'My Mom Pees Her Pants When She Runs’: 7 Times Kids Shared Too Much

What's the most embarrassing thing your kid has ever blurted in public?

By Macaroni KID April 23, 2024

Kids truly say the darnedest things, often at the most inopportune moments. Their brutal honesty can lead to pretty embarrassing situations ... and make us, their poor parents, want to crawl into a hole and hide. 

Here are just a few of the more than 50 embarrassing moments readers shared with us about the mortifying yet laugh-out-loud things that have tumbled out of the mouths of their little ones, collected from a Facebook post where readers shared their cringe-worthy experiences.

1. TMI at the checkout

Shopping trips can be mundane ... until your child loudly informs the cashier: “My mom's not wearing a bra.” Buying groceries just got a lot more interesting — or mortifying!

2. A bewitching encounter

When this mom's toddler spotted an elderly lady getting out of her car, she had what to her toddler mind was an exciting epiphany she had to share. 

“I didn't know witches were real!” she shouted.

3. Accidental thief

“Aren't you going to pay for that?” this toddler announced in a crowded store, prompting suspicious glances from everyone around. Nothing says 'awkward' like your child making everyone think you're a thief.

4. Unintended confessions

A mom found her innocent crush on her child's principal outed when her daughter announced at a school meeting when he walked in "Oh hey mom, there's your hottie!"

5. The overly informative greeting

Imagine meeting a neighbor for the first time and your 7-year-old decides to break the ice by sharing, “My mom pees her pants when she runs.” 

Yes, that's definitely one way to make a memorable first impression. Great job, kid.

6. Musical misfire ... at mass

During a quiet moment in mass, this mom's 2-year-old decided to belt out “I like Big BUTTS and cannot lie!” I mean, it is the perfect time for confession.

7. Fast food tell-all

Is there a better time to talk about your mom's, ahem, bathroom issues than church? This child didn't think so, announcing "Taco Bell makes mom have to poop." She's not alone, kid. 

Next time your child says something embarrassingly hilarious, just remember, someday soon it'll make a great story. For today, though? We get it if you just want to slink away and hide.

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