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Kids Google the darnedest things.

The Internet can be a terrifying place for adults and children alike, but especially for children. Innocent and ignorant of the ways of the digital world, kids can look up stuff without ever realizing what they’re truly getting themselves into, creating a pretty awkward situation for their parents.

Thankfully for us, their parents have shared many such stories on Reddit, and we’ve picked some of the best ones below.

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You know what they say, “Boobs before bros.”

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Boobs to Beastiality: A Brief History of a Kid’s Sexual Curiosities.

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The real question here: How does this kid know who Ruth Bader Ginsburg is?

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“Mom, Dad ... can I have a Judas Cradle for my birthday?”

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A perfect example of when your parents say “I don’t want you to grow up like I did.”

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More like Nintendo DS(ex) am I right?

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But seriously, who won?

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Have you ever watched a cow poop? It’s strangely fascinating.

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Siri is a twisted comedic genius when she wants to be.

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People crying is a universal language that anyone of any age can relate to.

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If only the answer were in a 10 minute YouTube tutorial, kid. But it’s not.

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H/T Someecards

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