DD has embarrased me quite a few times in the shopping centre. Thankfully these all happened a while ago.
DH was getting a bit annoyed with some bike riders who were in the way while he was driving with DD in the car so he yells "out the wa**er" to them. A couple of weeks after that we were doing the food shopping and some one was in our way. I had said "excuse me" several times but they ignored me. DD yells at the top of her voice "OUT THE WAY WA**KER!"
Another time we while I was choosing something off the shelf a largish lady was standing in front of us. DD says to me quite loudly "Look mum, that lady has a big fat tummy!" I said to DD "Don't say things like that you'll make the lady sad." The lady turns around and says it's OK, she's only telling the truth. DD got a big lecture that day about keeping those sort of comments to herself.
Another time while standing in line at the checkout. The man on the register had very long hair. DD says to me "Mum, is that a lady or a man?" I said its a man. Her reply "No it must be a lady, it's got long hair." I very quietly explained to her that both ladies and men can have long hair if they want to. I don't think the man heard her. If he did he didn't say any thing.
These are hilarious! I'm having some good laughs tonight :-)
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I was at the post office in a very very long queue. DS starts saying loudly "mummy you've got boobies! You've got boobies!" and trying to lift my jumper up. I heard quite a few people chuckle.
my daughter when she was 5 shouted at me that the man behind us doesn't have any legs - I told her to shush and not to stare - the man piped up and said to her "that's because I ate too many lollies and they fell off" we both smiled but she was horrified lol..
This happen a few minutes ago but thank goodness we're at home dd and dh pretend to eat each others elbows and noses etc then ...........
DD yells out "I gonna eat daddy's gina" (she's 2)
When I was 4 we cremated my dads stepdad. I called him uncle Jack.
As its all silent and the coffin is going along the conveyor I loudly ask "mum... Is that Jack in the box"
After a few mortifying minutes everyone burst out laughing.
I'm now 27 and still haven't lived it down
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