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Kids truly have no filter. They will say anything and everything to their teachers. They don't understand what's appropriate or inappropriate to say.

Plus, we tend to use innocent words that mean something else given the right context. Put the word "adult" in front of something and suddenly it's definitely not for kids. Fore example, "adult" beverage or "adult" movie.

It isn't until the age of seven when kids start to have their sense of internalized consciousness, reason, and morals. Tons of things are happening in the brain around this time that are incredibly important for development.

So when you put a bunch of five and six year olds in a room together who have no filter and lack a sense of morals, you're bound to get a few good stories. Redditors shared their best stories of kids saying inappropriate things in kindergarten.

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