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    21 Parents Who Tried To Answer Their Kids' Questions And Regretted It

    Why would you ask that?

    If you have kids, you know they ask a LOT of questions, and — if we're being honest — at least 57% of them leave us looking like this:

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    But the good news is that these head scratchers can be pretty darn funny! Here are some of the funniest questions some very patient parents have had to answer lately:

    1.

    My son asked me if the letter “W” starts with “D” and I can’t stop thinking about it.

    Twitter: @MekkaDonMusic

    2.

    While driving to the store, my daughter asked if we were inside the car's stomach. What a terrifying way to see the world.

    Twitter: @LizerReal

    3.

    My son just asked me how I know his name... I'm not in the mood today

    Twitter: @Neyogems

    4.

    Thinking about that one time my daughter asked me to make 50 copies of a lost cat sign she created so that someone would deliver her dream cat to our front door.

    Twitter: @starringmichell

    5.

    My son asked me for a dirt bike and I told him he has to work for it aka light chores and do homework. I get to my moms after work to pick him up and he has a whole new dirt bike talking bout “I asked my grandpa it was easier” BOY

    Twitter: @vivaaladulcee

    6.

    my daughter asked “how do babies get inside of your stomach?” and before i could even try to give her an answer she asked a follow up question- “is it magic? or is it science?” i said “science.” and she said “i knew it.”

    Twitter: @myley__

    7.

    My son asked to walk the dog tonight for the first time in 2 years... I went out for a run with my other son and bumped into him with a girl... Sneaky sneaky.. Just put his head down when we spotted him lol... Mr lova lova

    Twitter: @Barryreid9765

    8.

    My daughter asked me what cartoons I used to watch. I told her courage the cowardly dog. She watched an episode and told me I had a rough childhood

    Twitter: @Rwambo

    9.

    @OwenJones84 we were listening to 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door' and my daughter asked: 'who's Kevin?'

    Twitter: @alisonphipps

    10.

    my kid asked why "I'm up for it" and "I'm down for it" have the same meaning and my attempt at an answer frustrated both of us

    Twitter: @MelvinofYork

    11.

    Y’all my daughter asked why we grow hair on our private parts and I was like “idk baby that’s a good question” & she sits on my bed dead serious & goes “maybe it was just God adding little details” 🤣😭😭😭😭😭😭😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Twitter: @D0llywood

    12.

    My son asked me if it was Thanksgiving because I made a stand alone vegetable 🤦🏼‍♀️🤣

    Twitter: @sak_shoes

    13.

    Twitter: @thedadvocate01

    14.

    My son asked me tonight, “mom what do you want to be when you grow up?” I said I’m already doing it, I’m a mom. & he says, “well can you try better and be a mom that cooks.” 😐

    Twitter: @oliviacola

    15.

    Today I had AC/DC’s Thunderstruck on in the car. My daughter asked if it was Elmo singing. (I sorta get what she’s saying!) Could. Not. Stop. Laughing.

    Twitter: @kaitlynvincie

    16.

    My son asked my 7yo how she would survive a bear attack and she replied she would try to be his friend, thus making her the most adorable of my children but also the least likely to survive an encounter with an actual bear.

    Twitter: @mommajessiec

    17.

    my daughter asked me to hold her while she falls asleep and i warned her that i just ate a bunch of garlic and she said “it’s ok, i can’t even smell it mommy!” and i laughed out loud about that and she said “never mind, i actually can”

    Twitter: @CeciATL

    18.

    Got super excited when my son asked if he could use my workout equipment, but...

    Twitter: @DevonESawa

    19.

    My daughter asked me recently while I was getting ready why I wear makeup. I heavy sighed & said “To help me look less tired.” Without missing a beat she goes “Are you done?” “Ummm, yep. What do you think?” ...”maybe you need more. You still look really, really, REALLY tired.”

    Twitter: @nursekelsey

    20.

    Instead of asking me to shut his bedroom door so the hallway nightlight didn't keep him up last night, my son asked me to shut his door "to let the darkness in." Thanks for creeping me the fuck out, son.

    Twitter: @HenpeckedHal

    21.

    My kid asked what day it is so I told him Wednesday and he said I don’t agree with that... I didn’t know we could do that

    Twitter: @momjeansplease

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