Neuroatypical kids have an extra-hard time figuring out the proper things to do in some situations, but at least this little guy was able to get across that he was, actually, sorry. Now, a typical adult saying this would probably be frowned upon, but someone who has Asperger’s? There’s nothing wrong with that.
Grandma even knew exactly what he was trying to say. However, if the shoe fits, wear it, and it’s pretty easy to say that this statement is a brutal thing to say.
Making a Change for the Better
While kids can really be brutal sometimes, that fact can often work out as an advantage. Maybe you've had a little tyke call out your gut, and it's encouraged you to get into a healthy weight. On this occasion, the kid didn't like how her daddy's breath smelled, and she was willing to let him know.
As we can see in the story, the mom or dad decided that that was enough of the ol' cancer sticks for the rest of his or her life.
It's the Thought That Counts
A miscarriage is one of the most painful, upsetting things that can happen to a person. While many kids might not exactly understand the entire process, they still understand that something bad has happened, and they often want people to feel better.
This kid, while certainly on the right track, got lucky after blurting out something that many would dislike hearing. This woman, however, was struck by the realness of the line, and she burst out laughing. All in all, it was probably something that she needed a lot of. Good job kid, but don't do it again.
Don't Laugh Too Hard
There are some really, really ugly fish out there, which means this comment could be the kind of thing that sticks with a guy. On the other hand, there are some really good-looking fish out there in the sea, so maybe it wasn't that bad.
One way or another, this kid probably doesn't realize how much he or she might have just hurt the dad of the family. Still, the kid is going to have to deal with the exact same thing once he or she grows up – genetics, baby, and you'd better get used to it.
It Will Happen to You, Too
Kids might not realize it, but they often look like one or both of their parents. Sometimes they take elements from the grandparents too, but it's usually the parents that are driving the car when it comes to that sort of thing.
This kid hopes that she doesn't get acne, but that, just like so many other things, comes from the parents. There are a lot of things that will make it better – eating right, keeping clean – but for a lot of people, it's fighting a losing battle.