Children's Day 2017 Jokes: 5 Funny Ways that Adults Celebrate Children's Day

By Malavikka

Sometimes children are wiser than adults. While children use creative ways of celebration, adults turn mundane as they get nostalgic but want to behave 'adult'. Here are some of the common yet funny ways that adults try to act adult and yet celebrate children's day.

Update DP

Changing of the Display Picture on social media is one of the most common ways that adults follow for every celebration. They update their childhood pictures to show that they 'respect' children or like being them.

 

Tongue-in-cheek question: On Halloween's day, would they update a no makeup photo?

Solemn status

Some people have the habit of typing a long status message solemnly appreciating or wishing children on this day.

Tongue-in-cheek question: Have they ever wished one child in real life a happy children's day?

Children's Day 2017 Jokes

Boast childhood

People like to boast of their childhood memories regardless of the fact if it was great or a complete PJ. They create imaginary stories to add to the spice and try to become children again.

Tongue-in-cheek question: Do the people in their memories know about their memory?

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Wish Adults

Forwards the message "All of us have a child in us, so happy children's day!" on WhatsApp and SMS.

Reality check: Reads LOL with a serious disposition

Self-proclaim to be a child

Just to showcase being jovial, some people behave stupid and self-proclaim themselves to be innocent children.

Here's the highlight: Ask others to treat them because they are self-proclaimed children!

Have you done or watched any of the above traits? Share your experience in the comments!

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