50 Stupid Things Kids Did That Adults Just Had To Share (New Pics)

Some time ago, we were all tiny versions of ourselves with heads full of the most insane ideas and thoughts about the world above and beneath us. Fast forward to today, and some may be raising kids of their own, while others are sharing homes with little brothers or sisters. The fun part about it is that it never gets boring.

Because kids are goofy, silly, cute, and totally clueless about this whole thing called Earth that we live on. Out of sincere curiosity and hunger to get to know things, they come up with the funniest things you’d never read in books.

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From searching for tiny seashells that are in fact just pistachio shells washed ashore, to making more money out of a $1 bill by cutting it into pieces, the list goes on. Bored Panda compiled pictures of some of the funniest incidents that only little ones can get themselves into. Psst! More of the same goofy kids just being kids wait in our previous articles here, here, and here.

#1 My 5-Year-Old Nephew Figured Out I’m Still A “Kid”

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#2 One Of My Earliest Memories

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#3 Kids Are Stupid

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To find out how children think and come up with the most incredible things we as adults would never think of, one has to look into the world from a child’s point of view. And it turns out, this is very different from the ways adults view the world around them.

One of the driving forces in a child’s development is curiosity, which helps them to discover and try out new things and learn something about them. This early knowledge is something kids carry well into their childhood and maturity.

Bored Panda reached out to Brenna Hassinger-Das, an assistant professor in the psychology department at Pace University, New York. Brenna explained that the job of children is “to play and learn.” But making ourselves time to be curious in whatever forms we can is something that adults should also work on throughout their lives.

“Research suggests that it relates to satisfaction, happiness, empathy, and problem-solving skills,” the professor said and added, “we are always in need of refining the ways in which we view the world.”

#4 Mom Told Her Daughter To Grab Her Mask So They Can Go To The Store. This Was The Mask She Grabbed

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#5 Identically Unperturbed By What They Did To Themselves With The Clippers At 5am

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#6 He’s Cute Tho

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Brenna said that research has shown that curiosity not only relates to academic skills, like improved reading and math, but also “fosters imagination and exploration.”

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“Parents can nurture curiosity in a lot of different ways. For instance, encouraging children to take part in free or unstructured play allows them to figure out how things work and develop their own storylines and directions for their play.”

The professor also said that it’s important to “encourage children to ask questions (and then answer them in a developmentally appropriate way) and to let children follow their interests. For example, “If your child loves animals, go for a nature walk where you live (whether in a city or in a more rural area) and point out all the animals you see. You could also read books about the animals they like and perhaps venture out a bit further for a hike.”

It turns out that fostering curiosity early could also have the added benefit of helping your child develop a habit that will continue into adulthood. “We know that curiosity is still important for learning and overall life satisfaction,” Brenna concluded.

#7 My 7-Year-Old Son Was Excited To Show Off His Clay Pirate Boat

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#8 “Faster!”

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#9 Kid Thinks His Mom Is A Murderer

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#10 Oh My Lord What Even Are Children

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#11 My Son Found Sea Shells On His First Trip To The Beach. I Didn’t Have The Heart To Tell Him

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#12 Winnie The Poo

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#13 My Son Asked Me Why This Lady Is Reading Poop Magazine. I’m So Proud

#14 Got New Doors Installed. He Doesn’t Realise One Of His Favorite Hide And Seek Spots Has Been Severely Compromised

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#15 *Patrick Selling Chocolate* “I Love You”

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#16 This May Work For A Long While

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#17 When The Photographer Says “Touch Your Cheeks Together”

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#18 Remember, Always Use Your Dominant Hand If You Want To Win A Chess Match

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#19 But What If?

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#20 Kids Are Stupid. Over

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#21 Okay All You “5G Risk Deniers” – This Settles It, 5G Is Dangerous

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#22 When I Was 2 I Thought An Electrical Box Was A Robot. My Mom Let Me Take A Picture With It, And I Have Come Across That Picture Again

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#23 Stupid But Wholesome

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#24 Potato Mind

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#25 Better To Be Safe Than Sorry

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#26 Cyclop Tiddie

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#27 My 1,5-Year-Old Daughter, Ladies And Gentlemen

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#28 Not Ready To Be A Bird

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#29 A Friend On FB Just Posted This

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#30 Someone’s Kid Hung Up The Wet Wipes To Allow Them To Dry

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#31 How My Dad Tricked Me Into Eating My Crust

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#32 My Nephew Got A Card From His Teacher And Was Stoked. He Read It, Then Instead Of Showing Anybody, He Sat Pensively On The Couch For A While. Finally A Quiet Voice Asked “Auntie, How Long Have I Had Autism?”

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#33 My Little Brother’s Search History. Lots Of Diarrhea And Vomit Followed

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#34 Well, It Was For Science

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#35 My Niece’s Hiding Spot

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#36 That Time I Figured Out How To Take The Lid Off Of The Vent, And Proceeded To Get Stuck In It

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#37 Yugioh With Made Up Rules

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#38 Kids In Rome Were Mischievous Too. Toddler’s Footprint In A 2000 Year Old Clay Tile

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#39 He Wants To Get On The Bus, And The Bus On The TV

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#40 When I Was A Kid I Was Stupid

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#41 My Little Brother Grabbing Live Wasps Because “It’s Fun”

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#42 Me Being A Silly Child

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#43 She Got Laid-Off

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#44 Kids Are Quick Learners

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#45 My 3-Year-Old, Everybody

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#46 My Kid Won’t Eat Her Eggs Because They Have “Dark Spots”. Yeah, That’s The Fork

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#47 Not The Smartest Kid

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#48 Oh No, We’re Lost

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#49 A Common Mistake, Really

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#50 My Sister Drew On Her Passport

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