10+ Cute Kids Who Take Instructions Too Literally

#1 Dad was fixing a computer. Then 4 year old son asked ‘why’, so dad answered that it was to make it work faster. And son solved the problem.

#2 Kids often take instructions too literally.

#3 Granddad told grandson to get ready for a bedtime story adventure. And kid grabbed his warm hat and a flashlight.

#4 Parents asked their son to use chopsticks at a Japanese restaurant.

#5 Mom asked son to put a jar of water in dog’s bowl.

#6 Kids logic.

#7 When kid was asked to draw hands on the clocks.

#8 The letter to Santa from first grade class.

#9 Mom told 5-year-old he could watch TV as soon as he ate half of his hot dog.

#10 Father told his daughter she couldn’t take clothes off the hangers and try them on so he got this.

#11 When kid was asked not to eat all of the strawberries…

#12 Father told his son that he doesn’t want to see the cooler in the room again.

#13 This is how 3-year-old girl put her toys away.

#14 When dad said to keep eyes on the ball.

#15 Homework of 6-year-old boy.

#16 When parents said that he can train his puppy using YouTube.

#17 Parents told 3-year-old daughter that New Years are special because people get toasts. Then she said: “Are we gonna make toast now?!”

#18 Kid said that mom gave him too many grapes. Then mom answered that he can just eat half of them.

#19 Toddler was asked to feed the cat.

#20 Teacher asked to bring a fish to school day.

#21 This boy was told he couldn’t go outside.

#22 When mom asked her son to play outside.

#23 Mom said that son needs to really think about the art.

Source: www.boredpanda.com

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