17.12.13

The Wisdom Of Kids Review & Giveaway!


I always love finding a good funny book and when I was recently contacted by Soula, an award winning designer and founder of The London Studio introducing her book The Wisdom of Kids she had me in stitches the moment I glanced eyes at the Facebook Page. From funny cards to calendars and coasters there's something for everyone featuring funny quotes about love, life and much much more all said by children. 

I'm sure many women would agree! 

As soon as the book arrived I was laughing away reading all of the funny quotes, I have to say there are some pretty hilarious and honest things said by innocent children but they do make me chuckle! Here's a little insight into the book for you to see but you'll have to buy the book to see for yourself just how funny it is.  

Ha ha ha !

This little book would make a lovely present for someone special or even a great stocker filler for Christmas. You can also order it from Amazon and it's currently on order for a limited time with 30% off making it a great gift for under £5. If you order now you can get it just in time for Christmas! However if you're not in any rush why not enter the competition below to win one yourself! 

Also don't forget to check out all of The Wisdom of Kids collection which includes lots of other cool gift items such as mugs and coaster, to calendars and wall plaques. I highly recommend following The Wisdom of Kids on Facebook as they are always updating funny posts and quotes which appear on my news feed every once in a while brightening up my day.

Now on to the giveaway!...

Today I am excited to be able to give away one of these books to one reader thanks to Soula at The Wisdom of Kids! All you need to do to be in with the chance of winning is enter via the rafflecopter below and let me know what the funniest thing you've heard your child (or another child) say. Don't forget to leave their first name and age - you never know you may see it on one of Soula's creations in the future! This competition will end on December 28th and the winner will be announced on Facebook! 

Good luck!

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56 comments:

  1. lmao this sounds hilarious! my partners brother is almost 6 and he comes out with all sorts of hilarious things. "remember what i was dead?" and his only sister asked him "whos your favourite sister?" and he replied, straight away with "not you anyway!"

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  2. "There's nothing sadder than eating sushi in the rain." - Random child in Winchester High Street. Age maybe 6 or so.

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  3. "The postman is really nice buying me all these lovely things, and he always buys me the things I like!" - abbey aged 4.
    If only he paid for them too!

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  4. "Mummy farted" spoken rather loudly by my 3 year old son Phoenix as we were in the doctors waiting room. For the record I didn't, it was the leather seats creaking :/

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  5. on being asked to do something my 7yr old grandson replied in a loud voice " for heavens sake I've only got one pair of pants"

    Xander age 7

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  6. my eldest when he was about 3 said in a really shocked voice looking through my bag "Mum! I've found something really inappropriate here!" i thought oh dear... what have I done now.. it was crayons! lol.. because the bag was upstairs and i normally didnt ask them to bring the crayons up in case they draw on the walls. Just the tone of outrage in his voice was so hilarious though :D

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  7. Ha my 7 year old Caitlin is always making us laugh. It was her Grandad's birthday last month and when I asked her what we should get him she replied 'a lightbulb' I was very confused until she explained his bedside lamp didn't work when she last went to visit!!!

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  8. My daughter Demi when she was 3 we were walking home from going to the shop. there was a council van with workers standing there. one of them dropped something and she shouted hah hah like nelson from the simpsons. the looks i got from the workmen was hilirous. i know its not much of a sentence but it had me in stitches

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  9. My grumpy 2 yo daughter told a woman in the post office; 'It's not laughing time, it's not smiling time and it's not happy time!'

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  10. We were at a farm and the cows were in breeding season. We were on the back on the tractor me my brother sister and mum and dad. The nice farmer man was explaining how what was happening was called " Bulling".

    My brother turns round to my dad and says " Daddy do you bull mummy " - Mark aged 7

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  11. Boxer chocolates from the book.
    Children can say the funniest, or cutest thing at times.

    Rachel Craig

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  12. at the moment our little girl keep shouting 'Man!' (snowman) 'Tights!' (lights) and 'Nutter!' (Santa).. cracks me up! ;)

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  13. I love hearing the funny things my friends kids say, so this book sounds right up my street!

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  14. why has that woman got a big tummy not to a pregnant lady

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  15. Daisy 22/05/2010
    driving along in car and my daughter shouts out 'idiot drivers you should walk' think mummy may of said the first bit once

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  16. Mammy do dads get pregnant too? because when mams are pregnant they eat alot and dad eats alot of things

    hahaha I wish son I replied

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  17. The book sounds like a lot of laughters to be had. A little cheer me up whenever you need one

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  18. article in paper about a child in a nativity play who froze when he came on so dad shouted just say something after thinking child said would you like a gin and tonic!

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  19. It wasn't funny at the time but on the train to London once my son started shouting FIRE, FIRE! He was only 20mths but people looked a bit worried. He shouts HELLO, HOW ARE YOU? now :)

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  20. My friends girl after seeing human skeleton in a museum:- Mummy! Is it only meat going to heaven?

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  21. "Daddy, you must be old like Santa, you have white bits on your face when you haven't had a shave." How rude! Jasmine age 5

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  22. In our house dungarees are always known as donkeynoos - named by my then 3 year old daughter. A cardigan is either a cardigonagain or a cardigoffagain, depending on whether you are cold or hot.

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  23. at swimming once my friends niece asked her in the changing rooms when she was going to get hair on her front bum, least to say she never took her swimming again lol lauren aged 4

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  24. I was asking a group of children what magic words they knew, as was running a session about Magic and Witches and Wizards. I had a few children say things like Abra Kadabra, and Izzy Wizzy, and then one boy pipes up and says "Please". Couldn't help but laugh, he was about 4 and then we asked him what it gets him and he said "to play football"

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  25. I used to pronounce lingerie 'linger-ee' and Hermione 'herm-ee-own'. We all make mistakes, right?

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  26. Pamela says - Out of the mouths of babes ...

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  27. i asked my 4 year old nephew Callum what his mummy and daddy did. He got it right when he said that 'daddy makes bread' but was a little off the mark with 'mummy eats pizza', she's a waitress at a well known pizza restaurant.

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  28. CJ aged 2 mummy look, its humpty dumpty. It was a rather gorgeous man with a neck brace on :-O x

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  29. did it hurt when i burst out of your belly button?

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  30. Aged 3 mummy why is that lady in a pram!!!!! She was in a wheelchair

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  31. Mummy whats wrong with that mans hair? said very loudly about a man who was wearing quite an obvious, bad wig! Bailey aged 5

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  32. some of these made me laugh, my 18month old copies the minions on the despicable me advert, we were in Asda the other week and there was one sat beside the counter and she shouts "Bottom"

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  33. Love the look of this book. I have a 10 month old daughter and can't wait until she comes out with gems like these!

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  34. My minds gone completely blank! But my little sister comes out with all sorts of funny things!

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  35. One Christmas Eve a 10 year old came into my bedroom and told me to go to sleep because Santa won't come if I don't go to sleep (I was about 24)

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  36. Whilst I worked with my wonderful children and young people I took a group out for the day in yarmouth When one of my youngest pointed toward a large lady and said very loudly "Becky why is that woman so fat?" to which an older one of the group replied "Because she is lazy and eats to much stupid!" The woman ran away before i could apologize and that lead to a very long lesson from me on other peoples feelings and knowing when to lower our voices!

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  37. One of my 4 year old twins was curious about how they got into my tummy when I was pregnant, he asked me if I ate them and that's how they ended up in my tummy :)

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  38. look at all the clowns in the sky! daniel age 5

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  39. When my mates wife told her eight year old he didn`t know when to stop eating pigs in blankets on
    christmas day he said "Yes I do I`ll eat till I`m sick and then I`ll stop! "

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  40. Little girl of 4 in a restaurant on Christmas day..... ' sometimes I still suck mummy's boobies but there's no milk left but that's OK cause I don't even like milk anyway’

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  41. When my gran passed away my daughter confidently told me not to worry that she was now in space. Freya 3

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  42. I can sit and read this for ages my grandchildren are always making me laugh such a pleasure....Barbara s

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  43. When my son was younger he used to put his ear to your chest so he could hear your heart 'beep'

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  44. Where do babys come from, do they come from your belly button

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  45. my son once asked me ( when I was taking him to school on my way to an anti-natal class ) could he go to visit his aunty natal because he had never met her.
    @vandervaulk

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  46. Katie Walden Hall27 December 2013 at 17:16

    Kids are so funny :)

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  47. my daughter once said, oh look daddy that man has a goat......it was a english bull terrier

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  48. my son joshua comes out with the funniest things at times. he came running in last week after playing in his bedroom 'look mummy, look, im rudolf with not just a red nose, i red face' Please somebody tell me where a 4 year old found this red sharpie pen tat i never bought!!!

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  49. The other day my son was singing the theme to Ghostbusters and he was singing "Who's sweetcorn, Ghostbusters!!" Oliver, 3

    kirstyjfox [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  50. mum am I chinese cause I like lots of Noodles... Cole then age 5

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  51. I have a much younger brother and when he was about 3 he used to insist that he had a headache in his tummy

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  52. How's the fat woman not pregnant ?

    George Williamson

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