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Mum in hysterics after toddler tells her she has enough hair on her bum to form a pony tail then starts BRUSHING it

WE know they don't mean it – but some of the stuff our little ones come out with can be downright SAVAGE.

But while we can (just about) bounce back when they question our fashion choices, one mum was left red-faced when her four-year-old daughter pointed out something a lot more personal.

Last month, mum Sierra, 26, gave her 194,000 TikTok followers an example of how she is "relentlessly bullied" by her toddler.

In a viral video, the mum explained: "I gave my daughter a shower with me this morning and that was a MISTAKE."

As her four-year-old doesn't like having water in her face, she was standing behind her mum for the duration of the shower.

Sierra continued: She said to me, 'how old are you mommy?,' and I said I'm 26.

"And she goes, 'oh so you're really old…,' and I was like eh I'm 22 years older than you.

"So then she says, 'well how old do you have to be to have that much hair on your butt??'

"And before I could say anything else she said, 'that's enough to put in a ponytail.' And then she started brushing my butt cheeks with a hairbrush.

"And now I'm self-conscious because she's seeing hair that I can't see."

How old do you have to be to have that much hair on your butt? That's enough to put in a ponytail

The video has racked up over 19 MILLION views on TikTok – and unsurprisingly, the clip struck a chord with parents.

"Kids are so ruthless," one replied. "But at least they're straight to the point – they don't care about your feelings."

Another added: "My kid looked at my stretch marks and GAGGED."

Meanwhile, a third wrote: "My niece swam up to me in the pool (she was 4) and patted my stomach and said, 'you've got a big belly.' Thanks for the reminder kid!"

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Plus this thoughtful mum surprised her neighbours with note, chocolates and EARPLUGS from her ‘cranky’ newborn baby.

And this mum who is ‘sick of the sound of her own voice’ shows genius way she tells off the kids without nagging.

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