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15 Kids Who Gave The Most Awesome Random Advice For Adults

“Tell your wife she looks pretty, even if she looks like a dump truck.” LMAO

There is little doubt that children are a lot smarter than we think. Parents are constantly impressed with how their kids can come up with the funniest things to say. Interestingly, some even have the best possible advice for anyone having problems with being an adult.

Some advice can be truly profound while others are hilariously random. Either way, these kid advice are guaranteed to either make you laugh or completely reconsider your life choices.

#1. We’ve all been through this at some point in our life.

It’s important to brush your hair. However, if Mom’s not in a good mood, it’s probably best to avoid her when she’s armed with a comb.

#2. This speaks to me on so many levels.

But how would you know if your dream is lame or not?

#3. Get your head in the game, Mama.

I wish it was that easy, kid.

#4. The adventurous foodie.

YOLO, people. YOLO.

#5. Need some dating advice? This kid’s got your back.

Source: Twitter

Keep kissing those frogs until you find a prince.

#6. Some kids know what real friendship is all about.

Find you a friend who will stick with you through thick and thin.

#7. Having a rough day? Here’s the best way to relieve your stress.

Who knew yodeling had a relaxing effect.

#8. I’m not sure about this one.

This could be the hottest new diet trend out there.

#9. When all else fails …

This should probably be a private show, though.

#10. Seeing the brighter side of an uphill battle.

Pandas know what this kid is talking about, for sure.

#11. Truer words were never spoken.

Source: Twitter

Because we all need to pee sometime, right?

#12. If you needed a reason to stop eating junk food…

Staying away from hot dogs for the rest of my life.

#13. We even have marriage advice right here.

Remember to keep a straight face as well.

#14. Words of wisdom.

There’s a story here that needs to be told.

#15. And finally, something for those who think life can’t get any better.

What do you think of these awesome kids and their advice? Let us know in the comments below.


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