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38 Times Kids Did Completely Innocent Things That Looked Dirty To Adults

Childhood is a wonderful time, isn’t it? Everything is brand new and exciting and you just want to try out everything. However, while it may be a wonderful and innocent time for you, the people around you probably won’t be thinking the same thing. For kids, some things they do have no hidden meanings at all but adults… adults all have dirty minds.

If you need any proof, here we have a list of several images that kids thought were perfectly innocent but their parents certainly didn’t. Take a look through and try not to snicker too hard at these. They were only trying their best. Poor things… they probably had no idea why their parents were laughing or why some other adults were looking very embarrassed…

#1 First, we start off with this image with I’m certain I’ve seen in my old biology classroom, created with pancake mix.

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#2 This mum was asked what word her kid had spelled out. That probably was an awkward conversation…

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#3 This kid went up to his mum yelling that he had found the golden ticket. I don’t think Willy Wonka will let you in with that…

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#4 Kid, I wouldn’t touch that, you don’t know where it has been…

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#5 This is supposed to be a shark… it’s a matter of artistic interpretation.

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#6 This kid has maybe heard too many fairy stories. It’s not going to become a prince!

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#7 These princesses had no idea what they were in for.

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#8 I’m just praying it was washed…

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#9 This girl is just being curious about how mannequins work…

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#10 It seems to be a common theme.

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#11 All the kids seem to be doing it. Is it a fashion?

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#12 Another thing kids can’t do? Spell the word come.

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#13 Seriously, they can’t.

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#14 Not at all.

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#15 I’m almost beginning to think the adults are encouraging this.

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#16 I’m sure the local bake sale would have appreciated these.

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#17 This girl only wanted some ice cream, surely that’s not wrong… is it?

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#18 This kid is just appreciating the art in a gallery. He’s just very hands-on.

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#19 Yes, you should probably be concerned…

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#20 This kid’s science project on tortoises looks like it should be in another part of the textbook… like the reproduction section…

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#21 Talking of school projects… this rocket doesn’t look like it should be in the air.

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#22 Some of these look like the teachers weren’t even trying… like with this fish.

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#23 How was there no sniggering when this fishing trophy was presented?

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#24 Who designed this thing? I’ve got my eye on you Disney…

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#25 I would also like to point out an adult painted this too…

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#26 He just wants to be a DJ! Just let him be a DJ!

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#27 Another great bake that we will surely see on Masterchief any day now.

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#28 This was made by a nine year old who said it was cotton candy… this ain’t cotton candy.

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#29 This kid is getting a little handsy with his neighbour… I’m sure after this picture his hand was slapped away by her.

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#30 “Mummy, what do you mean I can’t take my jump rope into school?”

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#31 This waiter really didn’t see this coming… Surprise attack!

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#32 In fairness, it was the only bit she could reach…

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#33 This is why you don’t leave your wardrobe door open…

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#34 This egg tower was taken into school for Easter. Bet the teachers loved it in the staffroom…

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#35 This kid might need a little help with his dinosaur costume…

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#36 This is how his baby looks at his mother’s boobs out of the shower. He’s just hungry OK?

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#37 This kid found his mother’s fishing rods… you really don’t want to see what they are trying to catch…

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#38 And lastly, this is what this kid found at a thrift shop. Wouldn’t it make a lovely addition to the garden?

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