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Old 06-06-2007, 12:49 PM
 
Location: In the sunshine on a ship with a plank
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I have dozens of funny things my son has said-----one of my favorites was one time when he was about 4. Po0P seemed to be his favorite word back then and I kept threatening to put soap in his mouth if he continued to say it. Finally I followed through- and while he was spitting and being dramatic he told me that he didn't like that "flavor" of soap.


Another good one- his heritage is irish and after the 911 attacks, there was much talk in the media and among everyone about Iraq and the things that we needed to do to that country. One day he told me that the wanted to visit Iraq someday. I was shocked and asked him why he wanted to go there. He said that he wanted to see his ancestors before we killed them all- since he was Irish he thought he came from Iraq! After I was done laughing I explained that Irish people came from Ireland. (This boy has blonde hair and blue eyes and freckles- hardly middle eastern looking!!)
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Old 06-06-2007, 01:04 PM
 
Location: Rural Central Texas
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This one is from my sister when she was around 6 yrs old.

To set the stage.....My mother had been trying to teach us kids about appropriate conversation in different settings, what is fine for home may not be right at the table or in public. She had recently corrected my younger brother about bodily questions in front of my sister. My mother told him some subject were not proper in mixed company.

Not long after that little lecture my brother, at the dinner table, repeated a joke a neighborhood boy had told him. My sister proceeded to chastize him with the admonition "You shouldn't tell jokes like that in front of mixed up people".
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Old 06-06-2007, 01:10 PM
 
Location: ARK-KIN-SAW
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My daughter got me real bad when she was 3, we were in line to pay for gas at a quick mart and in front of us, for lack of a better description two very large women. My daughter very loudly started in...fatty fatty two by four, yall cant get in my daddys door...

I wanted to hide, but there was not where to run, luckily they didnt turn around and we had a long conversation on the way home.
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Old 06-06-2007, 02:35 PM
 
Location: Vancouver, Canada
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My 8 year old asked me very loudly at a party we were hosting "mom, where are those fake boobs you wear that stick on?" I don't embarrass very easily but turned a bit red that time.
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Old 06-06-2007, 06:12 PM
 
Location: Tejas
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Look up the thread that Hoosier started a while back, some real funny quote in there.

Me and my 3 year old "wrestle" in the living room, throw cushions at each other and stuff, good fun. But anyway, was in the grocery store and he tells the checker lady "My daddy beats me up" she asked really ? And he said "yeah, he hits my head hard"

Luckily she kind of knows me and knows its not true.
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Old 06-06-2007, 08:13 PM
 
Location: The mountians of Northern California.
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My son (age 4) recently said he knew what he wanted to be when he grows up. He told us, 'I wanna be a policeman like Daddy and lock up bad guys. I want to be a tire changer man like the man that helped mommy. I want to be a dinosaur chaser so I can catch a T-rex. I wanna be an ice cream man so I can eat lots of ice cream. I wanna be a dog walker like Spongebob and Patrick.' LOL He is so funny.

A few weeks ago we were at the high school. My hubby coaches football and I took the kids to watch practice. The kids brought our puppy. The puppy was going crazy getting attention from all the high school kids. The leash tripped my daughter (age 7) twice. She got up, was ANGRY, and said, 'That's it, send the dog to the pound. No more dogs for me.' One of the mom's was crackin up, she offered to take our dog home. My daughter did not like that idea, lol. Oh the drama!
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Old 06-06-2007, 09:06 PM
 
Location: ARK-KIN-SAW
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We were standing in line at church to leave one Sunday and my cousin , age 3, had just got back from the restroom. Right in front of the preacher, he said, "hey i went potty and I got a pee pee just like pappys!! But his is bigger! My uncle just shrugged his shoulders, and said, well I hope so.
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Old 06-06-2007, 09:19 PM
 
Location: conover nc
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When my daughter was around two or three they were passing the offering plate and very loudly said to her grandfather that was the preacher at the front of the church standing behind the pulpit. There aint much soft money in this plate paw paw. ( soft money dollar bills) ( hard money coins) . I don't think I heard the sermon that day.
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Old 06-06-2007, 09:43 PM
 
Location: conover nc
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Default oh no!!!!

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We were standing in line at church to leave one Sunday and my cousin , age 3, had just got back from the restroom. Right in front of the preacher, he said, "hey i went potty and I got a pee pee just like pappys!! But his is bigger! My uncle just shrugged his shoulders, and said, well I hope so.
That is to funny!! I would have lost it right then and there.!!!
My oldest granddaughter ( 9 now 3 then) was with me at church one wed. night and didn't want to go to tne nursery. She promised faithfully that she would be quite. I kept making her sit down and after a few minutes of that got up and took her out. As we went out the door I smacked her on the behind and this was the first time I had every whipped and her it broke her heart and really shocked her. she started wailing like a wild cat. so I took her to the nursery and left her. Mind you we had just started going to the First Baptist in town and didn't really know the members or the preacher to well. We had probably been there a month. I had been ask to fill in as a teacher for the adult sunday school class teacher ( the teacher had just passed away) so the next sunday morning the preacher approached me and wants to talk to me in private. Well boy I was ready I thought he was going to say something about what I did. Well he did, he said when I left her in the nursery they couldn't figure out what was wrong and kept asking her. in her loudest voice she told the elderly saintly little lady My maw maw busted my a**!!!
Little did I know that the little saint and the preachers wife were standing in the hall cracking up. I don't stutter but I did that day!!
btw I busted her mothers when I got home.
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Old 06-06-2007, 09:51 PM
 
Location: USA o(*_*)o
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My granddaughter 4 years old was in bath room with me..Saw my dentures in a cup...Will they bite me?
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