Interviews with kids. Episode One ‘Why are kids funner?’ Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 14 responses to Interviews with kids. Episode One ‘Why are kids funner?’ Marissa Bergen January 17, 2016 Kids are fun! Jessie Martinovic – Author January 17, 2016 I only like fun! Barry Comer January 17, 2016 I can’t see the video… ): Jessie Martinovic – Author January 17, 2016 go into the actual page Barry Comer January 17, 2016 I will. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 17, 2016 Sorry, hopefully that msg wasn’t too blunt, did you find the video in the end? Hariod Brawn January 17, 2016 Maybe kids are funner, though are adults funnier? I like the absurdity of adulthood. Jessie Martinovic – Author January 17, 2016 Yes, both are extremely interesting. Adults always seem to extend the truth into a variety of sub-units, though. I generally trust kids more! mike January 18, 2016 kids are always fun until they say “do it again” 12 too many times Jessie Martinovic – Author January 18, 2016 In just say “no” on their 2nd or 3rd attempt Esme upon the Cloud January 25, 2016 Kids aren’t concerned about social politeness, or what people will think about what they say very much, so they come out with all manner of squiggles and giggles and bits and bobs that are jumping to the front of their minds. Their honesty is often very funny I find. – esme playing in the dirt upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author January 25, 2016 I absolutely love it. We can learn so much from them, they truly do speak much wisdom through utter simplicity. I always listen intently to them. Absolutely love breaking the barrier of adult to kid interaction too, when they start treating you as if you were their age. A super fascinating and interesting experience. My nephew just the other day, was telling me how much he loves chocolate when I asked him what his favorite veg was, and then mid conversation told me he sometimes finds toilet paper in his bum. Esme upon the Cloud January 25, 2016 HAHAHAHAHAHA. Adults will tell you such things too, but only when they are very drunk. Children have their own natural drugs going on. – Esme upon the Cloud Jessie Martinovic – Author January 25, 2016 Exactly. I often think adults have children as they have lost their own ability to play, and need an excuse to tap into that part of themselves. Adults being children- without children- is not highly acceptable these days in society. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.