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    Kids say the funniest things....

    Yesterday while eating my lunch at work I was watching a major TV network when the panel of guests were talking about kids saying the funniest things. The anchor women offered this true story:

    Her husband was in the bathroom taking a shower when their youngest daughter burst into the bathroom.
    She looked at her daddy and said, “Oh Daddy, your tail is on the wrong side of your bum!”

    I couldn’t help but share….have a delightful day!
    You can choose to live your live as though nothing is a miracle; or as though everything is a miracle!

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    When we were still active duty military we were driving somewhere and my DH and I were talking about what locations he should list on his "dream sheet" as possible next assignment. We had mentioned Japan, Spain and a few other spots when suddenly there is a voice from the back seat - "I want to go to Dairy Queen"!

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    Tail on the wrong side....how adorable!

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    At our house my son ate "Roast Beast".....

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    Oh, how cute!

    When my oldest was little, around 18 months, we were out driving and everytime we passed by a fast food restaurant, my son would point and say "fench fi"! Until we passed by a Dairy Queen and he yelled out "i cream"! You would think we fed him fast food all the time! At that point in time we hadn't even taken him to Dairy Queen.

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    I was giving my youngest a bath when she was a few months old. Four year old neighbor boy comes in, takes one look at her and said when I turned her over "Thank heavens she is a boy on the other side"

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    My son used to say "Look at that hairplane up in the sky." And he would hear a siren and say an ambliance was coming. I still recollect that when I hear a siren to this day.

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    My son used to sing to the oldies along with me in the car. During the 007 song he would sing "secret Asian man"

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    My 3yr old DGS was having lunch with me. He told me he could not eat carrots because they make your eyes turn orange. I told him I ate carrots and my eyes were not orange. With the sincerest face he could he said "did you look in the mirror?"

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    LOL! We were asked last night by DGD if we knew that Michael Jackson used to be a little black boy? We are still snickering over that one. Where do they come up with this stuff?

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    My GDS always wanted to go to John Long Silver's for hush puppies.

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    From my sons:

    oarport instead of airport
    eye browns for eye brows
    constructions (you know, the instruction sheets that help you construct something, such as a piece of furniture)
    compartments for apartments (fits, if you ask me)

    When asked if he was out of pants, son said no, he was in of pants

    Had an ant farm with one lone ant who was named Uncle Ant. When the ant disappeared, the 4 year old boy came to me crying because the ant had "made a clean getaway"

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    I have a friend that talks that way too. She doesn't have any teeth. hahah
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    It takes real skill to choke on air, fall upstairs and trip over completely nothing .... I have that skill!!!

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    I had 4 boys they had:
    hoe bozers -back hoes or bulldozers - grodagraters - road graders
    hangle burgers
    (my niece) Ganeigh - for Rainae 50 years old I still want to call her Ganeigh, and a hamburger hangleburg.

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    My daughter was singing at age 3 - Peter, James & John & Sambo. It took me years to learn the song should have been: Peter, James & John in a sailboat.

    My son sang Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star as: Crinkle, Crinkle, little car, how I wonder what you are, Uppa, uppa sky so high, like a diamond in the sky.
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    Reminded me of a couple of my DGS cuties

    camote retrol for remote control
    Harvey's Roast Beast Samich for Arby's roast beef sandwich

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    I wish I could remember all the funny things my older son (almost 7) has said, because he is and has always been a real hoot. A few gems: At 3, we were reading a book about a dog, and he told me, "When I was a dog, I wagged my tail, too!" When he was about 4, he dipped a cube of cheese into his juice, offered it to me, and said, very fast, "The body of Christ, the bread of heaven." (We're Episcopalian, and that's what the priest says at communion.)

    The 2-year-old doesn't talk much yet, but in one of his books is a picture that shows billowing curtains at the window, and when he gets to that picture, he points to them and says "MAMA!" I'm afraid it's a commentary on the fact that I could stand to lose a few pounds and appear as billowy as those curtains.

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    My grandson, at the age of 6, after spending time with his uncle who has a lot of cool tools, came into my sewing room and gently ran his hand across my sewing machine and said, "What does this baby do?"

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    These are absolutely delightful. However, I have found myself saying some things like sotermichael for motorcycle (pig latten, I think) and pillow sheet for pillow case, but it all makes sense to me.

    When out son was small we moved to a new house in the country. He was pretty curious about things, so we fenced the yard. When we were done, he put his hands on his hips and said, "Now how's me going to get out?"
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    sewellie

    It takes real skill to choke on air, fall upstairs and trip over completely nothing .... I have that skill!!!

    My plate may be full, but my cup runneth over with blessings.

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    thanks for posting. All were so cute.
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    my family teases me cause i still call it an ambliance. also both my younger sister and i say "dinferent" drives my youngest sister crazy!

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    My youngest brother called cookies Beggies, and we couldn't figure out why. Our grandma said she knew why. When he first started asking for cookies we would tell him he was always begging. We use to call raisins sum sums because our grandma asked if we wanted some. I have to tell the one on me. The song that Kenny Roger sings " Lucelle". The first couple of times I heard it, I thought he was saying why did you leave me Lucelle, with 400 hundred kids, and crops in the field. When I said to my DH that I couldn't blame her for leaving him, I thought my DH was going to have a stroke laughing. Whenever he hears the song he has to tease me. So, its not only the kids that come up with funny things they think they hear. LOL
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