Silly sentences list

100+ Funny Sentences in English for Silly Kids

It is somewhat understandable why grammar can seem like an intimidating subject, especially for a kid. However, there’s always a fun way to learn new things. With funny sentences, kids can learn how to construct sentences, explore and learn new words and also have a fun time simultaneously.

Here are funny sentences that will help a kid gain a good grip over the language and also have a good laugh:

  1. The cat drove the car
  2. The puppy makes great pizzas
  3. My sister jumped on an octopus
  4. John wants to buy a cake for his frog
  5. His dog loves roller-coaster rides
  6. The orange ate the apple while I was away
  7. The giant lion baked cookies for Christmas
  8. I sold 10 apple pies to the dinosaur next door
  9. The cat ate a bowl of cereal
  10. The monkey asked me for help with his homework
  11. Jen’s pet squirrel sent me a text message
  12. The fat rat sat on the mat
  13. Kat married the iguana this Tuesday
  14. My parrot failed the Math test
  15. My brother wanted to visit the lion’s den
  16. My cat was flying all day yesterday
  17. The penguins played poker all evening
  18. I befriended a pumpkin because he was lonely
  19. The seagulls had a financial crisis
  20. The elephants played chess because they were bored
  21. The mice under the bed are angry on my mother
  22. They ate laptops for dinner
  23. Look! It’s raining chocolates
  24. The monkeys fought with the gorillas
  25. Richard went for a walk with his lizards
  26. My friends live in the zoo
  27. I went to see the doctor because I ran out of candies 
  28. My dogs went on a vacation
  29. Timothy gave me a basket of worms for my birthday
  30. The refrigerator gave Margot dance classes
  31. The frogs and the fishes sang in harmony
  32. The turtle divorced the pigeon because she was sick
  33. Jill’s house is made of chocolate cake
  34. The circle and the square left the rectangle alone
  35. I went fishing with the sharks this Sunday
  36. Dear math, grow up and solve your own problems.
  37. Keep looking up, there may be a rainbow waiting for you.
  38. When I’m too big for you to hold, I’ll hold you instead.
  39. If you listen very quietly, it sounds like the rain is playing music in the grass and the trees.
  40. Graham: Everyone in my class wants to be a doctor.

Mom: What do you want to be when you grow up?

Graham: A cheetah. Or a pig.

  1. I really love being human, but some days I really wish I could be a fairy.
  2. Mommy, I’m not joking, I’m not kidding, and I’m not playing. I NEED chocolate.
  3. Fog is just clouds that have fallen down.
  4. Ow! My eye! I didn’t know where my hand was going. I thought it wanted to rest behind my head but it wanted to poke me in the eye.
  5. It was fun being famous on my birthday
  6. Mommy, I love you. When monsters come, I will save you.
  7. I really wish I had some yoga pants even though I really don’t do yoga . Kind of like you, mom
  8. Ashlyn, age 6: “Mommy, guess what?”

Mom: “What?”

Ashlyn: “I just love you.”

  1. Are we taking the stairs or the alligator?
  2. Mom: Good morning! Do you need a hug?

Erik: Actually, I need pancakes and not this hug.

  1. Mom: “Henry, you can come down out of time-out now.”

Henry, age 3: “No thanks, I’m at the French Revolution.”

  1. Mommy, I wish you were my age so you can be my daughter.

In my heart, I’m still little.

  1. I think I’m gonna be good for the rest of my life. Well, except when I make mistakes, but we can blame that on my emotions.
  2. Luke: Mom, when was I born?

Mom: February 17th, 2009.

Luke: Hey, that’s my birthday.

  1. 4-year-old Auggie in front of boutique display mannequins: “Meet my new family, mom. They are the quiet people.
  2. Mom, sorry but I accidentally peed behind the toilet and also on that shoe.
  3. Sick Benji, age 3: “Mommy, my nose isn’t working. I need a new one, please.”
  4. If you put duck tape on a chicken, will it fall or do you need chicken tape?
  5. I’m just gonna give you little kisses because big kisses make you grow and mommies aren’t allowed to grow anymore.
  6. When I was in the backyard, my sock fell off and went over the fence.
  7. Stella bantering with her new stuffed toy: “You don’t like potatoes? I don’t like potatoes too!
  8. You’re so good at tying shoes, mamma. You’re the best one ever. I think you need a trophy, mamma.
  9. I never sleep with my mom in her bed because she has really big toots.
  10. Mommy, you never forget things. You always remember that you forgot. So you never really forget.
  11. I will miss you while I’m sleeping
  12. Violet is crying.

Mom: Violet, what’s wrong? Why are you so upset?

Violet: Because I can’t get this shirt to work!

Mom: Violet, honey… You can’t get the shirt to work because they are pants

  1. 2-year-old Ty is pooping on a potty trainer and talking to his poops: “Have fun in the sewer!”
  2. Mom, do snowmen poop? Haha, never mind that’s silly! They don’t have butts.
  3. Country song playing in the room: Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey, whiskey makes my baby feel a little frisky.
  4. 3-year-old Jack: Mom, whiskey makes babies?
  5. “I wish we were fairies, our life would be easier.
  6. A mom and her daughter Grace are folding clothes. Grace sings: “You gotta know when to hold them, know when to fold them.”
  7. Caroline: What are taxes?

Mom: Taxes are money we pay to the government.

Caroline: Why?

Mom: Because it’s the law.

Caroline: Oh, that’s silly.

  1. Mom, I want a hot dog. They don’t come from dog though, do they?
  2. Daddy, you tell me a boy story. Maybe you can tell me about ninja turtles. Is there a ninja turtle that likes purple?
  3. Mommy, my cousins were talking girl talk and they said I have to kiss a girl and marry her. I just want to stay with you and daddy
  4. Mom, I found this piller-piller outside. He doesn’t have any family or friends so he’s going to live with us now.
  5. Mommy, when I’m old, will I still be your sweet baby boy?
  6. 5-year-old Clark gets hurt: “Ouch! Oh, I wish Bay max was here
  7. Dad: You and me are about to go out and have fun.6-year-old Clark: You and I, Dad.
  8. Mommy, there’s a fly in here on my wall. It was flying by me, so I gave it my tough face.
  9. I felt like today was going to be a bad Valentine’s Day, since I don’t have a Valentine, but it was actually a pretty good day
  10. My daddy works so much because he loves me
  11. Mom, button my sweater please. I’m going to go slay a dragon.
  12. Did I behave awesome in the store? Even better than dad?
  13. You can make a wish but it’s not magic. People have to make it happen.
  14. Man, those flowers are very good listeners, but they kind a like to beg me for stuff all the time. Like, they beg for bananas
  15. 3-year-old Stella is eating sugary treats: “Mom! The sugar bugs in my mouth are laughing so hard right now
  16. Why’d you make the dog get fixed? Now he’s never going to get a wife.
  17. I wish that I was a doggie, but I’m not. I’m a two-year-old big sister
  18. Mommy, can you give me one more push on the swing? For America
  19. Mommy, who’s your friend Prosecco that you keep talking about?

Mom: What should we get Grandma for Mother’s Day?

Son: She’s not a mom, she’s a grandma.

Mom: She’s a mom. She’s your father’s mom.

Son: Well, that sounds like it’s his problem.

  1. 3-year-old child: Mommy, I need to wear my goggles so I don’t have to see people.

Mom: Grab me a pair too.

  1. 4-year-old child: I’m kind and nice, Mommy. And you’re kind and nice.

Mom: Aww, thank you!

4-year-old child: No, no, I said you’re kind of nice.

  1. Mom: I’m so lucky to be your mom.

6-year-old child: I’m so lucky to have so many LEGOs.

  1. 5-year-old son picking up a bra: “Mom, there’s your boob clothes”.
  2. I pledge allegiance to the flag of Captain America.
  3. Mom: It’s going to be a little chilly today, buddy, so you’re going to have to wear pants.

2-year-old Cohen Micah: *Gasp!* Did my shorts grow?

  1. “I wasn’t hitting Brady, I was just loving him with my boot!”
  2. Erik: Mom, I need a phone.

Mom: You can have a phone when you’re 12. Besides, who do you need to call?

Erik: Well, The Ghostbusters.

Quick Links

  1. Tongue Twisters for Kids
  2. Funny Nouns List for Mad Libs

Using Silly Sentences to Build Language Skills + Printable Game Sheet

The Cow Jumped Over the … What?!

Grammar can seem like an intimidating subject, but not when you explore it with Silly Sentences! Using the 124 color-coded puzzle pieces included with the hilarious game, kids learn how to construct sentences, discover the functions of different words, and have a blast at the same time!

Although Silly Sentences is recommended for children age 4-7, older kids won’t be able to resist the absurdity of the sentences that are created during gameplay. Get ready for lots of laughter and tons of very silly sentences!

Let’s Get Started

The first thing you’ll notice is that every card is color-coded according to grammatical function. Nouns are orange, adjectives are blue, verbs are green, prepositions are pink, articles are yellow, and periods are purple. Sort out all the orange noun cards and place them face-up in the center of the table so everyone can see which nouns are available to use. Deal out the remaining cards to the players.

Now that you have your cards, sort them by color and put each color in a pile.

How to Play

On each turn, players may do one of the following:

  1. Lay a card from their pile and pick a noun to play along with the card they laid.
  2. Lay a card from their pile, add an adjective (if they have one), and pick a noun to add as well.
  3. Lay a card from their pile that cannot be followed by an adjective or a noun.

It’s your turn first! Look for an article card to start your sentence—and remember that articles are yellow! You have to begin every sentence with a capital letter, so find an article card with a capital letter—it could be either The or A—and place it on the table.

Do you have an adjective that you can play? If so, go ahead and play it and then choose a noun to play, too. If you don’t have an adjective, just play a noun card with your article.

It looks like you can play an adjective from your pile and add a noun from the table to your sentence.

You picked scary and cow! Good choice!

Now Player 2 can either add on to your sentence or start a new one of her own. She decides to add on to yours and plays the verb card jumped. Player 3 adds a pink preposition card, over, and then it’s your turn again.

Can you finish the sentence? Find a lower-case article card, like a, and then pick an adjective card (if you have one) and a noun card to add to your sentence. This is where the sentence might get very, very silly!

You don’t have an adjective, but you can play a noun card, so you play the word house and your turn is over.

In Silly Sentences, every sentence has to end with a period, so the next player plays his purple period card and completes the sentence.

Your sentence is complete, so it’s time to read it out loud: The scary cow jumped over a house. Now that’s a silly sentence!

You can have as many sentences going as you like (AND you can play on the other players’ sentences, too), but if you can’t add a card to any of the sentences in play, you miss your turn. The first player to use all his cards is the winner!

Look at all those silly sentences!

6 Ways to Build Language Skills with Silly Sentences

  1. Practice sentence construction. This game provides a physical way to construct sentences that hands-on learners are going to love. Because the cards only connect in very specific combinations, kids quickly learn how the different words work together to form sentences.
  2. Learn grammatical functions. The color-coded cards are perfect for helping kids become familiar with the grammatical functions of the words in a sentence. As you play, use the grammatical terms (articles, adjectives, nouns, verbs, and prepositions) as often as possible to help kids learn these terms.
  3. Reinforce the basic rules for creating a sentence. You can’t start a sentence without a capital letter, and you can’t finish one without punctuation.
  4. Build vocabulary. Forty of the 124 cards are noun cards and every noun card has a picture to illustrate the word. Even if your child is unfamiliar with the noun, the picture on the card will help him learn the word.
  5. Add some extra silliness. Instead of placing the noun cards face up on the table, keep them hidden so that each noun is a surprise when chosen.
  6. Have a contest! Have each player choose two cards from the noun pile. Now see who can play the silliest sentence using just the cards in his or her pile.

Notes from Our Game Testers

  • The puzzle pieces are very sturdy and should stand up to a lot of gameplay.
  • The game instructions include a simpler puzzle activity suitable for younger players.

Does your family have a favorite board game that is a fun and “sneaky” way to build language skills? Please share in the comments below!

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The weirdest and most stupid marriage proposals imaginable





For every man to propose to his beloved is a terrible stress. Indeed, in order for the second half to answer in the affirmative, everything must be perfect and unforgettable. Every guy who is about to propose marriage nervously plays this scene over and over again in his head. But not these guys.. It seems that instead of thinking everything through, they did everything spontaneously and with the help of what they had at hand.

"I said yes"

"? Do you go out for Brittani"

in the style of a road sign, and each passing lady thought about itself



222 From Pepsi packs

Well, at least not with a finger on dirty glass

Spray paint and a fence, what else do you need?

9Ol000 "Carolyn Summers, will you marry me?"

It will be a shame if she says no

Two surprises at once0003

necessary - soaked

on the rumpled garage door - the most it is

Apparently the answer should be left in the groom



Another tattoo

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"There are many fish in the sea here, but you are the only one for me. Will you marry me Cassidy? With love, Jake"0002 Better postcards than the packaging of sauce not to find

"I took out a ring to make an offer"

"and dropped it in the hole of the gopher .."


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25 stupid things that make all couples fight

April 9, 2021 Relations

If you've been living together for more than a week, you must have quarreled over one of these irrational reasons.


1. Temperature regime

You put on socks, pants, a sweater and remember where the fur coat hangs when you suddenly find that all the windows in the apartment are wide open. Or, conversely, sweating all over and finding out that someone turned off the air conditioner. Obviously, this villain just wants to freeze or fry you, how not to swear here.

2. Duvet covers

They say there are no cauldrons in hell. You are simply forced to tuck blankets into duvet covers non-stop. When a branch of the underworld opens up in your bedroom when you change your linen, there are so many arguments not to participate in this monstrous attraction.

3. Turning off the light

When both have made comfortable nests out of blankets, it can be difficult to agree on who should leave the warm bed to turn off the light.

4. Snoring

On the one hand, a person who snores does not do it on purpose. It's hard to blame him. On the other hand, you have been turning from side to side for the third hour, and no earplugs can muffle this annoying sound. It seems that blaming a partner is not so difficult.

5. Scattered items

Even the most tolerant couples occasionally quarrel when someone trips over someone else's socks or comb.

6. Wet towel on the bed

Wet sheets could still be endured. But how to endure the fact that a damp towel is lying on your side of the bed?


Someone else's alarm clock

You would rather sleep peacefully than listen to your bedmate setting the alarm ten times "for another five minutes." As a result, you have to get up while the other half is dreaming.

8. Something done in a dream

You have done something wrong: cheated, left, broken your partner's favorite vase. True, it happened in his dream. On the one hand, no one is to blame. On the other hand, your significant other is upset, and you are angry because of the absurdity of the situation.

In the kitchen

9. The last bite

You bought something delicious for two, but one ate his portion right away, and the other put it in the refrigerator to enjoy in the morning. It is easy to imagine the whole gamut of feelings of a thrifty partner who, looking forward to a date with a delicacy, will find that his portion is not in place.

10. Smartphone at dinner

When you think of an idyllic family dinner, you can hardly imagine that all the participants have their hands on smartphones. Today's full-time couples don't have enough time for each other, so gadgets can be a source of serious disagreement.

11. An empty frying pan or plate in the refrigerator

When someone eats all the food from the refrigerator over and over again, leaving empty pans and plates in it, it is not surprising that his half imagines throwing these dishes at the offender. Because it is not clear what a person hopes for in this situation: that the pan will teleport to the sink and wash itself? This will not happen.

12. Nails on the table

Worse than clipped nails on the table, only a pedicure, which one partner does while his half a meter away is trying to eat.

In the living room

13. TV volume

One partner still does not hear what the announcer is saying, the other is afraid of going deaf. A difficult situation in which it is almost impossible to find a compromise.

14. Serial Betrayal

You've been trying hard not to watch a new episode of a TV show, but suddenly it turns out that your partner has not kept you serial loyalty. He not only knows what happened in the episode, but also ruthlessly comments on what is happening.

15. Untimely sleep

You decided to show your partner your favorite movie, and he fell asleep halfway through. You involuntarily think about it: maybe you don’t have as much in common as you thought.

In the bathroom

16. Toothpaste

One meticulously squeezes toothpaste from the bottom of the tube to the neck, the other simply squeezes the package in the middle. Someone forgets to close the paste with a lid, and it dries up, someone shifts it from the sink to the shelf above the bathroom or back. There are many reasons to quarrel over dentifrice, but there is only one solution - to buy everyone their own tube. But it's not certain that it will help.

17. Toilet lid

Who should raise and lower the toilet lid and toilet seat - bigger questions than "Who's to blame?" and "What to do?" However, they did not find a universal answer to it, so quarrels about this do not stop.

18. Toilet paper

There are purely practical reasons for quarreling. For example, why didn't the person who ran out of toilet paper hang up a new roll and so framed the one who went to the privacy room after him. Or why the sleeve hangs on the holder for the second day.

But the leader of the rating of stupid quarrels over toilet paper is purely aesthetic in nature and lies in how to hang the roll on the holder: with the free end against the wall or away from the wall.

19. The position of the water switch from the watering can to the faucet

Perhaps a person who came in to wash his hands in a formal suit and received a stream of water from the shower in his face has a good reason to be angry and indignant.

20. Hair on soap

Suddenly hairy soap is not as serious a problem as the threat of nuclear war, but the consequences can be just as devastating.

On the Internet

21. Unsuccessful photos

The partner once again posted a photo that you would prefer to burn with your camera. It is logical to start to find out why he is taking revenge on you.

22. Suspicious likes

The most unjealous person may have questions if you generously shower someone attractive with likes or compliments.

Away from home

23. Non-alternative criticism

When asked where to go, what to cook for dinner, where to spend a vacation, half of them answer that he or she doesn't care. But at the same time, he rejects any specific proposal, not embarrassed in terms. Unless you're on a mind-reading quiz, it's only natural to get angry.

24. Stolen food

You ask your partner at least ten times if he would like to buy or order food that you have decided to take for yourself. He answers “no” ten times, and then he drags a treat from your plate. In this situation, you need Buddhist calmness so as not to lose your temper.

25. Shortest route

If you don't know how to quarrel, of course you can compare different routes in the navigator and choose the shortest one.

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