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Adorablized Words: A Guide to Kids’ Pronunciation

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Something wonderfully unexpected happened last week. I posted about how my 5yo says pesketti an meapbals, and a crap ton of you shared YOUR OWN kid’s adorablized words.

There were so many great examples of how our little kidlets gnaw on the words they’re learning, and spit out their cute, weird or accidentally-vulgar mutations, that I had to showcase some of them! And I added a sprinkling Photoshop for fun!

 

A Doorbell
(Adorable) His little daughter is absolutely a doorbell. –Matt’s kid

 

Ambliance
(Ambulance) Somebody call an ambliance! –Lindsey’s kid

 

Apple Lucy
(Absolutely) I have apple lucy no idea. –Kristen’s kid
Baby Soup
(Bathing Suit) That woman’s baby soup was just way too revealing. –Lee’s kid
 
Banana
Banya
(Banana) They added a banya for scale. –Joe’s kid

 

Beat-upTurkey

Beat-Up Turkey
(Beef Jerky) Their pantry was loaded with beat-up turkey. –Monique’s kid
Bespectacled Meat
(Despicable Me) Steve Carell was hilarious in Bespectacled Meat. –Kerri’s kid

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Bitch
(Bridge) We’ll cross that bitch when we get to it. –Kendra’s kid

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Celelerlee
(Celery) He could only eat celelerlee that was plastered in peanut butter. –Cortney’s kid

 

Chepet
(Ketchup) Why are chepet packets so small? –Jennifer’s kid

 

Pumpkin-Cocaine
Cocaine
(Pumpkin) We bought our cocaine at the grocery store this year. –Nykkii’s kid

 

Cocporn
(Popcorn) There was cocporn all over the theater floor. –Maria’s kid
Cupcapes
(Cupcakes) He ate an entire cupcape in a single bite. –Dad and buried’s kid (dadandburied.com)

 

Dump-TruckDumb F*ck
(Dump Truck) Look at that big dumb f*ck coming down the street. -Whit’s kid (whithonea.com)

 

Dyson-aur
(Dinosaur) The Dyson-aurs of Jurassic Park were clones. –Lorrie’s kid

 

Engine Turtles
(Ninja Turtles) He was no match for all four Engine Turtles. –Julie’s kid

 

Gingerjail
(Ginger Ale) He drank gingerjail to create the biggest burps. –Mindy’s kid
 
Handy Booger
(Hamburger) I’ll have my handy booger medium-well, please. –Jess’ kid (shuggilippo.com)

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Hawk-a-dos
(Hotdogs) Don’t ask what’s in a hawk-a-do. –Beth’s kid

 

Heliclopper
(Helicopter) The dog was terrified of the heliclopper. –Amy’s kid

 

Hobrill
(Horrible) She liked the taste but the smell was hobrill. –Nadia’s kid
Hop Plops
(Flip Flops) It’s not a good idea to wear hop flops to a job interview. –Shelly’s kid

 

Kitchroom
(Kitchen) Too many chefs in kitchroom spoils the soup. –Jowen’s kid

 
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Lemony Vulcan
(Millennium Falcon) The Lemony Vulcan made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs. –Meggin’s kid

 

Macky and Roni Cheese
(Mac and Cheese) Macky and roni cheese is comfort food for kids. –Rachel’s kid

 

Magitch
(Magic) Hogwarts teaches magitch to young wizards and witches. –Andrew’s kid

 

Mazageen
(Magazine) He used a mazageen to swat the fly. –Fawn’s kid
Melermalton
(Watermelon) She ate melermalton slices like a typewriter. –Ashley’s niece

 

Misapeared
(Disappeared) It misapeared into thin air. –Rebecca’s kid
 
ogrebars
Ogre Bars
(Granola Bars) Hiker’s are nutty for ogre bars. –Zubrod’s kid
Oh-sh*ts
(Oranges) Nothin’ like fresh squeezed oh-sh*ts. –Jodi’s kid
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Opy Pop
(Lollipop) How many licks does it take to get to the center of an opy pop? –Greg’s kid

 

Poople
(Purple) Poople was his favorite color. –Jonny’s kid
Pututer
(Computer) Have you tried restarting the pututer? –Zoe’s kid

 

Rainboat
(Remote) Stop hogging the rainboat. –Jeanne’s kid

 

Real Hampster
(New Hampshire) Real Hampster is stunning in autumn. –Mellissa’s kid

Real-Hampster
 

Rumblers
(Molars) She was chewing on everything when her rumblers were coming in. –Pam’s kid

 

Smushmash
(Mustache) Men grow smushmashes for Smovember to raise awareness for men’s cancers. –Josh’s kid
Squiller
(Squirrel) The squillers got into bird feeder again. –Keisha’s nannied kid
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Star-Warersa

Star Warersa
(Star Wars) Everybody’s talking about the new Star Warersa film. –Stacie’s kid

 

Strawboobies
(Strawberries) The strawboobies should be ripe now. –Christine’s kid
Twat-let
(Chocolate) Try not to let the twat-let melt in your hand. –Jamie’s kid

Twat-let-Chocolate
 

Vaganya
(Lasagna) Garfield’s favorite food is vaganya. –Michelle’s kid
Webben
(Eleven) These go to webben. –Luba’s kid

 

Kid’s are just too cute. I hope you enjoyed this completely useless guide to the adorablized words of kids’ pronunciation.
 

12 Comments

12 Responses to “Adorablized Words: A Guide to Kids’ Pronunciation”

  1. Fawn says:

    These are amazing!!! I love kidisims.

  2. Melissa P says:

    My daughter called crocodiles “choc-a-dollas” for the longest time. And the game Hungry, Hungry Hippos was “Choc-a-dollas,” too!

  3. Emma Johnson says:

    My dear daughter (almost 3) says strawbuhberries and instead of I don’t she says I can’t want that.

  4. Heather C says:

    My 5 year old son calls the refrigerator the “freezerator” and he calls WalMart “WarMart” haha!

  5. jess says:

    My son’s watches a show called “gravity falls” he calls it “grab the meatballs” he also says “comfing rum” instead of coming from. Gubble bum for bubble gum.

  6. Brady says:

    Walking into my son’s kindergarten class on costume day, he come runnign across the room yelling, “Daddy! I’m Octimus Crime!”

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Riving room = living room
    Jake and the living room pirates= Jake and the never land pirates
    Moodles= noodles but moodle = piano
    Spadaddy and mebos = spaghetti and meatballs

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Oh and “bang berry” = “the big bang theory”

  9. Nicole says:

    My son used to call skeletons “bone heads.” I loved it. Also, he ate handaburgers. I also babysat a girl who would only eat loop and meats (soup and lunchmeat).

  10. John says:

    Some of my favorites our Daughter Phia used to say are:

    “Fire Distinguisher”
    “Air Refreshener”
    and
    “Emu” instead of email

  11. Sarah says:

    My 3 year old daughter told me “I live in purpose.” It took awhile for me to figure out she meant Paris (we had been reading the Madeline books).

  12. Jenny says:

    My 3yr asks for smelly ham friendges which means salami sandwich. He also used to call his baby brother baby fuckie! Fortunately grown out of that one lol.

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