These hilarious reactions would leave you gasping for air after a hearty laughter.
Kids would come up with some of the most unexpected questions in not-so-conducive situations. Every parent goes through that dreaded yet cute stage when the kid would blabber anything and everything out in front of everyone without giving it a second thought. This tweet by user @meganmuircoyle made the netizens go back in time with their own set of “red-faced” situations with the kids. The user writes: “Reaction from my kids after explaining how sex works: “You’ve done this THREE TIMES?” as she shared a hilarious exchange of words she had with her kids on sex-ed. Here are some of the rib-tickling tales shared by users on the thread.
1. The naive much
There's a story in my family that when I was six and was told I was finally going to get a baby sister, I cried tears of joy and then, as if suddenly startled, I looked up and said, "But when did you guys have sex??"— Lucy Caldwell (@lucymcaldwell) February 3, 2021
2. Mind equals Blown
i was born to two moms, so my mind was blown in an entirely different way when these conversations started— Ben Adlin (@badlin) February 4, 2021
3. Cheeky bit
We were having pizza with a bunch of kids and parents. One single mom explained how her daughter was conceived with IVF. Sperms, egg, etc. then my husband tells our daughter “and daddy did all this to you mother at home”.— Ruthie Rousso 🇮🇱🇺🇸🇺🇦רותי רוסו (@ruthlessrousso) February 4, 2021
She snored at him and said “yeh, right”.
4. Calculating the results
5. Tackling the tricky one
When my daughter was 12 she asked me what a blowjob was. And I took a deep breath and was proud of myself - and I told very matter of factly.— Misfits (@FitzyFierce) February 3, 2021
She then said, “why would anyone want to do that?”
That question was tougher to answer 😂😂😂
6. The one with all the measures
I wanted to be the one to tell them before they learned it on the streets and by the look on each face when I did I was successful— Tommy is Gratefully Fully Alive 🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@deaconmohan) February 3, 2021
7. Change of minds as they say
My oldest son’s reaction was “Eew, that sounds disgusting!” My response to him was “Let me know if you still feel that way when you’re 16.”— 🌻Renee Nietubyc 💙💜🇺🇦🏳️🌈 (@rjnietubyc) February 3, 2021
8. Curiosity resurrected the cat here
Sometime after our youngest learned the details, we let slip that she was a surprise. "A surprise!? But you did 'the process'!" (Complete with air quotes) "Sweetie, you don't get pregnant every time you do the, uh, 'process'." "You don't? Then why in the world would you it!?"— J-T Richards (@JT_Richards) February 3, 2021
9. Repeating as they learn
My kid learned about it in the backseat at Target in a spur of the moment conversation. We got home and she goes up to her Dad, “YOU STUCK YOUR PENIS IN MOM’S VAGINA TWICE!!!”— long story short, we survived 🌊 (@peasandkaris) February 3, 2021
10. No more siblings in the line?
At 8, our daughter asked if we planned to have more kids, and when told no, she asked why we were continuing to have sex. 😂 kids really be like whyyyyy would you choose this?— Dr. Dee Knight (@DrDeeKnight) February 3, 2021
11. Yes Mom and Dad did it too!
I told kids I babysat what it was (they already kinda knew). The youngest first asked “but... is that the ONLY way to make a baby?” (She wasnt into it 😅). Then she thought & said “wait... does that mean Mommy & Daddy...” “Dont think about it” her older sister responded🤣— 🟣S.L. PrayersforPeace🙏🏼🌻 (@Stpolishook) February 3, 2021
12. Screaming facts on top of their lungs
Old joke:— Slim Smith (@SlimSmith5) February 3, 2021
Mom tells 5-year-old that if he keeps biting his nails, the clippings will ball up in his belly.
Next day the the grocery store, the 5-year-old sees a woman who's 8-months pregnant.
He looks at her solemnly for a moment, then blurts out:
"I know what you've been doing!"
13. Chicks do it too?
When my mother explained the whole thing to me with a chart from the health department, I just laughed and said I want to know how chickens do this. That’s the last time I ever heard a word about sex from my mother!— Jane Penwell (@JanePenwell) February 3, 2021
14. How did it feel?
When my friend explained it to her son, he walked up to his dad and asked “dad, what did it feel like when you put the special seed with me in it into mommy?” He went red, mumbled “it was grand” and quickly left the room 😂— Annie Took 🚀✨ (@AnnieTook) February 3, 2021
15. Surprise is the element
I remember hearing that in maybe 4th grade, saying adamantly “that is NOT true. It can’t be true because women are surprised when they find out they’re pregnant!”— Jackie DiPillo (@JaxDiP) February 3, 2021
16. Naked can't be true
When my mum told me, I apparently listened very carefully, accepted it all, but couldn't comprend how it could take place because of clothes. Nope. Naked can't be true.— Jem - Glitter Squirrel - La! 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️🌈 (@jemfellpoetry) February 3, 2021
17. Are men not mammals?
4th grade teacher: Mammals bear their young alive, and humans are mammals.— Eric Chevlen (@echevlen) February 3, 2021
Me: Does that mean that men aren’t mammals?
Teacher, chuckling: Oh, they help make it happen!
Me, after some pondering: But what if the doctor is a woman?
Teacher:Ask your father about that.
18. Those little kids with big mouths
My sister was 6 when I brought my first bf home ( I was 19). We were playing the garden and she stopped, looked me dead in the eyes and said “ Do you to the sex with him?” And pointed at my boyfriend 😳— fromcountrysidetoclassroom (@fctclassroom) February 3, 2021
19. The barrage of questions
I was keen not to be like my parents and be open & factual about everything. But I didn't anticipate the follow up questions! Where do u do it? What time do u do it? Can I watch next time u do it??😮🙄 and also the animal related sex questions (can a cat do it with a dog..etc)— Kez (@Kezfromchadders) February 3, 2021
20. When kids want babies
Recently explained this to my kids. 5 year old now announces at regular intervals, "I REALLY want to have sex!" because she REALLY wants to have a baby 🤣🤣🤣 glad she's not at school right now to announce this to her teachers... 😬😂— Johanna Baldwin (@Johannarbaldwin) February 3, 2021