No filter

Have you ever questioned a little kid and gotten an answer much more detailed than you would have liked to hear? Say you asked what happened over the weekend, and they responded with a story about how they had diarrhea. The kid conversing with you may feel completely comfortable, but you mayb feel strange or even disgusted by this topic.

My table group was talking about how this has happened to us. I realized that people often don’t develop filters until they are teens or adults. This is why kids talk about the nitty-gritty, TMI stuff when nobody else wants to. I think it’s pretty funny to be honest. Kids aren’t afraid to speak their minds, and it opens up their world to so much more than what our restricted adult conversations allow. Sometimes I think it’s better to have the thoughts of a child.

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