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  kingdomgirl94  |  28

Kids are all like this. My brother, when he was a year and a half old could talk quite a bit; and one day while I was cooking he tossed a stuffed toy over the baby gate. Of course he started pointing and grunting instead of speaking, so I told him to use his words.

His words were "gimme the fucking bunny".

Its hilarious when kids swear, though a habit we have to try to not encourage! Good luck OP.

  PizzaboyPB  |  4

It is NOT hilarious when kids swear. I hope you don't have children and all kids are not like this. Maybe you were raised in a less disciplined house hold, but that doesn't mean everyone is like that.

  doodlecloud  |  26

No, I don't think it's funny, I just think it's kind of sad. But if you think it's funny but still discourage it then I suppose that's fine. We all have different views. It's when people think it's funny and encourage it, take videos, etc. that we have a problem.

  mellyski  |  25

Chill out #51, my friends never swear and their daughter busted out a swear word. The mum is a teacher and explained to me that if the child is young, you're encouraging them to speak and learn words, to then turn around and tell them they can't say certain words is too hard for them to understand, when they get to about 3 you can explain good words and bad words. But it's got nothing to do with a disciplined family. Children pick up everything, they're little chubby learning machines


Well then again parents were once children of course. Most of the time it is the parents fault, but it could be other adults in their life that they learn words like that from or maybe a fellow classmate that may have learned that word as well