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The kids literally do what they are told or instructed to do. The results from that are pretty funny on most occasions.
#1. When this three-year-old girl was told they would make a toast for New Year's she didn't fully understand. Now they have a new tradition!

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#2. This little boy was told to look up tips on training puppies online. He decided to let the pup learn for himself!

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#3. This father told his son to "Keep Your Eye On The Ball Son." He took it just a bit too literally!

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#4. It was bring a fish to school day. The teacher didn't say it had to be alive!

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#5. This parent gave their daughter some grapes to eat. The daughter said there were too many there. So the parent told her to just eat half of them. This is the end result!

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This little boy was told he couldn't go outside. Technically he didn't!

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#7. This six-year-old autistic child followed the instructions EXACTLY! Awesome stuff!

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