Having only been alive for a few years, kids are often not caught up on social graces, political correctness, and what words can accidentally sound racist. Parents on Reddit are sharing tales of times their kids said the darndest things, stinking up the movie theater, embarrassing their parents, and forcing them to give early sex talks.
1. Tyzik's son is a home-team supremacist.
Once we invited a couple from church over to our house for the first time, to watch a Bears game. At the time my son was 3 or 4, and would refer to the teams by their jersey color. Well, that day they were playing the Falcons, and the Bears were in white. A few minutes into the game, my son wanders up to me and quietly asks "Which one is Bears?" I told him it was the white team. To which he then shouts out "Yeah, we cheer for the white guys, because we don't like black guys, right Dad?"
I had to awkwardly say "Yes, the Falcons are wearing black, and today we do not like them because they're against the Bears."
Everyone laughed a bit, but there were some side glances.