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    At the park Dd2 (2yo) started complaining very loudly that the black boy had told her to go away. There only was one dark skinned child there, and she continued to carry in about the "black boy". I was confused when two white kids walked past and she started screaming and pointing there he was... Next to the purple boy. Yep, tshirt colours.

    When I was little my dad wouldn't by me something at Safeway so I started screaming "he's not my father!!"

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    Hahaha!
    There so entertaining!
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    I was out to dinner once with DD and a friend and when we went to pay I noticed that she had no nappy on!! She had somehow taken it off and left it under the table! I had to go back and stash it in my handbag making a hasty exit, bloody embarrassing!!

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    Omg hahaha, these are hilarious! Just what I have to look forward to in the future...........

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    I recently got a new job and had to go into my new work to pick up some paperwork. I had DS2 with me and just as we were walking out he refused to hold my hand and proceeded to scream at the top of his lungs. When I say scream I mean a horrible blood curdling someone cutting your arm off kinda scream. Everyone was just staring at me. How embarrassing!

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    When I was a toddler my parents took me out to dinner. My Dad wasn't (and still isn't) a fan of salad so when he got the salad he said to Mum that it looks like rabbit food. At the top of my lungs I said "That's not rabbit food Daddy!". And many years later I'm still not allowed to forget it!

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    I take nearly 3 year old DS into work for an hour or two and to see DH and then we all go to lunch on Fridays and the girls set him up on the spare desk with pencils and paper ect and last Friday my PA was calling him from her desk on the internal system and he would answer "Hello its Super Bunny " ( thanks Max and Ruby!) anyway he thought it was great fun , and we all took turns calling him, about half an hour later we were having a quick sales meeting and our secretary was on the phone when another call came in my PA got up to answer it but it stopped and we heard DS answering the main office telephone line from his desk with " Hello it's super bunny" we all literally cracked up and she jumped on the phone and just answered it normally - luckily it was one of our nice tenants who thought he rang the wrong number!

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    Ds was 2 when this happened...

    We were at the local park when the school had just finished for the day, there were parents/kids all over the place. Ds shouts "My daddy has a biiiiigggg d*ck. A BIG D*CK. He beats my bottom with it."

    .. Now he actually meant "stick", and just the day before dh and ds had been playing around and dh was giving ds little taps on his bottom with the stick. I got many troubled looks that day, though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueLips View Post
    My 5yo brother said my mums vulva looks like a kiwi fruit in a public toilet. Awkward.
    On no!! Lmao!! Too funny


 

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