16 Children’s Sayings That Made Their Parents Turn Red With Embarrassment

Sure, kids are cute and fun. But sometimes they can be quite embarrassing. Their spontaneity and lack of discretion are perfectly capable of making their parents turn red with shame and feel an insistent urge to flee somewhere far away.

In this article, LikeAble presents you with a collection of hilarious sayings from kids who’ve forced their parents to endure some very awkward moments indeed!

One of my friends had long-running problems teaching her baby daughter to drink plain water. Every time her little one would agree to drink a glass of water, she’d feel ecstatic and applaud her loudly. One day, when such a scene happened during a trip to a restaurant, her daughter suddenly declared in a voice loud enough for everyone to hear that “Drinking makes my mom happy!”

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When my son was little, he used to feel very embarrassed by the fact that he sometimes didn’t manage to get to the toilet in time. To make him feel better, I told him that this happens to everyone, even me. The next morning, as my son and I arrived at the kindergarten, the very first thing he said to his teachers was, “I soiled my pants, but Mom says that’s all right — it happens to her all the time!”

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During my second pregnancy, I explained to my little daughter that there was a baby in my stomach and that her dad helped to put it there. At that time, my daughter was trying to imitate me in all things, so she began telling everyone that there’s a child in her stomach and that her daddy did his best to put it there. You can’t even imagine the looks people gave me on hearing that!

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Back in those days, I was going through a very exhausting divorce and occasionally allowed myself to get maudlin over a glass of wine. Once, during our visit to a supermarket, my daughter saw me put a bottle of wine in the cart and loudly exclaimed, “Oh, Mom is going to get sad again!”

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One day, my husband, our younger son, and I went to see our older daughter play soccer. As we were driving to the stadium, our boy suddenly asked us to explain how he was born. In reply, his father told him about the sperm and the eggs. Some time later, when we, along with the other parents, were taking our seats in the stands, our son suddenly inquired in a rather loud voice, “Dad, is your sperm still in me?”

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When I quit smoking, my five-year-old daughter told her kindergarten teacher that she was very proud of me because I managed to say no to drugs.

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My husband took our four-year-old son to his uncle’s funeral. As the coffin was carried out of the church, everyone heard our little one ask, “Daddy, what’s in that box?”

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When I was carrying my second child, my elder daughter became curious about why I had such a big belly. I explained to her that it was because a baby was sitting inside it. Some time later, my daughter saw a very bulky woman pass by our table at a restaurant. Staring after her, she said, “Look, Mom! There’s a baby sitting inside that woman’s ass!”

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One day at a supermarket, my daughter and I ended up walking past some long shelves stacked with wine bottles. My little one turned to me and loudly said, “Mommy, look at all those bottles of your favorite juice!”

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When I was six years old, my father took me to a company picnic. As soon as we got there, he made sure to introduce me to his boss. But, instead of a greeting, I promptly informed the guy that my father calls him a right bastard. Throughout the rest of the picnic, all of my dad’s colleagues kept treating me to ice cream.

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To begin with, I must explain that I grew up in a very religious family. Once, when I was about four, my mom and I went to the bank. At some point, Mom sat me on the counter in front of a teller window. Having given the girl teller a careful look, I said, “Mom, how come you told me that God doesn’t create ugly people?!”

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This story happened to me in early childhood, but, even after all these years, I’m still ashamed of it. My mother would often say, looking at herself in the mirror, “I’m the fattest woman in the world!“ So one day at a supermarket, I noticed a very large lady and I pointed at her and exclaimed, ”Mommy, look! Turns out you’re not the fattest woman in the world! There she is, over there!”

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