7-year-old's hilarious outlook on life will have you in tears

Kids Say the Darndest Things!

New York Times best-selling author Kelly Oxford frequently posts hilarious thoughts about motherhood on social media.

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And some of her most funny tweets about her daughter Bea prove that kids really do say the darndest things!

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Yo' they learn this trick young.

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The 7-year-old seems to have an outspoken opinion on just about everything important in life like womanhood:

How to make the right food choices:

And what's life without a little bit of reality TV?

It's clear Bea is full of insight and wisdom well beyond her years -- and it's absolutely adorable!

See more of Bea's funny comments:

7-year-old's hilarious comments in tweets
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7-year-old's hilarious comments in tweets
7yr old: Wait! Do animals make babies the same way people do?? Me: Yes. 7yr old, mutters: Oh my god.
7yr old: will the apopolypse ever happen? Me: no 7yr old: I kinda hope it does, so I can try human meat. 😳😳😳😳
"I'm going to go on the Bachelor. If he's gross, I'll tell him & walk off. If they don't let me leave, I'll make him hate me." 7yo daughter
7yo said "My 2nd best friend at school is McDreamy's daughter on Grey's Anatomy." in case you were wondering what it's like to live in LA.
"Why do they beep out swears on tv? They show people getting hurt & swearing isn't worse than that." - 7yo daughter
7yo "They have night cameras on Survivor? Guess they can't have sex" Me "I can't believe you said that. 7yo "I can't believe I did either."
7yo says things to shock me. She just said, "I'd like to go to heaven but you can't smoke weed there." I stayed cool, this will escalate.
7yr old daughter walked in the room, casually confirmed, "You have to have a backstory to why you're evil, right?" And walked out.

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