In a new trend, parents are sharing some of the witty responses given by their 7-year olds. Check out the gallery and let these kids amaze you with their smart comebacks!
Thinking of kids one would assume cute little humans with all the innocence in the world. We think their thought process is very simple and the most important concern of their everyday life would be their favorite cartoon or favorite snack. But no, we are wrong here. Kids sometimes outsmart their parents by giving responses that one won't imagine coming from the mouth of a 7-year old. Here are some of the clever responses shared by some parents, go through these and be prepared to get surprised.
7-year-old: I'm too tired for this.— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) December 6, 2019
Me: For what?
7: *motions vaguely at the world*
7yo: you know what I love?— RanaAwdishMD (@RanaAwdish) October 12, 2018
7yo: that every pencil has an eraser attached. It’s like the world expects everyone to make mistakes. That’s pretty cool.#TheKidsAreAlright
Me: u won’t know how to ride a bike right away. Takes practice— Sabaa Tahir (@sabaatahir) March 18, 2019
Me: took me many tries.
7yo: can I try now?
Me: be patient
7yo: Mama, can I try PLEASE
Me: be prepared to eat it
7yo: 🙄🙄 *gets on bike* *rides away*
7yo: *yells* u were not as smart as me maybe
Being a parent teaches you a lot about yourself. For instance, this morning my 7yo told me that I’m not as funny as I think I am.— Lurkin' Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) May 7, 2018
7yo son: May I have some water?— Laura Marie (@lmegordon) January 6, 2020
Me: What are the magic words?
7yo son: I can get it myself.
Me: There you go.
Hahaha! My 7YO just shut down a disagreement she was having with her sister by saying, "Stop being wrong."— Jennifer Michelle Greenberg 🦌 (@JennMGreenberg) January 23, 2020
I need to use this!
True story— Chaikel (@ChaikelK) January 21, 2020
My 7 year old daughter asked my wife "What's Twitter"
Wife: "Ask Daddy, he can explain it"
7yo: "Daddy what's Twitter"
Me: "It's TikTok for texts"
7yo: "Got it"
My Father In Law overhearing: "What's TikTok?"
Me: "It's Twitter for videos"
FIL: "Got it"
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.— Jessie (@mommajessiec) September 24, 2019
"Why do they beep out swears on tv? They show people getting hurt & swearing isn't worse than that." - 7yo daughter— kelly oxford (@kellyoxford) January 18, 2016
7yo: How do you like my snowman?— Jessie (@mommajessiec) January 27, 2020
Me: Why’s the carrot at—
7yo: He’s standing on his head.
7-year-old: What can I have for a snack?— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) January 7, 2020
Me: Any fruit.
7: Strawberry ice cream.
Me: Try again.
7: A banana split.
My 7yo just said , and I quote “I know diamonds are expensive , like $27 but they are my birthstone, so I should have some.”— Heather 🦈 doo do doo do doo do doo do (@dishs_up) February 1, 2020
7-year-old: I'm tired.— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) January 10, 2020
Me: Maybe you should go to bed earlier.
7: Maybe today should be canceled.
My 7yo son had the most mature breakup!— 🥧 SUZANNE 🥧 (@425suzanne) February 2, 2020
7YO: BTW mom, I broke up with my girlfriend.
ME: everything ok?
7YO: yah. We just realized we like different things. Like, she likes to walk around and chat and I like to run around and play a lot. So we decided we should just be friends.
My 7yo's toothbrush has a suction cup on the bottom, so she stuck it on the tile wall and tried brushing hands-free. *Wipes tear of pride*— SpacedMom (@copymama) September 10, 2017