14 Kids Who Take Everything Too Literally

Children’s logic is truly unique. Kids often pull off such seemingly obvious tricks that all adults can do is wonder. Well, and giggle on the quiet.

LikeAble collected brilliant and undeniable evidence of children’s unique resourcefulness and sagacity. Congratulations, guys! You’ll definitely need it when growing up!

Future lawyer? We told him he couldn’t go outside.

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I told my 2-year-old to put her shoes by the front door. She takes me very literally sometimes…

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My dad told my son to get ready for a bedtime story adventure, so he grabbed his warm hat and a flashlight.

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When your sister uses deodorant for the first time and gets the ruler out because “it has to be 15cm away.”

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Not exactly what I had in mind when I told my son it was too nice out to play games inside.

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I was fixing the PC, and my son brought his toy: he says, “Sonic will help to increase its speed!”

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Ask a silly question…

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Lincoln was recently presented with a puppy. His parents invited him to search for some Youtube videos to try training his dog. This is what he did:

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One of them finally cracked the code!

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My wife asked my son to put a jar of water in our dog’s bowl. Saw this a few hours later. Mission accomplished.

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My kid said I gave her too many grapes. I said, “Just eat half of them.”

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Toddler was asked to feed the cat.

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2nd Grade homework. My friend’s (awesome) 6-year-old son is autistic and takes instructions literally.

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The teacher told me to bring a little fish to observe.

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