KIDS SAY THE FUNNIEST THING: ‘ WANT TO BE A DOG WHEN I GROW UP’

Ambitious: This little child knows exactly what he wants to be when he grows up

‘I want to be a DOG when I grow up!’ Hilarious proof that kids really do say the funniest things

  • Childrens’ honest answers to adult question becomes an internet hit

 

They say children say the funniest things. And this is the proof.

A collection of some of the most amusing answers to questions posed to children from around the world has become an internet hit.

Among the montage of pictures from school yearbooks and writing exercises is one youngster to insists ‘when I grow up I want to be a dog’.

And there’s no faulting the youngsters’ ambition, with another child saying that he dreamed of selling fruit at a busy intersection.

 
Ambitious: This little child knows exactly what he wants to be when he grows upAmbitious: This little child knows exactly what he wants to be when he grows up

 

 
Self-employment: The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in Andy Self-employment: The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in Andy

 

Meanwhile, an aspiring politician canvasses for votes in an upcoming school election with a refreshingly honest list of reasons he should win support.

The list reads: ‘I’m responsible, I’m honest, I don’t run with scissors, I’m obedient, I’m loyal.’

But he saves this sure-fire vote winning pledge for last: ‘I don’t bite my friends… well, except for that one time’.

Another youngster shows he is not lacking a strong work ethic at the tender age of seven by writing an application for work.

In it he’ll do babysitting and walk dogs – of the non-evil variety, that is – all to raise enough money to finance the ‘dream that hasn’t come true yet – wanting to swim like a mermaid’.

 
Vote winner: Young Dalton seems to have all the skills to reach high office if this is anything to go byVote winner: Young Dalton seems to have all the skills to reach high office if this is anything to go by

Hard worker: This youngster is showing he has a strong work ethic at the tender age of sevenHard worker: This youngster is showing he has a strong work ethic at the tender age of seven

 

 

Another child reveals a darker side by admitting that in 100 years he wants to be ‘breaking out of my tomb’,

And this deep searching questions about what the youngsters want to do when they grow up also draws out the darker, make that megalomaniac, side of some of the respondents.

When asked what are the three things you want to do in the future, there’s no holding back the child who responds: ‘Get a girlfriend, kiss her, rule the world’.

The list of childrens’ answers were posted on website Buzzfeed under the listing of ’26 kids who are certainly going places’.

Dark: Graham shows his darker side with this image of what he will be doing when he's 100 years oldDark: Graham shows his darker side with this image of what he will be doing when he’s 100 years old

 
Goals: You can't fault this youngster's ambitionGoals: You can’t fault this youngster’s ambition

 
Determined: She may be all smiles, but this child's promise is out of this worldDetermined: She may be all smiles, but this child’s promise is out of this world

 
 
Burning desire: This child wants to be a fire truck when they get olderI want to be a person who cleans tables
 
 

Burning desire: This child wants to be a fire truck when they get older, left, while another youngster says: ‘I want to be a person who cleans tables’

 

 
Endearing: Sarah tells her mother she ran away to meet the Spice Girls not because she thought she was meanEndearing: Sarah tells her mother she ran away to meet the Spice Girls not because she thought she was mean

 

 
Fitting tribute: Elena shows she knows she would want her place in history assured with a big statueFitting tribute: Elena shows she knows she would want her place in history assured with a big statue

 
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