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kidsplaining

As if "Mansplaining" was bad enough, now the youth want to get in the action. Redditor u/the-mjolner-lisa needed to discuss the definition of everyone's new favorite word... Kidsplaining

This should be a thing. When your kid tries to explain something or tell you how it works in a very cute way but is totally wrong.

For example my almost 4-year-old told me how radio towers work. "There is a song or a radio sound and the radio tower has a big magnet in it, and when we want to listen to the sound the big magnet makes the song go into the little magnet in the phone."

Apparently I need to start watching some of these science shows with her because she was right.

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