You’re gonna get your mouth washed out with soap!
I don’t know if your parents ever told you that when you were growing up, but I heard it at least a few times when I let a curse word drop unexpectedly.
But maybe they don’t do that anymore…
Either way, we’re about to enjoy some funny posts about kids and their filthy mouths.
1. I heard that!
Can’t hide anything from them.
After 4yr old’s epic meltdown over toast cut the “wrong” way.
Me: whispering under my breath with my back turned.. “ohhh I’m so fucking tired”
4yr old: “well I’m fucking tired too mummy”
— Ruth Brooker (@erbrooker) February 15, 2022
2. Ignore the child.
Sorry about that…
Years ago inadvertently I exceeded the speed limit; as a police motorcyclist waved me down I muttered “Shit” When I wound the window down to speak to the occifer he was confronted by my then 2 yr old shouting Shit shit from his baby seat
— Eric Rose 🔶 (@DoctorAngry) February 16, 2022
3. Don’t say that!
At least no in public…
Thank you for this.
My 3yo got fed up with sharing on our first stay and play at nursery. “I hate this fucking game” in front of about 7 parents and staff 🙃
The fact they’ve mastered the context makes me feel better about it. Slightly.
— Liv #BLM 💉💉💉 (@itsoliveok) February 16, 2022
4. Okay, daddy!
You asked for it.
After my two youngest repeatedly snuck their breakfast out the kitchen, spilling milk all over the sitting room
I asked “why can’t you eat your breakfast in the f’ing kitchen?”
Elder one stared in horror
The 2yo stood up & said “OK, I eat in the fucking kitchen, daddy” 🥰
— Forzalex (@Forzalex10) February 16, 2022
5. Pretty frustrated.
Hey, it happens.
From a mother of four boys (now 18, 16, 14 and 13)… I once caught the eldest (he was 3) shaking the stair gate, muttering “I can’t getting this effing thing open” 🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️
— Ailsa Jane 🐝😷🇺🇦🌻 (@AilsaJanePodMed) February 16, 2022
6. I learned it from watching you!
No doubt about it.
On a car journey, my brother (then aged 3) couldn’t get his shoes back on just before arriving home, so he said “Oh, bloody ‘ell” in a Yorkshire accent, so he’d definitely heard that from my mum.
— Ailsa♥️📚🇬🇧🇧🇪🇪🇺 (@AilsaWotton) February 16, 2022
7. You were mortified.
My oldest (now 31) spent a lot of time with his Irish Nan. Once when he was about 4 we were walking & in front a lady was walking her dog. It stopped to have a 💩 & this loud voice next to me said “why do these bloody people let their dogs shit all over the place.” Mortified.
— DENI ROGERS 🇬🇧 🇺🇦 🇪🇺 (@Denirogers) February 16, 2022
8. Yes, of course.
That’s a relief.
Luckily my daughter’s hearing as a toddler was not so keen.
As I muttered at another inconsiderate driver she announced loudly from her car seat in the back ‘That man’s a Bookhead, isn’t he Daddy?’.
‘Yes, of course dear, a Bookhead’ 😅
— Robert Schopen (@Schopen) February 16, 2022
9. Getting judged.
It is what it is.
My three year old once came out of his nursery room, putting his coat on, going “Sorry, I just needed a piss”. Me and his dad just fell about while staff looked, judgily, at us.
— Dr Rebecca Leach (@hcaelacceber) February 16, 2022
10. I love it!
My granddaughter, when still in nappies but at the point of trying to remove them herself, got stuck with one half on, half off, only to exasperatedly say:
“Oh this is just bollocks!”
— Paul Smith (@SmithRamparts) February 16, 2022
Have your kids ever blurted out some curse words?
Share some funny stories with us in the comments.
We’d love to hear from you!