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What is the funniest question you've ever heard from your child?.... Any questions and also post your reply of that question....

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asked 27 Apr '10, 10:44

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I sang "He's Got the Whole World in his Hands" to my three year old and she asked, "Where is he standing?"

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answered 28 Apr '10, 11:24

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Not from my child, actually from me as a child...

Smurf Big Wheel

My dad was putting together a Smurf Big Wheel that I got for my birthday.

I was probably 5 or 6. I picked up a screw, looked at it, and asked him, "Dad, is this a f*ck?"

He calmly looked at me, took the screw from my hand, and said, "No, Scott. It's a screw. It's a Phillips head screw. You can see that because it has a cross on top."

Then he put the screw down, walked out of the room, and fell out laughing.

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answered 28 Apr '10, 15:11

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edited 06 May '10, 15:04

Hey, sorry. The image I inserted was actually box art of the big wheel you talked about. Somehow it changed. Oddly, the image you just put in now isn't showing up.

(06 May '10, 16:24) Scott ♦♦

Hm, it shows up for me. Strange things are afoot on the interwebs.

(06 May '10, 17:49) Scottie T

My next door neighbour's children once ganged up on my father in the garden, where he would go to smoke, and asked him "Are you going to die?" - that's what they'd been told about cigarettes.

And while he was recovering from that one, they asked him if he was fat because he was pregnant, and do men have boys and ladies have girls.

He saw the funny side, more or less, and since then has stopped smoking and slimmed down. Maybe that had something to do with it...

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answered 30 Apr '10, 13:21

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+1 LOL, oh, oh, oh, your poor Dad! Which upset him more? The assumption of lung cancer or of being pregnant, I wonder?

(30 Apr '10, 15:41) Neen

If it bothered him, he never showed it. I mean, he admitted it all to us later, so it can't have been too traumatic!

(30 Apr '10, 16:24) pete the pagan-gerbil

Not necessarily the funniest ever, but just something slightly amusing from today:

My two year old asked his father, and then me "What are you?" at lunch today. His father answered "A man", I answered "A brunette". Apparently I was wrong, and the correct answer was "A lady".

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answered 27 Apr '10, 18:50

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I heard this one yesterday from a colleague:

Three year old hits little brother with his plastic light saber, so mother confiscates it: "Because you hit your brother with that light saber, I'm taking it away from you".

Rejoinder: "So if I hit him with my hand, will you cut my hand off?"

Apparently not said in a provocative way, but with genuine inquisitiveness...

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answered 29 Apr '10, 08:01

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Isn't that what a light saber is for? :) Poor little guy...

(29 Apr '10, 09:50) Scott ♦♦
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@Scott, for hitting little brothers or cutting hands off?

(01 May '10, 09:34) pipthegeek

I was trying to get my little guy to settle down at night one night last week and he turned to me looking very serious and said "Mommy, why do ladies not want little people to look at their boobies?"

I could not answer, as I laughed for about 10 minutes. I'd just like to know who he has been asking to show him their "boobies".

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answered 29 Apr '10, 22:45

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Could be worse, my middle son when he was about 6 swapped knickers with the girl of the same age next door. He though wouldn't wear the girls knickers so carried them in his pocket. We didn't notice until the mum next door bought his pants back and explained what they had done.

(01 May '10, 09:37) pipthegeek

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answered 27 Dec '12, 15:53

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When my daughter was about 2 years old she was looking at the letter magnets on the refrigerator. She pulled off the F magnet and took it to my husband saying, "Daddy tell me some F words."

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