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Author Topic: Out of the Mouths of Babes OR How your child has embarrassed you lately :)!  (Read 4115 times)

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Offline Snowangel

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I always love to hear what kids come out with, hopefully it will bring some smiles and laughs.

Here goes-
I have been walking to school to pick up the kids in the afternoon, if the weather is nice.  This past Monday, we were on our way home and the first place we have to cross the street ,the crossing guard wasn't there.  This is a four lane street and the people drive like nuts so I was kinda nervous to get all  kids across safely.
My oldest went first, holding my daughters hand and running.
I ran across holding, the other two boys hands.
When my daughter got across the street, she stood watching us come across and yelled to me" Mommy, your boobies are moving!!"  LOL.  Like I didn't know.

Snow
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That's really funny, Snow.  Thanks for sharing that. :D
I've never killed anyone, but I frequently get satisfaction reading the obituary notices.-Clarence Darrow

Offline camille07

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Snow-  that's really hysterical.  I wonder if the rest of the kids were laughing too.

Bt-  What was the outcome at the lawyer's today?

It turns out I have a large cyst on my ovary.  I don't know how they're gonna proceed.  Either birth control pills (which I'm not happy about) or a  D and C?  The technician was really great....I had her a few years ago.  I had two procedures done....a pelvic and transvaginal ultra sound.  I asked her if they named the "wand" that they used for the transvaginal (for in office kicks).  She said not YET...laughing.
I'm happy that it's only a cyst which is benign.

Well, it was sunny for awhile but now a new storm is blowing through.

Hope you ladies had a nice week so far.

Hugs,

Camms


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When my daughter was little, we used to go on nature hikes alongside the local river. One day when she was about seven or eight, I spotted a Manx Shag (a type of cormorant) sitting on a rock in the middle of the river.

I pointed and said to her, "look, there's a Shag!"

She looked at me, looked at the bird, and looked back at me with a confused look on her face. She said, "but mum, I thought a shag was..."

She turned bright red and said, "never mind!"

(for those of you who aren't familiar with British slang, a shag is another way describing the sex act)

;D

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Offline Snowangel

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Camms- I am glad your cyst is benign too. It made my oldest son blush, one got a big smile on his face( I have had a few issues with him lately as far as my chest :) ) and the other one just shook his head.

Ann-That is cute! Thanks for the clarification, everytime I hear shag, I think carpet.
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The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge..

One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

One thing you can't recycle is wasted time.

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Ann, from talking to you Brits, I knew what shag meant. ;)  That's a cute story. 

Camms, I'm glad it's a benign cyst.  I had a D&C done years ago-nothing to it.  The lawyer went alright (there's more about it in our other thread).
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we were watching a soap opera on TV me, my sisters and one of my sister's kids. my dad had a guests and was busy talking with him. so two characters were kissing on the TV and my niece goes " They are eating each other!" in a very loud voice. We looked at each other not daring to see what my dad and his guests reaction was. so my sister starts nudging her daughter with her foot to hush her. The girl says in a an even louder voice "why are you kicking me . look they are eating each other!" we tried to shrink into the furniture eyes glued to the TV, desperately trying not to bust out laughing

Offline minismom

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This was a few years ago, but it's still funny.  When our oldest son (soon to be 12) was not yet 2, Hubby took him to the bathroom in Wal-mart to change his diaper.  I was waiting for them on the far side of the eisle out of the way.  As soon as Hubby carried him out, I noticed the boy was saying something but I couldn't hear him.  Obviously it was funny because everyone was laughing.  I cupped my hand to my ear and mouthed "WHAT?" 

Wanting to be the good son, my boy raised his voice and repeated his mantra.  More people began laughing, Hubby was turning red and contorting his face, but I still couldn't hear.  So, I raised my voice and said, "What did he say? Speak louder, hun!"  Hubby just hung his head in shame as the wee one took a deep breath and yelled with all his might "A WATERMELLON SEED JUST CAME OUT MY BUTT!"

Needless to say, there was plenty of finger pointing during that grocery trip.

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Thought of another one. Our 2nd son ( 9 1/2) has a form of autism called Asperger's Syndrom.  Part of the syndrome is that he will chant things that he'd heard over and over.  When he was 3 or 4 we were in a restaurant eatting lunch.  A very nosy rude man walked up to our table and announced, "Either you two love kids or you hate condoms."  I was totally aghast and complained to the manager who spoke to the person.

Fast forward about an hour.  We were doing our weekly grocery shopping at Wal-mart (yes, we live there).  Suddenly, our son starts chanting, "I hate condoms.  I hate condoms.  I love kids but I hate condoms."  Actually, "chanting" doesn't accurately describe what he was doing. He was more singing it - in opera - loudly.  Finding that gum, candy, chips, water, and threats wouldn't keep him quiet, Hubby had to take him out to the car. 

Mum
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Offline Snowangel

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Ten and Mum- Those are too funny! 

When my oldest was almost 5 and I was on bedrest with the 3some, he came out of the bathroom, holding up his penis and pointing to his testicles and said " Is this my brain?"  I was trying so hard not to laugh, I almost went into labor then.  If he only knew, I can't wait to embarass him with that one when he gets older  ;D
Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important

The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge..

One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

One thing you can't recycle is wasted time.

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Snow, that's soooo funny! I musta laughed for five minutes and I'm still chuckling every time I think of it.

I think I would have had a difficult time keeping myself from saying, "not yet, but your brain will drop down there when you're 15 and stay there."

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Nymphomaniac: a woman as obsessed with sex as an average man. Mignon McLaughlin

HIV is certainly character-building. It's made me see all of the shallow things we cling to, like ego and vanity. Of course, I'd rather have a few more T-cells and a little less character. Randy Shilts

Offline keepingfaith

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You all those were to cute and funny.

Mum- I laughed so hard at yours about the watermelon seed

Snow- ROTFLMAO at the one about BRAINS! I have to agree with ANN, when he turns about 15, thats where his mind will be instead of books!

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I know I haven't been on in a while but I hope I can still share here.
My daughter was four and very angry because I would not let her have gum. So she took this advertisement insert and tore it in pieces and dropped it on the floor. When I told her to pick it up she said, "I weally weally mad! I weally weally mean it!"
And she crossed her arms and tucked her little hands in and started to tap her little foot. I let it go and picked up the paper myself, because I could not stop laughing.
I miss when she was little.




Offline Snowangel

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That is funny, bleueyes!  It is definately a bummer when they learn to pronounce things correctly.

I was in the woods at my Dad's house and we found some lady slippers. My oldest says why do they call them that, they should be called testicle flowers.  HHHhhmnn, I think I am seeing a pattern.


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The heaviest thing you can carry is a grudge..

One thing you can give and still keep...is your word.

One thing you can't recycle is wasted time.

 


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