Cute kids arguing: Is it raining or sprinkling?


#1

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#2

My mama told me that you better shop around. Did I listen? No.

She also said there’d be days like this. Right again.


#3

I felt the same way when they changed global warming to climate change :disappointed_relieved:


#4

That is adorable. The boy learns and important life lesson; women will poke your heart.


#5

This is high discourse compared to what I suffer. My kids have distilled pointless debate to it’s bare essence. One of them yells “Yes!” and the other one yells “No!”


#6

The fact that I find this mostly excruciating is supporting evidence that people like me shouldn’t have kids.

That and the fact that I empathize with the sudden descent into attention-consuming despair evidenced at the end.

(Wow, I’m a real ball of fun…)


#7

“You’re not real.”

I’ve got to try that, next time I’m in an argument.


#8

That boy will spend the next 25 years trying to get up with twins again.


#9

You are false data


#10

Hard to pick a winner here, they all make some valid points.


#11

I think the kid in the middle wins the Calm Voice of Reason and Pacification Award.


#12

doesn’t he say “you’re pretty, but you’re not real.” That should win a lot of arguments.


#13

Any parent can tell those kids need a nap like… now.


#14

There is a much more important question here than whether it is raining or sprinkling…

If a kid asks where rain comes from, I think a cute thing to tell him is “God is crying.” And if he asks why God is crying, another cute thing to tell him is “Probably because of something you did.”

– Jack Handy


#15

My mom said that global warming and climate change are two different things.


#16

“Uh huh!”
“Nuh uh!”


#17

My mom Said that they are the Same. :stuck_out_tongue:


#18

It won’t take long and their tune will change to: Your mom is …


#19

Wow, I had a brief moment where I saw this as a live action version of the Rugrats cartoon 0.o


#20

I think he says, “no, you’re crazy. And you’re not real, I’m real”.

I like how she offers to go outside to show that it is, in fact, raining rather than sprinkling.