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20 Funny Quotes From Kids

It's Friday. Another week has come and is now fading away.

Time to finish up getting ready for a busy weekend of ministry.

With that in mind, take a deep breathe and relax. God's got this. You've got this through His power.

Pause for a minute and crack a smile. It's a fun, joyous thing to be able to serve Jesus. And He believes in lots of smiles. His Word says one of the best medicines is a cheerful heart.

That being said, here are 20 funny quotes from kids that will put a smile on your face as you head into the weekend.

"I just wanted you to test the ladder because you are heavier and older and you've already had a good life." -Mitchell, age 7

"Is your hair turning white because it is frozen?" -Carrie, age 4

"Mom, can you wash my blanket? It smells like a fly landed on it." -Doug, age 6.

Lila - "Mom do you want to hear how my dead frog sounds?" Mom - "Yes, let's hear it." Silence. "That's it. It's dead. It doesn't make any sounds." -Lila, age 8

"Mom, after the virus is over, can we please delete Zoom from my computer?" -Gia, age 7

"There's going to be a swearing-in ceremony for the new board members." (mom) "Swearing? Mom you should not participate in that!" -Hailey, age 8

"I don't like this swim suit." (mom) "I think it makes you look like a killer whale." -Ashley, age 7

"You know what's for dinner? I can't think of what it is called. It's like spaghetti's weird cousin." You mean lasagna?" (Dad) "Yes. that's it!" -Lila, age 9

"You can't eat a bag of Funyuns for breakfast. You've already had Cocoa Puffs, cereal and eggs." (dad) "But I only had a 2 course meal!" -Kenna Grace, age 5

"What's that little dot on your face mom?" "That's a mole, honey." (mom) "Aww cute! And it even has it's own little hair." -Michael, age 5

Holden was upset because he didn't get what he wanted at Target. "We don't always get what we want." (mom) "I didn't want everything, I just wanted that!" -Holden, age 4

"Let's play superheroes! We can each pick a power." (Landon, age 6)

"Okay. My superpower is being able to turn invisible." (AJ - age 4) "Okay! My superpower is seeing invisible things." (Landon)

"Last night my 4-year-old said a prayer for all the people in the world including "Africa, Asia and Syrup." From now on, I will be referring to Europe only as Syrup." -Dad

"One of my twins calls the trampoline a jumpoline and the other one thinks ham sandwiches are called hamwiches, and this is why kids should be in charge of naming things." -Mom

“My grandson at 4 called my pantry ‘your food closet.’ And it has remained that.” -Mom

"My now 15-year-old used to call an ambulance a ‘hospital bus’.... I mean, she wasn’t incorrect.” -Dad

"Excuse me, I know you like taking naps. But I don't." -Henry, age 3

"Mom. Remember when I was 2 and didn't have a phone. That was horrible." -Lille Claire, age 11

"Dad works to make money so he can buy me toys." -Elissa, age 3

"Mom, I'm not made for making my bed." -Matthew, age 7


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