Everyone who is now above six must have been six at some stage, unless you come from what children refer to as ‘Topsy-Turvy land’. Poor joke? Yes! Unless you are a child or have that kid alive inside you, and that is what we deal with in this list.
If you have the child inside, you will certainly relate to whatever has been mentioned in this work of ours. Let’s move on to some theories which are bizarre for grown-ups but little kids will easily relate to.
6. We are Hospital Products…
Mummy tells little Jack that She and his dad brought him from the City hospital. Jack was born there, the doctors made him. What was a simple attempt to keep away Jack from bringing up unusual questions is actually a very acceptable theory for all the 6 years old Jack and Jullians on the planet. It is only when Jack will pass a certain age, when he will realize that he was indeed delivered at the City hospital but the assembling process took place somewhere else.
5. Super-heroes exist!
This is not rocket science really. Super-heroes do exist but the way kids visualize them is what is weird for the grown ups. Too many adults debate about the existence of aliens while little John will always be a step ahead, searching for his super-powers if in case the unknown villains come and try to snatch his Sandwich away. Everyone as kids have tried jumping off beds with hands high, hoping they will fly. It is only after many-many failed attempts and academic lessons of the laws stated by Uncle Newton and many others, the poor kid understands that humans need an airplane or something similar to fly in the real world, not just by wearing their underwears over pants and a piece of cloth over the shoulders.
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4. Bad stories are a myth!
‘Grandma, will you tell me a story?’
‘Of course dear, listen carefully! Once upon a time there lived a witch in the jungles of Gujrat. One day, the King of the State came to the jungles for hunting. The witch saw him and fell in love with him and decided to marry him at any cost……”
The story does not need be continued, because almost everyone has someday read or heard a similar story, just fit it into your version. We all come across different stories in our lives, growing up tend to pick too much what’s good and bad. For a young kid, almost every story that results in a desirable ending is perfectly fine. Ask a child and you will learn a very important life-lesson. Why let Sense destroy a great story which brings us to something very similar.
3. No Joke is corny too…
This is a major plus for a kid over himself( the older version of him). How is that possible? Well, almost everyone these days look for too much logic in everything. Look back into the days years ago as a child, when your then BFF will throw the same joke for the 376th time, and you will still laugh, even if it was insanely weird in the first attempt itself. Ion’t this the right way to go, why ever let sense and logic spoil a good laughter.
There is a reason WWE superstar John Cena is still so popular even with his bad jokes and a large proportion of adult fans tired of him. Guess why? The answer is most of his fan following comes from the same age group we are referring to here. No doubt his merchandise blow away seller-roofs, because his little fans will do almost anything to get them there desired Cena t-shirts, even if the the last solution is required. Can you guess the last eternal solution to a child’s problem?
2. Crying, and crying unstoppable.
When everything fails this is the solution. It will work more than not. Whether to persuade(blackmail) daddy to get the child a new toy or prevent teacher from scolding for the unfinished homework, tears always do the trick. The most bizarre thing for a grown-up is kids crying out loud in public to get their tasks complete. Imagine a 19 year old doing the same in public. Alas! The 19 year old will have a boyfriend or girlfriend to keep in mind as well.
1. No such thing called rivalry.
Everyone goes through this phase of life called childhood. A period when the biggest enemy is Homework. There is no problems whatsoever relating to trust, there is no fights that last longer than few minutes. No discrimination based on the colour of skin or anything else. No greed for money. It’s so astounding that the same child will grow up and become a lot more sensible and intelligent, or as we think, that is a misconception. What do you think?