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    Nothing to add (DD is only 10 months) but subscribing because this thread is hilarious! I have tears from laughing so hard! I'm sure DD will get me good sometime soon!

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    Haha, I love these stories!

    We went into my work today as one of the ladies was shaving her head. So it's all quiet, ' oh, got no hair! Mummy mummy julie got no hair! So funny! Look mummy julie got uncle mike hair! Oh so funny!' And I actually work with dhs best mate uncle mike who was standing half a metre away...every one bald is now ' uncle mike! LOOK MUMMY uncle mike got no hair!'

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    Pregalicious is offline "Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple."
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    DS (3yrs) once asked a man in a wheel chair if he could have a turn

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    The gorgeous 2.5 year old girl I used to nanny for was very excited when she saw a man with an akubra at the shops, every time she saw him she announced there was a cowboy. He thought it was rather amusing too.

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    `DD2 is the worst.
    she loves squeezy packs of yogurt..but cant say it properly, she says, Squeezy f$^k

    so we spent the whole supermarket shop with my 2 year old screaming...

    I want a squeezy Fu&ck mummmy give me my squeezy *****..


    I was scarlett!

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    Not taking it the wrong way SMB. I know I didn't handle it well but was a little caught by surprise. I tried, although badly, to explain the lack of foot while encouraging him to walk a little faster. I smiled at the man and went to apologise but he gave me an unpleasant look and then turned to the person he was walking with a started talking. I have a feeling that it may be a newish thing due to his age but could be totally off base.


    EquineMum - my friends daughter calls popcorn c*ck p*rn. Her parents, as well as others, find it hilarious.


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    We were at the beach and my DD would've been maybe 18 months old and we were walking to the waters edge when she caught sight of a man with very very very hairy legs. he was facing the water and we came up behind him.

    She proceeded to point and Make all these excited noises at his legs, then sat herself next to him and reached out to grab the hair - I scooped her up before he noticed her fascination.

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    ROFL

    My step-uncle was visiting from germany last month, his names is Fritz, we told DD to say "goodnight fritz", she said "goodnight sh*ts". The rest of the weekend she went around calling out "sh*ts, sh*ts, where are you?" "uncle sh*ts" we were in hysterics! Luckily I don't think Fritz was offended...

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    Wow such an appropriate thread for what happened to me today.

    So upon dropping DD off at kinder this afternoon she promptly announces to her teacher 'my mum has a hairy flower' OMFG thanks Aim's!!! (we call our girl bits flowers and she is just facinated by mine)

    I was once out shopping with DS when he was younger and there was a lady with her child - she was a dwarf (I hope that is the politically correct term - sorry if I offend anyone) so DS pipes up at the top of his lungs 'why is that mummy little?' she just smiled and I gave a nod of appreciation for her understanding

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgnesRonald&Beryl'sMum View Post
    `DD2 is the worst.
    she loves squeezy packs of yogurt..but cant say it properly, she says, Squeezy f$^k

    so we spent the whole supermarket shop with my 2 year old screaming...

    I want a squeezy Fu&ck mummmy give me my squeezy *****..


    I was scarlett!
    Ahahahahaha that's hilarious!!!

    I have so many, but one that sticks out is DS1.... He loved The Count from sesame street, but he pronounced it "C*nt" so many times he had yelled out in public "C*nt say ahahaha" ( doing the counts laugh ) and one time he saw a man he thought looked like the count, and announced as loud as his little voice could " mummy that man look like c*nt" one of those moments when you don't look at anyone, just keep walking like nothing happened

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