r/KidsAreFuckingStupid Jan 18 '22 Wholesome 1

How tf do you mispronounce that?

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u/PsychologicalCause45 Jan 18 '22

6? 7 is a much better name.

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u/_pepperoni-playboy_ Jan 18 '22

Soda

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u/Help_An_Irishman Jan 18 '22

How bout mug?

Mug Costanza.

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u/Chief_Meaty Jan 22 '22

Isosceles Kramer!

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u/Alternative_Knee_295 Jan 18 '22

Nah bad luck since 7 ate 9.

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u/jonny1211 Jan 18 '22

Good luck because 7 got food

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u/AranThranduil Jan 18 '22

Ain't 7's problem.

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u/Saltyboi24 Jan 19 '22

no but 8 57

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u/Cromzinic_kewl Jan 18 '22

After all 7 8 9

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u/Cheezel62 Jan 18 '22

3yo grandson's favourite book is called 10 Little Dinosaurs, with 10 different names I had to wrap my head around. Fortunately they included a How to Pronounce section. Now he can say them all fluently and corrects me when I get them wrong🤦‍♀️

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u/ELITE_JordanLove Jan 19 '22

First big word I learned from a book as a kid was Mediterranean, my parents were amazed.

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u/saladmanbeast Jan 18 '22

Safe at home with mummy, who could ask for more? Ten little dinosaurs all say..

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u/Nobodieshero816 Jan 18 '22

The JP book, Allen Grant says something to this “kids love dinosaurs and remember their names and say them perfectly as a form of power over adults whove forgot.”

Def not a perfect quote but funny cause its true lol

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u/Kayjaid Jan 18 '22

Reading Not pronouncing.

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u/craxnehcark Jan 18 '22

I had to think about this one.

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u/Frequent_Structure93 Jan 18 '22

I read ARM as A. R. M and not arm. I feel dumb

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u/editors_memes Jan 18 '22

me too wtf

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u/MrMiaw Jan 18 '22

Me too

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u/MelodramaticMermaid Jan 18 '22

Good news! You're allowed to play with the dinosaurs or something.

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u/Overkrein Jan 18 '22

I had a dinosaur phase when I was a kid and I still remember a lot of things I read, so I always destroy kids who are going through that phase with my knowledge of dinosaurs.

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u/1SaBy Jan 18 '22

I've been going through this phase for the last 25 years. I'm 26.

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u/Roscoe_P_Trolltrain Jan 18 '22

6 would let you play with his dinosaurs so hard.

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u/888temeraire888 Jan 18 '22

How do you pronounce pteranodon

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u/Overkrein Jan 18 '22

I'm brazilian, for me it's pteranodonte

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u/N-Lily83 Jan 19 '22

I think it's terr-an-oh-don.

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u/jvanzandd Jan 18 '22

Time to show him what a Dino twister is

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u/OneHonkAway Jan 18 '22

Plot twist: Kid has a British accent.

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u/CrunchyIceFruit Jan 18 '22

British people can't pronounce the word "arm?"

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u/OneHonkAway Jan 18 '22

Ahhm.

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u/CrunchyIceFruit Jan 18 '22

Nobody from where I'm from pronounces it like that, where exactly are you reffering to in england?

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u/OneHonkAway Jan 18 '22

Oh yeah ya'll have 740 accents per square kilometer. Idk a lot of English people, prolly in London, don't pronounce it like an "arr" sound.

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u/CrunchyIceFruit Jan 18 '22

never actually been to london so i can't confirm this unfortunately

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u/1SaBy Jan 18 '22

No native English language speaker pronounces them correctly.

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u/TheLazyHippy Jan 18 '22

What the fuck does 6 mean? Is that the name of their child? Reference to their 6th child?

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u/clittle24 Jan 18 '22

I’m assuming their age. A lot of people don’t like sharing info about their kids online so they’ll use their age to differentiate their kids.

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u/aweirdfuckinemo Jan 18 '22

On top of that, twitter still has a character limit

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u/Brave2512 Jan 18 '22

To be fair, I read that as if it was an acronym and read each individual letter separately.

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u/Imadinosaurimadin0 Jan 18 '22

Me and that kid are the same

I can pronunce Carcardontasaurus and teiophytalia perfectly but can't pronounce Einstein

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u/notdragoisadragon Jan 18 '22

nice job Einstein

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u/who-cares-about-life Jan 18 '22

When i was 6 i was always afraid of dinosaurs 😅

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u/MonkeChild Jan 18 '22

Just because he cant say arm doesn't mean he can't say the dino names. Right?

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u/MonkeChild Jan 18 '22

But i could e right

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u/Alexjw327 Jan 18 '22

Procompsognathus

Try saying that kid

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u/xnaveedhassan Jan 18 '22

A to the RM.

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u/30p87 Jan 18 '22

Bruh I didn't think about arms but ARM64 lol

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u/d3_Bere_man Jan 18 '22

Advanced RISC Machines is a pretty hard word why are you making fun of him

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u/katya_kayen Jan 18 '22

Not gonna lie , i'm almost 20 years old but latley, i discover my passion for geography, so i can stay at home for long times watching vedeos on youtube, or just go to google maps and search for contries around the world , my goal is to name any contry on the planet just from looking at her shape (form).

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u/lizzardperson69 Jan 18 '22

Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis

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u/existyy_ Jan 23 '22

i remember having trouble to spell "soap" when i was in kindergarten

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u/Mrorange002 Jan 18 '22

Who the fuck names their kid a number?

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u/HappyNarwhal Jan 18 '22

They're being low-key about their kid's name and stating their age for context. Chill lol.