16 Times Kids Were Creepy AF

Diply 6 Feb 2018

It's not a big secret that kids can be super creepy. The question is whether they're just having a hard time saying what they really mean and it comes out wrong, or whether they're actually little demons.

Mikki Kendall recently asked her 90K+ Twitter followers, "What is the single weirdest/creepiest thing a kid has ever said to you?"

Some of the responses chilled me to the bone, and it gave me the idea of hunting down some of the creepiest things kids have ever said or done.

So grab a blanket and get ready for chills!

1. Umm....

Giphy | Giphy

"My daughter was about 5 when she says 'you're the best mommy I ever had.' I said 'I'm the only mommy you've ever had.' She looks at me and says, 'no, you're the 3rd, but I like you the best.'"

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2. Nope, nope, nope.

Twitter | @phenetiks

I seriously have goosebumps right now. The back story: This guy was 12 when it happened and he remembers being super freaked out. His mom was, too. She tried to research who lived in the house, but couldn't find any information.

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3. Shudders

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"My son always says odd things. Usually they're funny but this one threw me for a loop. He is 8. I was telling him how much I love him and thanks for being in my life. He said. 'I didn't choose this life. I couldn't control how it began. But I can control how it ends.'"

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4. So, should we file this under intuition?

Reddit | lori1119

Or is this kid some kind of psychic? All I know is, I'd have to pull over after this whole ordeal went down because I'd be shaking.

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5. Board it up!

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"My mum lived with us when my daughter was 3 or 4. When she moved out, the spare room was still called 'nanna's room'. I asked my daughter to get something upstairs one day, when she came back, she asked 'who is that old lady in nanna's room?' Didn't go in that room ever again."

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6. I'd probably have my kiddo sleep in my room for a while, tbh.

Reddit | Two_kids_two_pugs

I know that three years old is the age when night terrors and nightmares start happening because of rapid brain development, but there's something about the details of this kid's story that would worry me.

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7. "My friend's 7 year old kid pretended to put me in jail. Our conversation went something like this...

Me.me | Me.me

Me: 'What did I do? Forget to brush my teeth? Didn't do my homework?'
Her: 'You murdered a 23 year old woman while she was jogging in the early morning.'
Me: '....'"

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8. The fact that two kids saw the same thing, years apart, makes this extra creepy.

Reddit | Honkey_Cat

I can see thinking it was just an imaginary friend the first time around...but after kiddo number two, I'd be packing up and moving!

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9. STOP THE CAR!

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"My 6 year old daughter in the passenger seat a few days ago looked at me and said 'Dad. When I'm seven I'm going to kill you. No wait when I'm eight'. I had to ask so 'How are you going to do that?'. She smiled and said 'I'm gonna drive over your head with this car.'"

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10. How do you sleep after this?!

Pixabay | PublicDomainPictures

"My 4 year old: 'Mummy when you were sleeping, I woke up and there was a ghost with no face standing over you touching your arm, it was taking your dreams out of your body with its mouth.' Sounds like dementors but she doesn't know Harry Potter yet."

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11. This one gave me serious chills...

Reddit | Silverchii

I'm highly skeptical of stories about the afterlife, but some stories just make the hair on my arms stand up. This is one of them.

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12. Tell Chucky to go home!

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"My niece was about 4 when I heard her laughing in my room. I walked in and asked her what she was doing and she said 'Chucky says if you stick your fingers in your eyes they come out of your mouth.' Then she told me Chucky lived underground. Still gives me chills."

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13. Nope.

Instagram | @percorsidartefuneraria

"We had just moved to an old house and my sister was 5. One day, she said her imaginary friend Sharon said we need to leave this place. Sharon was the name of the previous owner, who died years ago. Sarah didn't know this. We moved shortly after and the following day, the house was destroyed in a flood."

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14. This would raise some red flags for me.

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"My friend's oldest kid is 10 or 11. She found a bug, gave it a name, & back story. She played with it for a while, then crushed it. Her mom asked her why and she stared her dead in the eyes and said 'I didn't want it to ever leave me.'"

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15. I don't wanna know.

Pixabay | Mysticsartdesign

"I was babysitting my 2yo nephew. He went out of his way to stay really quiet and refused to go near the hallway where the bedrooms were. He said 'there's something in the bedroom. We have to be quiet while we play. It said if we wake it up it's going to take me away.'"

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16. Holy oedipus complex! 

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"My son once said to me. 'I'm going to marry mommy when you die.' I said 'alright buddy, good night, it's bed time.' He said 'no daddy, not good night, good bye.' I slept with the door locked and one eye open that night. My wife and I routinely joke about our oedipal son.

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