Kids know that they like receiving gifts, and if they like getting gifts, other people must like getting them too. No matter the occasion, kids are always ready to create an out-of-this-world present.
The thing is, kids don’t really have any money. That’s why they have to get creative when it comes to gift giving. It’s the thought that counts, right?
A Father’s Day Breakfast
Ah, this is exactly what I want for breakfast. A slice of shark toast, a slice of lego toast, and some tea stirred with a paint stick.
Sometimes it’s hard to choose between shark toast and lego toast, so it’s good that this kid gave his dad both.
Thanks For The Snails
This kid thought it would be a good idea to get her mom some snails for her birthday. You know, I love a good snail, but I don’t think those snails love slithering on tissue paper.
Somebody should probably make a terrarium for them. That’s a good weekend activity.
Wow Sis, That’s Gorgeous
For this dude’s birthday, his ten year old sister asked him what kind of stuff he likes. He told her that he likes mustaches, sloths, and guitars.
She went into her room and came back an hour later with this. I couldn’t make anything this cool in an hour.
Well, I think that’s how biology works. If someone is your mom, then logically, you would be their kid.
Interestingly, this statement doesn’t work the other way around. You can’t say “I’m your kid because you’re my mom” because maybe that person is your dad. Logic.
This kid decided to fill her parents’ Christmas stockings this year. It was a nice thought. She gathered up all the things she thought her parents would like. You know, adult things.
I have to say, she did a pretty good job. I’m an adult and I love money, beer, candy canes, and pencils.
I Feel PrettyWow, I sure am pretty. Just look at my distorted reflection in that crumpled piece of silver foil. I think I should be a movie star.
Thanks, kid. I will treasure this present forever. Maybe one day, when you’re older, I’ll gift it back to you.
This Kid Is Preaching The Truth
I love a kid who has a good understanding of existential metaphors. This kid is going to do big things when she’s older.
I also like that all the stages of life are naked. If you can’t go down a water slide naked, when can you be naked? Oh, you can’t go down a water slide naked? Okay then.
This mom asked her kid to bring her some mozzarella sticks, and boy did he deliver.
I’ve never seen anything so appetizing in my whole life. This kid’s a real jokester, and honestly, that’s the best thing you can be. But also, now I want some mozzarella sticks.
Well, That’s Embarrassing
This teacher’s student accidentally gifted her some underwear for Valentine’s Day. It seemed innocent enough when she bought it. It just looked like a pretty little rose.
Sometimes the weirdest things come in the prettiest packages. Just be careful next time, kid. Things could get pretty awkward.
This Kid’s Got A Future In Pun Development
I am actually screaming right now. How is this kid so witty? I wish I was this witty when I was younger. Maybe then I’d have a million Twitter followers by now.
I would like an actual brownie though. I think that would be a better present.
Older And Wiser
I like that this kid took the time to frame this picture for his grandfather. I’m not sure what the cars symbolize. Or is that a train? Either way, it’s pretty rad.
I’m also glad that this grandpa isn’t dead. We should celebrate life every single day.
An Eyepatch For Your Thoughts
This guy works as a waiter at a family restaurant. The other day, a young kid gave him this eyepatch as a tip.
You know, usually, I prefer money, but a thoughtful eyepatch is a nice change of pace. You never know when you might need one of those.
Honesty Is The Best Policy
Dad told them to do their best, and that’s exactly what they did. They don’t have any delusions of grandeur. They know what they’re capable of and they’re always going to execute exactly what they’re capable of— no more and no less.
Happy Mother’s Day, ladies.
Carbs On Carbs On Carbs
This thoughtful little bugger made his father breakfast in bed. Those are waffle sandwiches. They’re waffles sandwiched in between two slices of white bread.
Not a drop of maple syrup in sight. Just fluffy carbs and nothing to wash them down with. Thanks, kid. We all appreciate it.
Stating The Obvious
Well, that’s one way to write a get well soon card. Just remind the sick or injured person that they’re in a place full of other sick and injured people.
Sometimes just a simple statement of fact says it best. No saccharine sentiments here. This kid tells it like it is.
It’s The Truth, Though
I mean, he didn’t have to phrase it like that, but it is true. Parents work so they can support their kids. They also work so they can treat themselves (sometimes), but the kids know it’s really all about them.
This is a nice card. I’m sure mom and dad appreciated it.
A Fossil For Christmas
This little girl found a fossil in her backyard and decided to wrap it up for her dad for Christmas. The best things in life really are formed by pressure over millions of years.
I guess this could just be a piece of concrete, but I’m going to choose to believe that it’s a real fossil.
Red Is The Color Of Everyone’s Blood
I mean, I guess this statement is true. Red is the color of blood, and if your family has blood, they probably have red blood.
I’m just not sure what occasion would call for a card like this. Maybe a birthday? Or an anniversary? Maybe this is one of those “just because” presents.
When this little guy found out that his babysitter didn’t have a date for Valentine’s Day, he decided to make her a special card.
The spelling in this card is epic. I think that’s what I like about it most. I’d love a card like this on Valentine’s Day.
You’re As Young As You Feel
If this kid keeps adding another year every birthday, he’s not going to be sticking his mom in a nursing home for a while.
I love that kids think that sixty is super old. Haven’t you heard? Sixty is the new thirty. That means thirty is the new fifteen.