To make me laugh

Here’s a random series of questions from the kids which serve no other purpose than to make me laugh. I hope they make you laugh too.

B1 age 10 1/4: If you could have a field for free, what would you do with it?

B1 age 10 1/4: Daddy, would you say USA is a chavvy country?

LG age 5 1/2: Are there actually toilets at your work? Are you allowed to stop work to go to the toilet?

LG age 5 1/2: Does Google know my foot?

LG age 5 1/4: Has Grandma lived in that house forever?
Me: She’s lived there 30 years.
LG: Wow, that is a long time. Is that longer than B2 knocked his teeth out?

LG age 5 1/4: Is there such a thing as black ham because you sometimes have black pigs?

LG age 5 1/4: What sort of a bus is a coach?

LG age 5 1/4: Is that a real dinosaur?

LG age 5 1/4: If you sucked your fingers with this on (nail varnish), would you still die?
Me: No.
LG: I thought so, because I sucked my fingers and my heart was still beeping.

Me: Well, we survived.
LG age 6 1/4: I didn’t survive.

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. Great! One of my nieces once asked my father, quite sincerely, if the dinosaurs had been on the Earth when he was a boy!

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  2. Bless! My kids asked my parents if the world was in black and white when they were children! Thanks very much for commenting 🙂

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  3. Thanks! It makes precisely no sense, doesn’t it? Today Daddy got out the notebooks containing two years’ of comedy gold and read them out to the kids. They didn’t know I’d been sneakily writing them down all this time. They loved guessing who’d said what.

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  4. Thanks very much 🙂 I actually started the blog just to publish my kids’ questions, which I’ve been writing down for two years now. Then before I knew it, I found myself writing about lots of other stuff too and neglecting the questions slightly. I try to post them about once a week though, and there are plenty more where they came from! Thanks for commenting, I really appreciate it x

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