There must be an age when being clueless becomes less adorable and more what-the-f*ck, right?
I’m not sure exactly what that threshold is, but I am sure that these 12 kids are still in the safe zone. Because even though they know absolutely nothing, they’re still as cute as heck.
I forgive them.
12. He had a different fashion statement in mind, clearly.
It was probably one that involved a lot less clothing, if he’s like my kid.
I walk out of Target to the scene of a child laying motionless on the ground. I asked what was wrong and the dad said
“He’s upset his gloves match his jacket.” pic.twitter.com/hYMJRbZxkf
— 🐻 @ anime expo 2021 (@SparkyROAR) January 13, 2018
11. Those are definitely legs.
But let’s be honest, that face was nothing to write home about.
So my 4 year old nephew asked me to draw him Harry Potter, he then excitedly shouted “I’LL DO THE LEGS!!!!” pic.twitter.com/efHATwwfwZ
— s (@sophiaallenx) November 21, 2019
10. Well, he got one thing right.
May he maintain his passion, but in a more useful manner.
9. Toddlers do not care about your things.
They have flushed expensive things down the toilet and they will do it again.
8. That kid is going to rule the world.
And also always win at games.
7. Now is the time to confess, I suppose.
That was the only option then, I suppose.
when i was 6 i named my animal crossing character “sex” and couldn’t change it back so panicked, went outside the next day and smashed the game card with a hammer i have lived with this my whole life
— gemma (@bloodpilots) December 31, 2018
6. That makes me laugh, but it is really dumb.
I’m going to have to remember that for a book one day.
5. I want an updated picture of them doing the same thing.
Also, someone call CPS for adults.
When my son Seth was little, he would beg his brother to put him in this particular pillow case and swing him around.
I know it’s insane and the only reason I’m telling you now is because they are grown up and I can’t lose custody of them pic.twitter.com/OCTe1vyjkY
— Omnintensivist (@GoodishIntent) October 27, 2019
4. 100% applaud her letting him do it.
And somehow managing to not explain herself at every house.
I just want everyone to know that my two-year old insisted on being “pants” for Halloween… pic.twitter.com/ONR7K4AxnY
— Jeffrey Bien (@jungleland) October 31, 2019
3. I’m pretty sure this is how comedians are born.
The good ones, anyway.
One time when I was like 11 my dad took me to an Italian restaurant and the waiter asked what my name was and I said “Sam but you can call me captain ravioli” and my dad just looked at me and said “what the fuck was that? don’t do that” and I’ve been chasing that high ever since.
— Samantha Ruddy (@samlymatters) January 15, 2020
2. This definitely qualifies as adorably clueless.
Best friends never outgrow each other.
I just remembered that when i got my first dog i was 7 and he was 1 (7 in dog years) and i cried when he turned 2 because i didnt think a 14 year old dog would wanna hangout with me.
— Fey (@Trev97) April 10, 2019
1. That kid is not going to be the class rebel.
But he is going to be a responsible pet owner, so there’s that.
This is just the kind of content I need in my life right now.
Which was your favorite kid?
If they were yours would you laugh or disown them? Both? Tell us in the comments!