You know it, I know it, we all know it: kids can be major jerks! But we’re the ones that usually teach our kids everything they know, right? I mean, they get their honesty, observations and what most people in society would call rudeness from somewhere, right? I’ll be the first to admit that yes, my kids have learned all of their naughty words from me! That’s because everything comes out of my mouth when I’m driving in traffic and some as*#$%^ tries to cut me off!
For the most part, children don’t seem to have any kind of filter when it comes to speaking their mind. When kids express their thoughts and feelings in ways that hurt others it is often said this is not rudeness, it is honesty. At least, that’s the way I like to see it. But some kids go way too far with their honesty by saying things to rude, it’ll make you pick your jaw off the floor! I can only hope that my two kids will never say any of these rude comments out loud or in public. And if they do, I’ll be forced to run for cover!
12 parents confess the rudest thing their child has ever said making my kid look so innocent!
1. The Snitch
One mom confesses, “My daughter corrected her sub. Sub sends her to the vice principal. Vp asks what happens daughter says idk ask the snitch.”
OMG! This is when you stop and realize that you need to filter what you see in front of the kids. Although if I heard a kid call a substitute teacher a snitch, I’m pretty sure I would be rolling on the floor laughing.
I tried my hardest to keep a straight face. I was like "…. you called me for this"
— Doña Cabrona (@Oyveyjanay) July 30, 2017
Another parent says, “Lil boo: put on a little more mama, yo regular face is still showing.”
Actually, my kids have said something similar to me before. They think I’m two different people, with and without makeup. Well, if we want to call a spade a spade here…
Me:*puts on makeup*
Lil boo: put on a little more mama, yo regular face is still showing.
— nAmE CaNnOt bE bLaNk (@disorderedstar) July 30, 2017
3. Potty Mouth
“Mine called me an asshole when she was 3,” one person shares. “Learned it from me when I was driving in Carnival/Mardi Gras season traffic.”
Yes, I have this problem, too. But I just can’t help it. There are just so many dan horrible drivers out there! The kids just need to keep their headphones on while I’m on the road, LOL!
Mine called me an asshole when she was 3. Learned it from me when I was driving in Carnival/Mardi Gras season traffic #ewps
— Rude Katy (@rudekaty) July 31, 2017