2 years ago10,000+ Views
These Kids Have Mastered Hide And Seek.
I'm not really good at hide and seek. Blame it on the fact that I was one of those kids who hated to get messy, but if a good hiding spot involves me having to crawl under something or go on a hunt for the dustier, less loved corner of the house, I definitely just forfeit the game.
However, then there's kids who are amazing at it - proving that some are still willing to creative when it comes to finding the perfect hiding spot.

How many of these future ninjas can YOU spot?

Nothing to see here. Just a giant gator admiring his Star Wars poster.

Who knew cabinets had feet?

This kid clearly thinks fast under pressure.

I wonder where she is...

This is so adorable. Ouch, my feels.

This is pretty much the only way I have ever been able to hide during hide-and-seek.


Teamwork indeed makes the dream work.

This one seems a little dangerous, but he still gets an A for effort.

The amount of dedication involved to pull this one off is just astounding.

This is either a toddler hiding under a blanket or ghost during Pride Week.

So were you able to find them all? Were you a hide-and-seek champion growing up, or have these kids taught you a thing or two about game-playing ambition?

Let me know in the comments below!

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LOL, I was decent at it. We stopped when ni one coukd find me fir hours then the officer saw me eating lunch at the diningroom table. I had to show them my hiding spot, and no one could believe I had managed to hide in the stereo system.
2 years ago·Reply
I was a hide and seek master or my siblings just didn't care enough to look.
a year ago·Reply
@VeroniaArtino LOL How many siblings do you have? I feel like you told me before, but I forget.
a year ago·Reply
@danidee I have 8 siblings but now I have a child and two nephews and 2 nieces so I play with them and they are little mastiffs except maybe 2 of them. lol
a year ago·Reply
@VeronicaArtino WOW. That's a big family? Are you toward the older or the younger side of the sibling spectrum?
a year ago·Reply