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Children are often cute, loving and altogether warm creatures to be doted upon.
Until – according to horror movies everywhere – they're not. They're creepy and weird.
Writer Mikki Kendall wanted to stoke the fires of people’s nightmares, and asked her twitter followers to share some of the weirdest things children have said to them.
Some of it is fairly terrifying.
People who interact with kids, what is the single weirdest/creepiest thing a kid has ever said to you? It's Saturda… https://t.co/f0bZGKqhzb — Mikki Kendall (@Mikki Kendall)
@Karnythia My daughter was about 5 when she says you’re the best mommy I ever had. I said I’m the only mommy you’ve… https://t.co/SfsQAWDx7K — NewYearSameMe (@NewYearSameMe)
@Karnythia I travel for work a lot. My son likes to see my hotel room via FaceTime. One night when he was 4 he asks… https://t.co/HMpxtoVJ6f — Sheena Bond (@Sheena Bond)
@Karnythia Walking with my 2-yo in a cemetery by our house. She says “mommy, who is that man in the red jacket by t… https://t.co/kP7Puu3M2A — Kate, 100% a Gloomy 🎄 (@Kate, 100% a Gloomy 🎄)
@Karnythia I once asked a friend's son what he was digging for. He responded, "Dead bodies. What? You ain't ever seen a dead body?" — Millenial Pink Starburst (@Millenial Pink Starburst)
@Karnythia When my twins were born one of them took longer to talk. When she did start it was in fluent Spanish. Wh… https://t.co/yNTo7WZKsP — Sweet Jas Jones (@Sweet Jas Jones)
@JeremyVCruz @Karnythia I used to work in pediatric surgery/urology. A little girl once said to me "It's in your mo… https://t.co/2kjqY6JPr9 — Jeffrey Davis - Raccoon at Large (@Jeffrey Davis - Raccoon at Large)
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