need some hilariousosity
( it could be a word..freedom of speech!)
, Nov 16 2012 12:14 AM
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Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:14 AM
need a good laugh, what's the funniest/cutest thing you've heard ur kids come out with recently? my dd whois 3.5ish is a true romantic.( took her to one wedding months ago and she's been obsessed ever since.) the other day we were watching something and a man n woman started kissing, and she said, "awww, they just married each other!"
(if anyone has a funnier tangent to segue into, please feel free)
Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:27 AM
DH has been trying to drum into DD2 (she just turned 4, but was still 3 when this happened) that she needs to use her manners, such as please, thankyou, and so on.
She asked for a drink using the word please. DH handed over her drink and she said "Thank you", he turned and started walking away, not thinking that she was expecting anything else from him. So she made a point to him by saying very loudly, "You're WELCOME Ella", which is what she was expecting to hear from him after she said thank you. DH says she said it with so much attitude then turned around and walked off shaking her head.
I thought it was pretty funny when I heard it.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:30 AM
Driving back from shopping we passed our house to go and pick the older two up from school. DS2 aged 5, pipes up from the back seat :
"Dude, you just went past our house"
We have been teaching DD2 19 months to point and say eyes, nose and mouth and she hasn't really been interested, or so I thought....This afternoon we were playing with her shape sorter and she leant over poked me straight in the eye and clear as day said "eye"...So it seems she was interested after all
Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:34 AM
......... saying very loudly, "You're WELCOME Ella", .........
I thought it was pretty funny when I heard it.
It IS pretty funny! Well done Ella.
We are staying in a hotel right now and 5 year old son told us soon after we arrived that he had just worked out that mixing blue and yellow made green. I thought it was a pretty funny thing to work out there and then, then my 8 year old pointed out that the toilets have "bloo loo" in them.....
Don't tell me travel isn't a learning experience!
Edited by Bathsheba52, 16 November 2012 - 12:34 AM.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 12:52 AM
Something had upset my 3 year old and she did that sort of fakey Waaaahhh thing they do, then stopped to draw breath for the next bout. At which point my 5 year old said "This is going to be a loud one" and rolled her eyes.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 01:10 AM
Today my almost 3 year old DS pulled his dad's jeans off the line and managed to pull them on over his clothing. He then raced inside to where i was declaring he was a circus man(I guess he meant clown). Such a funny sight to see such a little boy wearing such large jeans.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 01:56 AM
whenever my partner and I have a discussion, possibly they could be a little spirited, not an arguement, my nearly four year old will pipe up 'hey, hey guys, take it easy out there'.
It always makes us laugh.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 05:15 AM
My DS1 (now 11), when he started school and they had to sing the National Anthem, for years he was singing "Australians and all ostriches" instead of "Australian's all let us rejoice" and also"Our land abounds in Naturestrips" instead of "our land abounds with natures gifts". We still laugh about that, years later. So Cute
Edited by DylJayBen's Mum, 16 November 2012 - 05:16 AM.
Posted 16 November 2012 - 05:37 AM
That is funny.
Hilarity might be the word you are after
Posted 16 November 2012 - 08:21 AM
Just now, out of nowhere
"Mum, you know what I haven't seen in a while? An Orca Whale! I should go see one soon ok?"
I was like "huh? ok"
The other day, a parcel arrived for Gran (my mum), DS asked what it was and I said "Gran is just spending Poppa's money again" (Very tongue in cheek)
He marched over to her, hands on hips and told her "Stop spending all Poppa's money! It doesn't grow on trees ya know! He has to go to work to get money which means he can't stay home and play with me!!! And you keep spending his money! It makes me SO mad!!!!"
We are still in tears laughing days later!!
Posted 16 November 2012 - 08:55 AM
My almost 3 year old DS knocked our sliding screen door off it's frame for the third time in 2 days, before I could say anything he calls out "Nevermind, I'll fix it tomorrow, there are worse things in world. I might sit down with a cuppa and attack it later"
Three guesses where he gets that from
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