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Kids say the funniest things

Embarrasing you in public, using sound logical reasoning, performing odd acts and using puppy dog eyes to get a puppy of their own are just a few of the things that make children entertaining.

Here are some funny things they have said and done.

"Hey mister, your pants are falling down."

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When your child "runs away," they will often find a reason to come back home. Usually it's hunger but this one "just needed the cat."

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Her name isn't Wednesday Adams, but this little girl likes playing operation and attending her own funeral.

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"This Halloween, I want to be a fart."

Will this craze follow slime and unicorn poo?

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How many languages do I need to say it in? I want a cat.

We're impressed by this dedication.

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"Is this what skype used to look like?"

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"Mum, is this grandma?"

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"Please play with me, I'll let you be the vacuuming army guy."

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Using their skills of persuation for good.

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Deciding to play dress up on random days of the week.

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Are your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews prone to peculiar behaviour, wearing odd outfits and cackling at their own commentaries? Email your quotes to beth@moosemarketingandpr.co.uk 

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