They Taught Their Niece a Spanish Saying That Annoys Her Family. Are They Wrong?

Kids say the darndest things!

Especially when adults with an axe to grind are feeding them lines…

Check out this story from Reddit’s “Am I the A**hole?” page and see if you think this guy was out of line.

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AITA for teaching my (20M) niece (4F) to say “el chupacabra”when her mom (32F) says “you know what really gets my goat?”

“My sister has a habit of saying “you know what really gets my goat”, she probably says it 7/8 times a day.

So like that tumblr post i taught my niece to say “el chupacabra” when her mom says it (it sounds more like “eh supacaba” tho cause she’s four but its adorable).

I told my niece it was a monster from Mexico that eats goats and she didn’t seem scared or anything, probably cause the only monster she knows is cookie monster, but apparently now my niece walks around the house saying “el chupacabra!” all day and now my sister & brother in law are mad at me for teaching her this.

But imo its kind of adorable and also harmless?? But like she’s my sisters kid so idk.”

And here’s what Reddit users said about this.

One person said this guy is NTA and kids are gonna be kids!

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Another individual made a very good point about kids in general…

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And this Redditor had a similar funny story from their own life.

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