Kids are scared of pretty much EVERYTHING. Forget about adult fears like the IRS, dying alone, and career failure; all it takes to send a kid into a spiral of terror is something like a theme park character or pineapple (Yes, pineapples). Chalk it up to being a small person with little life experience, but kids scare easier than anyone. Prepare to laugh at these terrified children and then probably feel a little bad afterwards because, well, you laughed at terrified children:
Timeout has really changed.
This is why you don't tell your kid their Cabbage Patch doll comes to life at night.
To his credit, nothing good has ever happened in a corn maze.
"Fuck this egg hunt, I'm outta here!"
Something tells me they do not want to tickle Elmo.
No amount of eye bleach is going to erase this memory.
Kid is so terrified his eyes are trying to run in two different directions.
Horse masks are creepy 100% of the time.
She's actually crying because she just watched "Blackfish."
He's not an animal person.
How would you like it if a lion snuck up on you in the middle of breakfast?
Maybe they shouldn't have told him that Santa's been watching him.
"If I don't move, it can't see me."
What the hell happened to this kid that pineapples garner that reaction?
"She'll have one extremely unhappy meal, thanks."
You'd be screaming too if some dead-eyed giant woke you up from your nap.
That mustache is quite terrifying.
That's what he gets for telling his dad Alien was a crappy movie.
When you misbehave at the grocery store.
He'll make sure to have more bread next time... assuming there IS a next time.
And Josh never visited a petting zoo ever again.
Its gonna be a hard life if kittens are terrifying to you.
This is what happens when parents watch too much Fox News.
Just because you're tall enough to ride, doesn't mean it's a wise idea.
Let's hope he never watches Frozen.
Note to self: zebras = the boogie monster to children.
Parents pay $60 at Disney World for breakfast with Minnie Mouse. Kid is terrified. No refunds.
When trips to Walmart go terrifyingly wrong.
Okay, maybe there's something about pineapples I'm just not seeing.
Thanks to Smosh and The Stir for some of the photos used in this gallery.
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