I, and others, like to “share” our advice with the world. But maybe the best advice comes from children. Here are some insightful and hilarious thoughts from kids. These were provided to me by Eolake Stobblehouse who translated them from Danish.
Making your bed is a waste of time.
Don’t ask your three-year-old brother to hold a tomato.
Don’t wear polka-dotted underpants under white shorts.
Don’t drink anything when you’re upside down.
Don’t tease your sister when she is holding a baseball bat.
A puppy has bad breath, even after a mint.
Don’t tell your mother her diet isn’t working.
Wear a hat when feeding seagulls.
Don’t eat prunes.
If you want to draw on the wall, do it behind the sofa.
If you want a cat, start by asking for a horse.
Listen to your brain; it has a lot of information.
You need to put your hand up, otherwise adults don’t listen to you.
Don’t sneeze when somebody is cutting your hair.
When your dad is angry and asks “do you think I’m stupid?” then don’t tell him what you think.
When mom is upset with Dad, don’t let her comb your hair.
Don’t let a dog stand guard over your food.
Keep asking “why” until you understand it.