It's a decent quote on its own, why you gotta lie about your kid saying it? Just say you said it and be done with it.
@Nitr0Nerd, pretty sure adults wouldn't say the "Even wolves" part.
@Marida Cruz, I think she added that to make it look like a child said it
@Nitr0Nerd, because mediocre thing + youth/hottness = extraordinary thing.
Who names their son "3"?
Honestly when I was three I was obsessed with books (specifically having them read to me). As a little kid, my first memories I can recall are of me being fascinated that these scribbles on collected paper can somehow form a tale which can be transferred from paper to vocal narration. I once ran around the house with a book and started narrating random household objects while pretending to “read” the book. It was probably nonsensical gibberish, cause I remember my mom asking me what I was doing and I replied “I’m giving them a story!” She asked what I meant, and I told her something like “we all have stories, but they can’t tell theirs cause they can’t talk like we can!”
Moral of the story: kids actually have a better idea of whats going on in life than we give them credit for. They just haven’t been taught/given/developed the tools to articulate or filter their stream of consciousness into a conversation.
@airguitarpro, But to be fair I wasn’t toilet trained properly till kindergarten, so I’m probably not the best example to use.
@airguitarpro, did your kid tell you to say that
@norwegianvegan, No kids to speak of, I’m still on the college grind. While it is a true story, I don’t blame you for not believing it. In hindsight, I might be giving three year old me’s meaning more credit than its worth. My mom and dad both remember me saying that, as do I, but I obviously don’t remember if I totally understood the meaning behind what I said.
My three year old stared at the studio audience, sullen faced with furrowed brows. "War," he said, "war never changes..."
Heh, protection level on Wikipedia increased due to ‘persistence of vandalism’!!
False, wolves are good wild boys and do not just die. They move on to there next life.
Someone deleted the second part unfortunately
Yeah well you and your kid are both dumb. Everything dies with the inevitable heat death of the universe. Including books.