Neither did we... or my kids. There would have been HELL to pay the first time out, let me tell you.
I never played with my mothers lipstick, or drew on the walls with anything.
Nor did I ever take a cigarette lighter out of its holder, let alone burn the dashboard. I certainly never painted an animal with magic marker or nail polish.
I had a couple of older (4 years and 6 years) brothers, and a sister 5 years younger. None of them did any of this stuff either.
My younger sister, especially I would have remembered. She never covered herself in flour or smeared food all over herself. Never put her shoes in the toilet or wrote on the walls either. Nothing like that at all
The only time I remember a window getting broken was one time when my dad accidently broke a pane while moving something heavy through the door. I don't remember thinking that was funny. It was just a broken piece of glass he had to replace.
I'm around my neighbors kids a lot, and they've never done that. I'm sure I would have heard of it, or been there when it happened. I also have nieces, and would have seen that also.
Sorry, they never got that messed up either.
It's not so much the fact that children sometimes do humourous things that I don't find that funny.
It's just that...I don't know, I just don't get what is so funny about anyone smeared in gunk, or breaking stuff, etc.
When shewolf posted how she put "santa's" handprints on the mantle, and how Bean reacted, that was funny.
Just a picture of someone all messed up, or with broken dishes or tore up items.
just not funny.
Of the maybe 3 or 4 pages I looked at (got really bored at that point), a lot of them seemed staged anyway.