15 Hilarious Kids Who I'd Like To Meet

Jordan Claes
three kids laughing
Unsplash | Nathan Dumlao

Whether you're someone who dreams of having a litter of your own someday or someone who's content to play the role of the fun uncle/aunt, we can all agree that kids are hilarious.

The best part is that they're usually at their funniest during those moments when they're attempting to be anything but. Have a look below and check out these 15 hilarious kids who I hope to one day meet.

I guess you should be happy that your child is such an adventurous eater?

crabs in lunch box
Facebook | Heaven MiChieree-Amour Frazier

Apparently, this parent lets their daughter choose her own healthy snack to take to school in her lunchbox. One day, the mother noticed that the bag seemed heavier than usual. When she opened it up, she found these two terrifying crustaceans looking back at her.

"My kids drew my husband and me pooping…" - Reddit u/picklesandwine4me

chalk drawing of parent spooping
reddit | picklesandwine4me

I think my favorite part, aside from the obvious of course, is the fact that the child also saw fit to include celebratory speech bubbles for both of their parents. Now, this is what I call art.

This little girl stole her mother's wig for her school photo.

Little girl steals mom's wig for school photo
Facebook | Tempest Mig'non

I can't say for sure, but I hope beyond all measure that the mother didn't realize what her daughter had done until the day where she brought the photos home from school. If it were me, I'd take it as a compliment.

This child was attempting to make their Barbie a "cookie" purse.

child misspelled "cookie" as "coke."
reddit | RandomHero3129

So close, so far, yet somehow so accurate all at the same time. A small part of me really hopes that the child's teacher saw this, I can only imagine what that awkward conversation must've been like.

How to cook a turkey...

Kid describes how to cook a turkey
instagram | @fitcoachcorrie

Always remember to "cock" your turkeys properly. Otherwise, it just won't turn out the way it should. When it's ready, be sure to pile on an extra helping of "nuffing" to really bolster that delicious flavor.

"My son was 6 when he was helping us move.. each year this memory pops up and it’s a family favourite." - Reddit u/pianoman1969

child trying to spell "containers"
reddit | pianoman1969

In fairness to the child, if we're talking about proper phonetic spelling — he's dead on. I also think it's remarkable that this kid was able to somehow input two swear words into one misspelled word without a glint of irony.

Action Man isn't a doll — he's an action figure!

Action Man holding toy baby
reddit | ChrisDnmnm

This child inherited her father's toy collection, but refuses to play with anything other than "dolls." The father didn't have the heart to tell her that Action Man was an action figure, and instead allowed him to become domesticated.

A little Valentine's Day motivation.

Valentine that says "Give up."
reddit | Ok-History7101

I'm sure that this loving encouraging sentiment was precisely what this worn-out parent needed on Valentine's Day. What kind of company would make a sticker like that, anyway? It just seems cruel.

Honesty is the best policy.

child's workbook page
reddit | Aarmora

This nose-picking bandit is incredibly honest, which is nice to see in kids nowadays. Sure, they didn't have to be so graphic, but at the same time — you shouldn't ask questions if you're not prepared to hear an honest answer.

What does this look like to you?

Child holding a bishop chess piece
reddit | timcotten

According to this Reddit post, the child described the bishop chess piece as "Elmo after having his eyes removed." I never would've put it that way, but now that I see it I can't think of anything better.

The Force is strong with this one.

Cardboard Yoda with lightsaber in inappropriate place
reddit | Rumblepuff

It's not just that the lightsaber placement leaves nothing to the imagination, it's that Baby Yoda looks positively elated to be playing with it! I know that this is immature, bordering on toilet humor, but I don't care.

It's a sprig of cherries — sicko.

Latte with milk that resembles a phallic object
reddit | SpinDreams

You thought it was a what?! That's disgusting, get your mind out of the gutter. It's clearly a sprig of cherries, as anyone with eyes to see would plainly tell you. Also, props to this kid for the impressive latte art.

Would you like some extra mustard on your mustard sandwich?

mustard sandwich
Imgur | unknown

I have this weird thing when it comes to mustard. In small doses, it's one of my most-favorite condiments. But anything beyond a dab on a plate and I start to gag. On that note, you'll have to excuse me for a moment while I regain my composure.

"My wife asked my kid to write in what he wanted for dinner. (He wanted pho)." - Reddit u/Tinjenko

chiled spelled "pho" as FU
reddit | Tinjenko

In fairness, "pho" is pronounced like "fuh", so it's easy to understand how this little kid would've made the mistake. That said, I also would've given my left leg to see the sad look of disdain spread across this parent's face if they themselves weren't able to figure out the error.

This little girl drew a pillow in sidewalk chalk, and then decided it was time for a nap!

girl lying down on sidewalk
reddit | mpbishop

This little girl has life figured out. When I was a kid, I used to always dream that the things I drew would come to life, the way they do in old Disney movies. Sleep sound, little one — we're all jealous.

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