When your kid calls a vagina "pajama", it takes curling up in a nice warm pair of jammies to a really weird place.
This is one of my all-time favorite words kids mispronounce. Nothing like your kid yelling out that they lost their fuck in a crowded restaurant.
"Look at all those dirty fucks in the pond!" Oh.
My 3-year-old tried for 30 minutes to get me to understand that Phar-rell meant squirrel. She says it with a Brian Fellows accent that makes it that much more maddening and adorable.
Mmmmmmm, I just love biting into a nice, juicy strawbaby.
Oh, don't mind me, I'm just over here in my pajama, petting my titties.
Honestly, I probably say breffixt when I get really excited about breakfast and stumble over my own tongue.
Getting a hambooger when you were hoping for a hamburger is probably not great.
"Mama, yook at all dos bootiful graham crackers!" Honestly, it works in certain contexts.
My 7-year-old cannot say aluminum to save her life. "Mom, can I have some alumswie98, I mean aluafATRSQF, I mean alunimumnum, UGH CAN I HAVE SOME TIN FOIL?"
As in, "This balloon used to float, but now it disafwoated."
I mean, maybe being starcastic is being sarcastic with a little extra flair.
My brother is 33-years-old and probably still says bisquetti.
Considering some of the content I've seen on YouTube Kids, this mispronunciation isn't too far off.
"I'm looking at the WENUS and I am not happy!" Hate when the WENUS gets thrown all of out whack.
Anytime kids use big words, they're bound to fail in hilarious ways. Following the constructions sounds way more fun, tbh.
Yes we can ... get guac even though it's extra!
Calling it Opameal does make it a lot more exciting!
"Mom, I need my dependents out!" You and me both, kid.
Honestly, earth quick is a great way to describe an earthquake.