WYRK Listeners Answer: What’s The Most Embarrassing Thing Your Kid Has Said In Public? [LIST]
Last week, I decided to ask my little cousins all under the age of 10 some questions that I couldn’t figure out about the Easter Bunny. Nonetheless, they were experts (at least they thought) and gave me some hilarious answers.
I love hearing the stories from my family of the weird, embarrassing and funny things that come out of their mouths, so I figured there’s got to be way better stories out there too. Listeners called in last night to tell their story about something embarrassing their kid has said in public recently. We played the funny (appropriate) ones, so here they are — and the ones that didn’t make the cut.
What’s the most embarrassing thing your kid has said in public recently?
She Blew Me In!
"My daughter and I went to go rent movies, and when the cashier was telling me when they were due she told him, 'We just need to copy it anyway.'"
What Are These?
"It wasn't my kid, but I overheard this little girl, who was being held by her mom, ask what THOSE were as she pointed to her boobs. When mom didn't respond...the kid asked why they were so squishy."
Doctor's Office Fail
"I was with my two year old, and we were at the doctor's office waiting for blood work when a woman walked by and she asked, 'Why is that lady so fat, mommy?' She did it twice."
Protective Of Those Parts At A Young Age
"When putting my boys in the shopping cart at the grocery store, they yell at the top of their lungs, 'You're smashing my peanuts, Mom!' if I put them in too fast."
Father Dan Should Have Been Quicker
"At church, my kid screamed out after a long prayer, 'FINALLY!'"
It Was Time
"I'm not telling how it got to this point, but my 8 year old asked me, "'When did you and daddy make me?' The other people at the party were holding it in the whole time. I was so embarrassed."
Who Taught Her That?
"I don't know how my daughter heard this, but one day, she just looked at me and said, 'Mommy, I need to go to the potty and sh*t'...I was not happy to say the least."