50 Times Kids Had Brainfart Moments That Were Too Funny Not To Share

Being a kid is all about curiosity, imagination, and sometimes, saying the most unexpected and amusing things. These moments, which we affectionately call “brainfarts,” capture the innocence and humor of childhood.

Recently, an online thread titled ‘To laugh, what is the the most stupid, weirdest or funniest thing that a kid has said to you?’ has gained popularity. It features stories where kids have said or done things that are so random and delightful that they deserve to be shared.

What makes these moments even better is the genuine sincerity with which they express themselves.

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Experts say that brainfart moments happen because children’s brains are still developing. Their lack of filters means they say whatever comes to mind, leading to these memorable exchanges.

Fancy a laugh? Just keep scrolling and enjoy the unfiltered wisdom these kids shared with adults!



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Not me but my mom who used to teach younger children once had a kid tell her that the kids mom actually had a p*nis too, just like dads do. My mom reacted with scepticism and then the kid blurted out ”No she really does, I’ve seen it myself in her bedroom drawer”.



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My son, at 9yo told me I couldn’t give him almonds in his lunchbox because it was No Nut November.



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It wasn’t to me, but to my brother in law. He was driving in his truck with his toddler daughter safely belted into her car seat. To keep her amused during the drive he was asking her what noises different animals make.

“What does a cow say?”


“What does a pig say?”

“Oink, oink!”

Then he decided to mess with her and asks “What does a turtle say?”

She was silent for a moment as she thought about it, then busted out in a big smile and said “Kowabunga dude!”.



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My stepdaughter was about 5/6 when I got pregnant with her half brother, I was getting dressed one morning and she looked at the stretchmarks on my 7/8 month along belly and asked ‘why did the baby write all over your tummy’? Still one of my most precious memories of when she was little!



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Was studying for a math exam in college and some family friends brought their little kid for dinner. Little guy found his way in my room, said he’s good at math and asked if he could help. “Eh I don’t know, how do you draw the energy plot of a square signal?”, and this kid, confidently amd without missing a beat, “With a pencil”.



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My kid farted and said “there’s a duck in my butt” she was 3 at the time … I lost it.



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When I was deployed to Afghanistan we got a package from a bunch of elementary school kids. They sent cards, candy, and snacks. On one of the cards was a drawing of a graphic firefight with a bunch of dead soldiers. The only thing the card said was I hope you don’t die. It made everyone laugh and we hung it up in our room lol.



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Reminds me of when my mom was looking at baby photos of me, and there was a picture of her and tiny me on her lap. i asked where my younger brother was, since he wasn’t in the photo, and she responded with “he’s in mommy’s tummy.” this was the first time my conscious mind had been introduced to the concept of pregnancy, as my response was a wide-eyed glare followed by “YOU ATE HIM???”



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I worked at a day care for a bit and they said funny s**t all the time.. one of my favorites was when we were going over fire safety and the main teacher asked the class.. what do you do if you’re on fire? A 3y/o girl shoots her hand up in the air and yells “STOP DROP AND ROCK N ROLL!!!”.


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I told a little girl one time that her shoes were on the wrong feet. She busted out crying and said, “But these are the only feet I’ve got!”.



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I used to teach English in China.

One day, I was collecting homework from my 11-year-olds, and out of nowhere, the quietest, most reserved girl in the class pulls her homework out from behind her back, shoves it in my face, and exclaims, “SURPRISE, M**********R!”

The inflection was EXACTLY the same as the meme from Dexter.

I had to hold back my laughter so hard because it was in the middle of class, but the second the students left the classroom, I couldn’t contain myself. I was nearly in tears.



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My then-4 yr old was wearing a Darth Vader t shirt that said “VADER” across the image of the dude, where the little triangle of the “A” was lined up to the triangle on Vaders mask. Pretty cool right?

Conservative uncle was complimenting his shirt. My little guy replied “Thanks! And hey look. The A-hole is his mouth!!” 💀 I think uncles soul left his body. Kid had no idea why everyone was laughing so hard.



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I walked into the living room and my 5-year-old son was sitting on the couch in a shirt and underwear only. I asked him why he was sitting there like that and he says:

“I changed my mind about pants.”.



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I was working as a cashier and a couple came to my till with their young son (maybe like 5 years old or so). I go to give them their receipt and tell them to have a good day. The kid responded to this with “Thanks Baby, I love you!”.



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One of the funniest things one of my children said to me is that scorpions are desert lobsters and I don’t think she is wrong 😂.



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Me at the playground with my son. Little kid comes up to play with us.

Me: What’s your name?

Kid: A*****e

Me: Whaaaaat is your name?

Kid: A*****e

Me: Your name is… A*****e?

Kid’s mom overhearing us: His name is “Axel”. We didn’t really think about it.

#17. I returned to skateboarding after 30 years away. I was at a local skate park and ate s**t. While I was on my back checking my internal systems to determine if anything was broken or bleeding, a young kid rolls up and says, “Damn, are you ok grandpa?!” 🤨😆.



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I once overheard a kid trying to convince his friend that he had superpowers. When his friend asked what they were, he confidently replied, “I can make all the traffic lights turn green… eventually.” It was a charming mix of innocence and creativity!



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Helping my grandmother go grocery shopping with my much younger cousins. Took one up to the bathroom while she grabbed a few more things. As we were walking back to her, he, very loudly, says “look! It’s grandmas special juice!”. While pointing at the wine aisle.



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I heard a little girl once say that she was mad at her dad because he had bigger breasts then she does! I was dying lmao.



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My godson asked me to tell a “mad story”. I said I bought a different brand of yogurt and I couldn’t get the cover off, and that made me mad. He asked “Could you get help from an adult?”.



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I worked at a summer camp where, on a cold and blustery day, a boy at the swim pond loudly and repeatedly cried, “I’VE LOST MY TWO BEST FRIENDS!”

We evacuated the swim pond and started the process for an all-hands pond search. It was at this point that one of the lifeguards noticed the kid’s hands frantically cupping his swim shorts: this was his first time experiencing shrinkage.



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When I was a kid I was watching my dog doing dog things and I said to my mom, “I wish I was a dog.”

“Why is that, sweetie?”

“So I could see what my nuts taste like.”.



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Once when i was a kid, i asked my grandma if she remembers how dinosaurs looked like 💀.



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(Talking s**t is our love language, no feelings were hurt)

Not to me, but my daughters were bickering and my youngest says “at least I wasn’t an accident!” and her sister didn’t miss a beat and shot back “no, you were a mistake”. I laughed so damn hard.


#26. I was walking into a store and there was a little boy around 7 standing just inside the door and when he saw me he turned to me and said with heartfelt anguish “She said she was only going to be 5 minutes!”.

#27. I worked at a movie theatre that recently was getting s**t on because of new people in the company making poor decisions. I had been planning to leave for a while, and on one of the rougher days, I was helping a mom and her two kids. The youngest daughter, I’d say was maybe 7-9, was waiting for her mom to finish ordering food, and then asked me, “do you hate your job?”

I almost broke laughing right in front of them, and I had to reassure to the mom that it wasn’t exactly an out of place question. I hope that kid goes places.


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I used to give my kid a five dollar bill to tip the pizza guys. He loved it, it made him feel like a big kid. Once, when he was about four, I gave him a fiver and he leaned in real close and said “if you give me fifty bucks, I’ll k*ll Superman”.



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Not to me, but friend’s daughter to him, her dad: “Daddy? Does mommy know you’re my daddy?”


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My niece asked me if she can have a piece of skin from the cadavers I work with so she can give it to her boyfriend for Valentine’s Day this year.

They’re 8.


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A kid once told my mother’s coworker (a 60year old kindergarten teacher) “madame, even though you’re old and ugly I still love you”.


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A kid has told me once “sir do you know that my dad eats my mom every night” his mom smacked his back and left without looking at me 😂.




My older cousin was obsessed with Shrek. He got a toy microphone for Christmas one year, and was playing with it in the basement while the adults went upstairs for coffee, and all of a sudden they hear him singing Baby Got Back, which donkey sings at the end of Shrek. But my cousin, who couldn’t have been more than 4 at the time, didn’t know the words, so what he actually sang was “I like big butts and I cannot lie, and I like it with pumpkin pie.”.


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Our first grader daughter told us that she broke up with her crush.

She said,” I dont have a crush on him anymore, he is so annoying. I want somebody who is serious,smart and who actually listens and makes a good team.”

We asked her the details and told us, she was partnered with her crush during their class activity and they only got 1 point,because this particular boy was just so silly and not good in listening.


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My niece asked me why didn’t I let my hair grow on the central side of my scalp ^^

She doesn’t know about hair loss yet.



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I worked as a nurse in a pre school. I was sitting on a bench and a 5 year old boy comes up to me and says “well, what’s this pretty little angels name”.





I used to run a small tire shop in the middle of nowhere. We had this one pretty rough customer who would come in always looking for a handout (something on credit). Well she comes in one day with another sob story, and talking about how she knows my father (he owned the place, I just managed it), and how we should give her a tire today and let her pay for it later.

At this point, her son in the car, who can’t be any older than about 7 or 8, leans out the window and yells ‘You ain’t got credit nowhere, momma! That’s what the last guy said!’

Im doing my best to hold it together at this point, and I’m doing a much better job than my brother, who I can hear in the office behind me laughing his a*s off. I don’t know who this last guy was, but he was clearly wise beyond his years.

#38. “Why do I have to listen to you, pointy neck?”-from a student at a program for developmentally delayed children. My ego and Adam’s apple were never the same.


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When I went to wake my son up to get ready for school, the very first thing he said to me was daddy my butt has a crack in it.

#40. An adorable, four-year-old Trick Or Treater rang my doorbell. She looked like Cindy Lou Who from How The Grinch Stole Christmas. As I was giving her a candy bar, she looked me squarely in the eye and said, ‘My parents are getting back together again. I don’t know what happened to my Dad’s girlfriend. My mother hated her.’


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So one of my closest friends before we got really close and just got to know is each other we would face time and on day in face time she introduced me to her family and one day I visited my besties house and the first thing one of her little sisters says is “you look even uglier in person”.




Briefly worked as a volunteer at a pre-school (ages 3-5) and I was sitting helping a couple of the kids put a puzzle together and one of them randomly said, “Can I rap for you?” I was surprised but thought how bad could it be? He then proceeded to rap while his buddy attempted to beatbox.



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I had a kid that couldn’t be older than six ask to fight me while standing in line at the movies. I told him “no thanks,” and that seemed to be an acceptable response.


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My kid is 4 and we were talking about space. In space, there are asteroids, planets, and black holes. 

He misunderstood and confidently said “there are butts in space”.


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Yesterday a kid said to me “you look like you suck at basketball”.





I work in a school, so I hear amazingly ridiculous things every day, but the best one I’ve ever heard still goes to a girl called Vanessa in science when I was at high school. 

The teacher was explaining the theory of the Big Bang. Vanessa’s hand shoots up to ask a question, the teacher says “yes?”

And Vanessa says staring at the ceiling in what looked like deep thought “so… is that what killed the dinosaurs?”.



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A third grader said: “I hate friction!”(fractions).



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There was something stuck in the headphone port of my phone, so I tried to suck it out, which worked. Some kid then asked me why I was trying to vape from my phone.




Years ago I had a goatee and moustache combo. My cousins 7 year old daughter told me that my mouth looked like a v*gina. At the time I was just “um, okay”. Though now I find it a funny story.



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My kids were getting in the car when my daughter (7) elbowed my son (5) between the legs, conversation went as follows…

Son: ow my peanuts!

Me: your what?

Daughter: his peanuts

Me: what’s that?

Daughter: it’s another name for winky that I heard at school.

I didn’t correct them as it’s just too funny.


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