Kids say the darndest things

Kids say the darndest things

Kids Say the Darndest Things”

When asked about the attacks on the World Trader Center:

Why are those people so angry? — Michael, age 6

It looked really cool; I bet I could have shot them planes down. — Andy, age 8

Dad says we should kill’em all. Mom says he’s a fanatic. — Josiah, age 11

You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. — Carla, age 7 (daughter of parents who own a 1976, diesel, Volkswagon bus)

Invest in the long term. Mutual funds. — Kevin, age 6 (obviously, not the son of Carla’s parents)

I wish everybody would just stop talkin’ about this. It’s enough to make me wanna barf. You know, who wants to see that stuff? — Tammy, age 7

I’d like to know what we did to deserve this; it’s not my fault; I know that. — Greg, age 9

Where’s the gin? I’d like a martini. — Natalie, age 8

When asked if we should go to war against the terrorists:

Do you want my Game-boy? — Billy, age 7

People die in wars, don’t they? — Nathan, age 5

Evil is as evil does. — Jasmine, age 9

As long as they don’t raise taxes or take away my smokes. Got a cigarette? — Cameron, age 6

When asked what it means to be American:

Mom says we gotta go to Wal-Mart and buy a flag. — Daniella, age 7

It means we love freedom and peace, even if we have to kill people for it. — Shauna, age 10

I think I’m gonna move to Paris. Mom says that’s where good people go when they die. — Madison, Age 8

Pappy says it means we’re the best people on Earth. — Timmy, age 6

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