Year-Old, Everybody"

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