This Instagram Account Documents The Weird And Funny Things That Children Say

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Children say the strangest and funniest things. They see things from a different perspective to us adults whose thoughts have been shaped and molded by the world around us. NYC school teacher Alyssa Cowit was so fascinated by the questions and comments from her kindergarteners that she decided to start an Instagram account, called Live From Snack Time, to chronicle them. Scroll down for some of the best examples!

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

Funny stuff kids say.

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  1. Gruntled Gentleman November 17, 2019

    Little known fact: all of these quotes were overheard at the last meeting of the DNC. Ages were changed to protect the ignorant.

    • Distributed Numerical Control… You are not funny nor witty.

    • All of these kids will beat Trump in a game of tic-tac-toe.

    • “I don’t know why I’m mad. Let me ask my mom.”

      That could be the democrat motto.

    • It is Trump’s life story.

    • No Longer Demo November 20, 2019

      ‘ “I don’t know why I’m mad. Let me ask my mom.”

      That could be the democrat motto.’

      While this is the most funny thing I have seen this week, it’s also sad for how true it is.

    • @No Longer Demo: I’m still a Demo, but I always quote Will Rogers, “I don’t belong to any organized political party … I’m a Democrat.” I swear if a bunch of us got together to wash a car, we’d have to have committee meetings to discuss how the distribution of our diversity would affect the social and sexual implications of classifying people preparatory to doing a real diversity assignment, just to figure out who washes the windows and who polishes the chrome.

  2. Friedrich Anton Bergstein November 18, 2019

    “Eat dessert first. You never know when the world’s gonna end.”
    Not a bad advise.

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