Parents Share Funny Names Their Kids Gave To Everyday Things


"The Huffington Post" has shared another list of funny kid descriptors and it’s bound to make you giggle.

They include:

  • “My 13-year-old thought it was ‘nuke warm,’ not lukewarm.”
  • “My daughter calls Wendy’s ‘the lady restaurant.’”
  • “My daughter called a head of lettuce a ‘salad ball,’ and that’s forever what we call it.”
  • “My daughter used to call a plain hamburger ‘airplane hamburger.’ It took me a while to figure it out since she had never been on a plane.”
  • “When my son was younger, we didn’t buy soda (Coke, Pepsi), so when we went to restaurants he would ask for ‘black juice.’”
  • “Pants = ‘leg prisons’ to our oldest.”
  • “My almost 3-year-old calls the bathroom fan the ‘poop wind.’And it will forever be called that in our house.”
  • “My 3-year-old son calls mustard ‘hot dog syrup.’” ―
  • “My son calls the ottoman an ‘abdomen.’ It’s really funny when he goes to other people’s homes and says, ‘Can I put my feet on your abdomen?’
  • “Our oldest called knives ‘cut its’ because we would say ‘Do you want me to cut it?’ So he would say fork, spoon, cut it.”
  • “My daughter calls hard taco shells ‘crunchy buns,’ and I don’t think we will ever call them something else.”
  • “When my now 9-year-old son was little, he always called bras ‘boobie pants.’ Walking through the underwear section of shops with him was always a fun experience with him yelling it at the top of his voice, as it made him laugh.” 

Source:Huffington Post