Het houdt niet op! Meer creepy dingen die ouders van hun kinderen hebben gehoord
Het begon allemaal toen schrijfster Mikki Kendall aan haar Twittervolgers vroeg wat het engste was dat een kind ooit tegen hen gezegd had. Wat blijkt? Kinderen zijn fokking creepy.
People who interact with kids, what is the single weirdest/creepiest thing a kid has ever said to you? It’s Saturday night so why not creep yourself out? pic.twitter.com/6pK92nOkmG
— Mikki Kendall (@Karnythia) 28 januari 2018
1. Nou ja, een extra taal komt misschien ooit nog eens goed van pas…
When my son was 3, he started singing a Polish nursery rhyme that my husband’s grandmother used to sing to all the babies in the family…she passed away before my son was born. We don’t speak, or sing, Polish.
— Alison Skap (@AlisonsBookMrks) 28 januari 2018
2. Dit is ook wel een soort poëtisch
My daughter, from a severe brain injury when she was 11 weeks old, was in a coma for three days. For years afterward, when it rained, she would comment, “Smells like God.”
So if you ever wondered what God smells like, you’re welcome.
— Erica Mullenix (@freefringes) 28 januari 2018
3. Hoe bedoel je HIJ KOMT HIERHEEN?
Walking with my 2-yo in a cemetery by our house. She says “mommy, who is that man in the red jacket by the stone house?” She pointed to a mausoleum. There was no one else in the cemetery. “He’s waving at me!” She waved back. “He’s coming over to talk!”
— Kate, But the Tired Version (@Ardeospina) 28 januari 2018
4. Heel fijn
I was hiking alone in the woods with my son who was 7. It was eerie quiet. Out of nowhere he says “The woods demand a sacrifice.”
— YOUNG MT (@MXTracy66) 28 januari 2018
5. Oké wow!
1991. Worked at pediatricians office. Screening a 5y/o for therapy. He lived in the country, no friends, homeschooled, parents had no TV. Mid screen- he looks at me, says “Your brother saved my life in Desert Storm.” I went cold & pale… my brother was in Iraq
— Christiana (@cricket_71) 28 januari 2018
6. Wij zouden waarschijnlijk verhuizen
as a child I woke up in the middle of the night to a tall man at my bed rubbing my leg I was afraid to scream. my parents never believed me but my older brother fit the description . He died before i was born. i slept in his room & his old toys would often light up by themselves
— WelcomeToTheVanity💋 (@BarbieDia) 28 januari 2018
Not creepy but… waiting for a phone call to tell me how many days/weeks my mother had left after months with terminal cancer diagnosis… my 3 yr old (not knowing diagnosis or about expected phone call) insists repeatedly “Nana is ok now”. Get call, cancer is gone. 😯
— Kristi (@AverageRunnerK) 28 januari 2018
8. Lezen met oma
When my daughter was 2 I found her under the table with one of my husband’s old children’s books, turning pages as if she were being read to. I asked her what she was doing. She said “reading with Grandma” my husband’s mother died two years before she was born. It was her book.
— Michelle B. Young (@MichelleBYoung1) 28 januari 2018
9. Tijd voor een hangslot op de zolderdeur
When my niece was 7, she asked us why we were keeping all the dead grandmas in the attic.
Then she laughed.
— Mean Fat Girl 🏳️🌈💄 (@Artists_Ali) 28 januari 2018
10. ‘Hij is terug’
On several occasions by son referred to the “guy” in our old house (“he’s big like daddy, but it’s not daddy”) He’d tell me guy was standing in the dark hallway. After no talk of it for several months, one day he suddenly looked up at the ceiling & whispered “guy is back.”
— Kyrie McCauley (@kyriemccauley) 28 januari 2018
…and said, “I died in there.”
— Beth Tigay (@bethatmama) 29 januari 2018
12. Dit klinkt als het begin van een horrorfilm
A kid I babysat once asked me to play in the basement and when we were down there playing he said “When they put you in a box and nobody can hear you. Nobody can hear you down here either.” Then he bit me.
— The Sassiest Semite (@LittleMissLizz) 28 januari 2018
13. Even bijkletsen
My Aunt died when my niece was a month old. When she was like 3 or 4, she asked to go outside and swing so I took her. Her other swing was moving but I thought it was the wind. My niece started talking to it i asked who she was talking to & she said ‘Annie Mae Adams” (my aunt)
— 💋 6’2 Phenom 💋 (@iLeCrys) 28 januari 2018
14. Goede keuze
Putting my half brother down for a nap he goes. “I can’t sleep with that mean little boy staring at me” *points to the dark closet*
We didn’t take a nap and went to the beach instead😂
— Mama Kavery👸🏻💗 (@MamaKavery) 28 januari 2018
15. Ehm, oké?
Once when my daughter was 4, she waiting for me at the end of the hallway. When I reached her, I said, “come on, kiddo. Let’s go.” And she said, “mom. I’m not waiting for you. I’m waiting for them.” Then pointed at the empty hallway and smiled.
— Binge On Books (@BingeOnBooks) 28 januari 2018
Bron: Bored Panda