Kids don’t always use the correct words to describe the world around them, but they often come up with hilarious ― and arguably superior ― terms.
Many parents tweet their kids’ funny descriptors and malapropisms, including “chocolate jello” (pudding), “sneeze gravy” (snot), “finger skaters” and “statue of puberty.”
We’ve rounded up 35 funny tweets about the creative names kids give things. Enjoy!
My daughter just called a cemetery a person garden. I'm not even sure what she thinks is happening there.— Broken Puppet (@java_assassin) June 18, 2020
My daughter calls corn on the cob holders “corn chargers” and I think we should just let 2 year olds name everything from now on.— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) May 27, 2018
My kid just called the statue of liberty the statue of puberty, and this is the content I signed up for when becoming a parent.— WTFDAD (@daddydoubts) June 20, 2020
My son calls Toys R Us "Toys Or Else"— Defund The Police (@ElitatheLibra) November 4, 2012
My four-year-old daughter calls hippos "hippies." We think this is great, especially when she talks about crocodiles eating them.— Ken Jennings (@KenJennings) March 18, 2011
My son calls pudding "chocolate jello" and I'm not sure if he's an idiot or a genius.— The Dad (@thedad) January 8, 2016
My son calls dessert his "bonus round" and I think we should all follow his lead.— Valerie (@ValeeGrrl) November 30, 2017
What's cuter? The ice dancers or the fact that my son calls them 'finger skaters?'— RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) February 9, 2014
We had enchiladas for dinner— ThreeTimeDaddy (@threetimedaddy) April 30, 2020
Or as my 6 year old calls them, chickenladders 🤷🏻♂️
My 3-year-old calls my gray hairs "wizard hair."— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) June 27, 2017
I'm not getting older.
Just more powerful.
This morning my three-year-old called a doughnut a cake bagel so that’s what they’re called from now on.— Swishergirl...