We all know children say funny and embarrassing things, but we also know kids can innocently say inappropriate things at very inappropriate moments! We asked MummyPages Mums to share the most inappropriate thing their child has ever said or done, and this is what they said:
1. Zoe Warner: "My friend's daughter, who was four, pointed to a gentleman with a rather large nose and said:'You look like a parrot.'"
2. Caroline Merritt: "I was looking after a friend's child - she was about three at the time - when she went up to a man in a wheelchair and patted him condescendingly on the knee before saying:'I sit in my pushchair too when I get tired.'"
3. Louise Whisselle: "We were in the supermarket aisle when my daughter points to the sanitary towels and said: 'Didn't you need some mummy nappies?!'"
4. Steph Neal: "My three-year-old son was at nursery at the time, when a friend's grandparent went to collect their grandchild and asked my son where his dad was that day. My son's reply was: '[he's] in prison'. We don't know anyone in prison!"
5. Geri Smith: "When my wee boy was young, we were sitting in the doctor's surgery and he asked:'Mummy, why does that lady have a coco pop on her chin?' It was a wart..."
6. Jemma Krystal Black: "One time when my little girl is two, we were waiting in the doctor's surgery which happened to be very busy. Anyway, a lady walks in and my daughter goes: "Look Mommy, that lady has a baby in her tummy" and goes over and kisses her tummy. The lady didn't have a baby in her tummy..."
7. Rachael Travill: "'Mummy, look! Craps!' - we have tried to make her say crabs, but on holiday she insisted on shouting about the 'craps!'"
Picture by Rachael Travill
8. Lee Henderson: "I went to buy a new car and the salesman was very annoying, so I said said to my husband: 'That man is an annoying buggar'. The salesman then came back and when he asked my daughter her name, she laughed and said: 'I'm not telling you but I know yours is An Annoying Buggar...' She was three and I nearly died!"
9. Sue Cook: "Whilst sat in church, my then two-year-old son popped off and proceeded to turn around to me and, at the top of his voice, say: 'Was that you Mummy? That stinks! Have you pooed your pants?' - the embarrassing little monkey!"
10. Joanne Lee: "Little boy about three when he was waiting in a queue at the cinema with his dad, who was feeding him bits of popcorn. Dad was obviously too slow at one point and at the top of his voice my son shouts: 'More cockporn please, Daddy!' Hysterical!"