Top 10 Most Annoying Things Little Kids DoThings little kids do. My niece and nephew always wanna bother me when they come over.
I don't want to play with my little sister, my bootlicko older sister wanted me to play with her, I don't want to play with my older sister because she will kick me off of computer if I don't do something for her, ha good thing she is no longer a gamer because she kept on talking to her ex.
Little kids are the most annoying things to me personally, and it's the parents' faults. Most of them don't do anything to stop their children, and let them get away with almost anything just because they're "cute." I don't ' care if they're "cute," I care about the actions not the face. It doesn't matter if they seem "cute," you need to enforce the rules on them and treat them like a normal person. If not, they're going to get worse...
If you're not going to enforce your little ones the rules in life, they're going to be the most annoying things ever. No one will like them honestly, because no one likes whiny annoying brats that scream and expect to get their way.
That brings another point: Stop giving them everything they want. It's going to teach them the wrong things in life, they'll expect to be handed everything when people aren't going to even care about them as they get older. Face facts kids: This is reality, not "your world where you rule and ...more
I once was playing at the park, and this little girl walked up to me and wanted me to play 'Princesses' with her. I didn't want to look like a jerk, so ai had to play along for a while. I was really stupid when I was little, and I'm really embarrassed by it. I used to pretend to be a cartoon character in public. IN PUBLIC. How did my mom stand me?!
This happened a few minutes ago...
My brother asked me to play with him, and I said no. So he stole my books and hid them! And when he gave them back (After a long time) he said if I would play with him, and I said no, and then he started crying. And my mom had to get involved, of course, and UGH!
WOOW this IS what my brother do all the times. So one time I was sitting at the sofa and watching T.V. right? Then my brother comes from nowhere and sits down and starts kicking me. So we started fighting and I ran all over the house. After my brother starts whining and cries. So my grandma comes and pick him up and shouts at me for no reason. Then I told my Grandma about but she doesn't believe me and said " he is just playing with you" and I hate every time she says that.
One time my brother and his friend did a stupid thing for no reason, they messed up my room and stuff. Then I got mad and knocked over his books. And then he lied on his bed and refused to clean my stuff up because I knocked over his books, and I got in trouble also.
In Roblox she accepted this shady person as my roommate then Makes My Roblox character kiss her!
On Christmas 2015 my cousin hit me with an iPad. She then told me that I was being annoying to her. I told them that I didn't do anything. Guess who they believed? That's right... my cousin! >:(
Then they get mad at you without even bothering to listen to why you got mad at them, even if it's a good reason. Does him/her being little take every bit of my right to ever be mad at him/her away?
My cousins scream a lot, I tell them to shut up, they cry for my relatives, and then I end up getting in trouble. Need I say more?
I'm the oldest of my 9 year old brother and 6 year old sister. I am also one to get annoyed easily. This happens every day.
Well maybe me getting mad at your kids wouldn't be such a problem if you disciplined them.
Chances are that if you're on this list an complaining about something a little kid did, you're actually the annoying one. Stop getting mad at them for being younger than you and try to have fun with them.
I wouldn't mind having to watch Gumball, or We Bare Bears, or Gravity Falls, or... You get the idea. But I won't watch Sanjay and Craig, Breadwinners, Pickle and Peanut, or new PPG.
I am okay with it as long if I can insult it. But I am not a baby show hater.
I am forced to watch Octonauts. AND I'm sure I have little einsteins theme stuck in my head for life
My younger sister went on a field trip to the Detroit Institute of Art. (which is an art muesum) There was this really jumpy kid in her group, and she kept jumping and thumping around when they were on the top floor. She also almost knocked over an antique tea set. Then her friend started to carry her around when their group went down the stairs. The chaperone told her to put her down because that wasn't safe, so then her friend DROPPED her down the stairs. She landed safely on a step, but whined, "Oww! My butt hurts! " A couple was walking past them and gave her weird looks. She almost touched the paintings and statues, and the chaperone was like, "DON'T TOUCH THE PAINTINGS! " But the girl just kept yelling until they entered a really big room with lots of people. She started screaming so she could hear her echo, and EVERYBODY in the room turned and looked at us. So embarrasing.
Every time that I go to restaurants and other people bring kids ages 0-6, the kids always scream and throw tantrums, but the parents do absolutely NOTHING but say "There, There, It's okay." and sometimes even encourage their kids to sing loudly in public.
My friends nephew is three years old and always swears at her. Then he stomps and screams "YO GABBA GABBA! " When he doesn't get to watch it. Then her sister (his mom) spanks him and yells at him. He screams for another two hours and trashes the house.
This is much like Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, where instead of awesome music, you get to listen to the four main characters NOT SHUTTING UP!
I understand that little kids are very curious, but sometimes that gets very annoying! I like to fly drones, and lots of times when I fly, some annoying little kid (sometimes more than 1) stares at me flying and comments on every move I make with my drone. Sometimes they even ask to fly my drone, whether they know how to or not. Again, I understand they are curious and that me flying a drone will definitely attract them, but so they have to be so nosy about it? Just look at me flying for a moment, then go away! I can't fly with you staring at me like I'm a celebrity and running a commentary on my flights. Plus, if you're not good at flying drones, or know nothing about doing so, then don't ask to fly mine! They cost a fair amount of money, and I can't afford to buy a new one every three days!
There's this insanely annoying 5-year old kid who lives near me. Every time I see him (which, sadly, is almost every day) he follows me around, bombs me with annoying questions (How did you get so tall? How old are you? Why do you walk around instead of skip around and play with other kids?), stares at me, invades my privacy, and never shuts up. I must mention that he's also a whiny brat. Seriously, can't he just leave me alone for some time? I'm three times as old as him, and the expects me to act like I'm a third my age!
So true... We once visited a neighboring family, and every time I used my phone, one of their kids would look over my shoulder. Ever heard of personal space before, huh? Plus, why do you care what I'm doing on my phone? It's none of your business, just leave me alone!
It's so annoying whenever I go to the park, I'm quietly reading on the bench, and some 3 year old comes and asks to play with me.
Kid: Can you play with me?
Me: Well, I uh, have to read for my homework.
Kid: Wha does that mean?
Excuses never work on little kids...
Once my mom would force me to make videos of myself singing terribly to random songs just to entertain my cousins while they were eating dinner.
When my 9 year old cousin was younger she forced me to wipe her butt for her after she used the restroom. She was like 3 or 4 at the time.
Buy the world, make me fly, eat an entire school lunch without throwing up!
My friend's cousin asked for Morrowind, because she is 15, but her parents said no and when her 6 year old sister asked for Call of Duty, she gets it!
If our world depends on the youth of today, I can see the earth lasting another 20 years.
The definition of my annoying nephew.
I hate being the oldest.
I sometimes have to wear an eye patch because I just had a surgery on my eye, and we went out to eat. This rude little kid kept staring at me because I was wearing that. Then she loudly asked her mom, "Mommy, why did that girl paint over her eye? " Mind your own business, you brat!
I hate when this happens in public. A little kid will just stare at me and not look away. Sometimes I try not to make eye contact or sometimes I'll just stare right back at them, not blinking until they look away.
This summer in 2019, we went to India for 5 weeks, which I don't enjoy. And we met my 3 year old twin cousins, who were fine two years ago, but turned super obnoxious. And I was watching YouTube on their T.V.. And mom made me stop and I got into an argument because I was dying of boredom and depression due to the fact that there is pretty much nothing fun to do on India trips except watching T.V.. And my cousins were staring at me. I was so mad that day!
Years ago I was at Ocean City MD and was playing Final Furlong at one of the arcades and a baby was staring at me. Also years ago I was at Wildwood NJ riding a coin operated horse at Ed's Funcade and a toddler was staring at me. I was a teenager at the time and I was just being random and having fun.
I used to like the song Dynamite by BTS, I am a huge ARMY and it was a fun and catchy song but THEN my brother came along and played it 247 and now I can't stand it. He has to ruin all good songs by playing them over and over, and the worst part is he has to DANCE along too and his dance moves are horrible and cringy, and my mom thinks its CUTE.
UGH! I hate it when they do that. I mean I will acknowledge Frozen to be a good movie but when kids never shut up about the movie and start singing the songs all over again, I start to grow cynical about it. Why is their singing a problem?
1. They can't sing Let it Go. I know they're little kids but Jackie Evancho could sing at a very young age too so NO EXCUSES.
2. They sing it constantly at a rapid-fire speed and refuse to stop. One time, my little sister kept singing Let it Go very loudly whilst I was studying for an exam and then I nicely told her to sing the song quietly but she refused and even sung right on my ear just to annoy me and then I just snapped at her. It may seem harsh but I was revising for an exam that was like a couple of days away.
If you thought that's bad, I once saw two kids doing the whip nae-nae dance while waiting at the cinema lobby. This is why I am pro-choice now and that abortion should be legal world-wide.
I saw a little girl with a shirt saying "I know all the lyrics of frozen and I will sing them to you" unbelievable!
I don't care if no one pays attention to me. I just wish my family would cut the baby talk and coddling them, even when they're being brats.
The exact same thing happens also when my relatives are out in public together or at a family party together.
Like when my niece and nephew come over its like I'm not even there
When I was 9 at Spode, I was playing a game with my friends and another girl called Helena and she had a six year old sister called Julia who was also playing and in the game she said I was not allowed to have a boyfriend because I hadn't had one in real life. She was SIX and she had a boyfriend in the game. I bet she has never had a boyfriend. I don't really think I actually like her that much. But she will be older and I think she will have matured since.
Once my mom told my cousins that I wasn't potty trained until I was nearly 4. they were fully potty trained by age 2 1/2. When they hear that they were all like "HAHA" and started taunting me and saying stupid things like "Let's throw a party to celebrate our older cousin being in diapers longer than us! "
SO STUPID! >:(
My little sisters always make fun of me for talking to boys and saying I have a boyfriend right in front of them!
Just say: you can make fun of me all you want but just remember... I have no problem going back to prison.
For real. I freakin' hate it when you go for a morning walk in the park and some kid starts trailing after you like you're Justin Bieber. Even worse, their parents don't even notice. Most of the time, I see the child's parent/guardian chatting with someone or talking on the phone when this happens. Just pay attention to your kid so others can enjoy life without your kid corrupting it!
This should be number one! Whenever you're trying to take a walk, or are strolling around a store, they follow you regardless of whether they even know you. It's very frustrating.
Little kids in my school are so ugly and stupid.At break they keep on following me and when I'm minding my own business they ask me to play with them.
I have heard parents say that the age of about 2-3 is when children are hardest to take care of given that that they are able to run around but have yet to learn the consequences of anything. They knock things over, put them in their mouths, draw on everything and in general you have to watch them all the time to make sure they aren't ruining your possessions or hurting themselves.
I used to sometimes chew on my dolls (which would leave obvious bite marks on their hands and feet) or chew holes in my clothing when I was in elementary school when I was stressed out or bored. Luckily, I've outgrown this habit and completely stopped doing it by 5th grade.
My dad's friend has a toddler, so I have to hide all my toys when he comes over. I am so glad my sister's not a little kid (She's in 2nd grade, but very smart and mature (not hormonally), so she's alright).
I once had one of my brother's friends over, and he had to take his brother over too. He put his mouth on everything, and made the biggest mess my room has ever been in.
I used to have a Simpsons toy watch that said "are we there yet, no" 3 times when the button was pushed. Unfortunately, it eventually stopped working a few years after I got it.
Luckily my cousins don't do this. During a 5 hr flight to San Francisco my cousins and I were on the same plane together and we were also on the same flight home together. We just either slept or played with our iPads.
I don't say that when I was a little kid. I asked the question "How many minutes until we get there" Which might still be annoying.
This is why your kid should play with Google maps. I've been using it since I was 7.
It's even more annoying when they go tattling on you, then you're the one that gets in trouble. Okay, sorry I don't want to spend every waking second of my life with your spoiled kid 10 years younger than me.
I hate the gummy bear so much, I want to kill him.
That song sucks I wouldn't want to play it, but it would suck if I had to
When I was in kindergarten, the whole class (except for me) was obsessed with this song
Do I even have to explain this one?
I agree with someone who posted a comment about a conversation as an example. This is a reason why Laid Back Parents refuse to acknowledge their kids to let them get away with anything, as evidenced in a tats top video of customers in retail
Gretchen: What are you doing?
Me: *Playing Bloodborne and ignores her*
Gretchen: If you don't tell me what you are doing, I'm telling Mom!
Me: Shut up! You're not my parent!
If I had a sister, in order for me to shut them up, I'd head to my drum set, and play a Neil Peart style solo.
Wait...oh. That'd just make them scream louder.
My sister talks like a gangster and constantly says "dude" and yeah" ALL THE TIME! And I don't even talk like that
Yes, my 5 year old cousin once tried to hit me, so I grabbed her wrist stop. She tried to hit me again with her other hand, so I grabbed it too. When she realized she couldn't move (both of us can't since I'm holding her hands with both of mine), she spat straight at my face. It was a big saliva that landed between my eyes, so my reaction is violent. Since then, she would spit at me when she is angry or just want to piss me off (in otger words, she spits every time she wants). She loves my reaction. It is gross, I hate it.
Once my little cousin spat at my face just because I wanted to talk to him and I got blamed. UGH!
One time when a 4 year old kid lost to monopoly when I won, and he threw the dice across the room and they got lost under the couch, took us about 10 mins to get it out, then he tried ripping up the money, until his mom yelled at him no!
Once my cousins, sister, and I were playing Mario Party 9 and one of my cousins would whine whenever she lost a mini-game.
Well today I was playing mario party 8 with my friend and his little brother, his little brother had the most stars and I had 3, my friend had 1, and the cpu had 0, I got all the bouns stars and won, he threw a fit because he lost after being so close to winning he threw the wii remote in the T.V. and broke their T.V., then cracked the mario party 8 disc in half he got sent to his room, he in there now
That is so annoying when they do, I seen many little kids rage when they lose a game
Whenever my brother farts me says "ha. I farted"
My siblings are stronger than they look. My sister has been physically bullying me for a DECADE! I broke my arm once because my sister pushed me out of a tree after I climbed to the top. My brother is constantly hurting me when I do ANYTHING to him! He once slapped me so hard I had a red mark on my face for 3 days because I beat him in a game of trouble.
God, my friend, Billy (William) goes with table tennis with me. We were both 10 then, and there was this one year 1 or 2 (or grade 1 or 2) and that's right after nursery and foundation, so like 5. Her name was Tia, and she kicked Billy so hard in his back he started crying! Table tennis teacher did nothing about it, didn't even look.
Once some little kid was being an absolute retard to me. I told them to knock it off, then they start hitting me and trying to hurt me. The kid's parents weren't paying any attention to her, and it took me a long time to finally get that kid to leave me alone.
This really aggressive boy at school choked me and slapped my arm. My younger sis heard and tried to do the same to me. But failed because she was only 7 years old at the time