Sometimes, kids just know what’s what. Not usually in terms of what-to-eat and what-not-to-eat, though.
Lately, because we are hilarious (and because we watch too much New Girl), my husband and I have begun calling children “youths.”
We hear kids playing in the snow outside:
“Damn youths, always frolicking around.”
We see some teens walking down the street:
“Look at those youths with their saggy pants and their Abercrombie shirts.”
We hear a baby cry in public:
But for as much flack as we give them, youths are actually pretty cool. In particular, super-youthy-youths… a.k.a. children.
Since I spend roughly 40 hours of my week with one of these aforementioned youths (I’m a nanny), I’ve been pondering the many ways in which kids have it right (and no, I’m not talking about wearing diapers, although that would be super convenient). Let’s delve, shall we?
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