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    Hahaha, these are hilarious! They're little angels, aren't they?

    I remember Adri embarassing me horribly last Christmas at the shops. We were walking up to **** Smith and had passed "Santa" doing photos with kids. She was very excited to see Santa and we chatted about how he'd be bringing her presents, ect, and she waved to him, and I said we'd see him again on the way back down to the car. When we got up to **** Smith, I was paying for my USB when she suddenly yells,
    "Look Mummy! It's Santa!"
    I looked around and see she's pointing to a Muslim man with a very long beard.
    I told her to be quiet and stopped her pointing and left the shop, but as it turns out he and his wife were leaving at the same time, and Adri yells at at them,
    "Santa! Santa! Come play with me!"
    The guy looked mortified! His wife was laughing hysterically though

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    I remember when I was 8. We were staying at my Aunt and Uncle's place. My Aunty let me answer the phone.

    Me: "Hello, Ballard residence, Merin speaking"
    Frank: Why Hello Merin, what lovely phone manners, can I speak to your Aunty please, it's Frank.
    Me: Oooooh Hi Frank the ****, I'll go--
    Frank: excuse me?
    Me: Frank the ****?

    Meanwhile my mum and my aunt burst into laughter, I had NO idea what was so funny. My Aunty apologised to him and only explained that I was trying to rhyme.
    Meanwhile my mum was telling me not to say that word. And I had no idea what it meant for a long time.

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    dp n ds were at the shops the other day and ds was in the trolley n as they got closer to another trolley ds goes beep beep dp said he was embarrassed because the young lady pushing ther trolley gave them a horrible look...

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    I don't have any funny ones yet a my DD can't talk, but I was 14 when my little sister was born so when she was bout 3 and one I can remember we were walking past an Asian cooking shop that sells stir fries and what not and my little sister points out "look sister it's Jeff.. Jeeefff" and proceeded to wave at him, thinking he was Jeff from the wiggles ha ha



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    Loving them all, hilarious.

    The santa one reminds my of my DD at 4 getting very excited every time she saw Osama Bin Laden on TV, thinking it was Santa!! (Lucky that was a couple of years ago now).

    She came home from pre-kinder once talking about someone whose skin was dirty- a little indian girl with dark skin. Of course we had the whole everyone is different and beautiful talk.
    Went shopping a few weeks later, and she spotted a Sudanese man and declared at the top of her voice that: "Mummy look at that man, he's black and he's beauooootiful" Over and over and over. All I could do was smile shyly, and try to quietly agree, yes he is.

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    i have so many LOL

    we always have loud comments about how yucky/gross/smelly smoking is from all 3 of mine but DS is the worst
    once DS asked very loudly why he was 'to big' for a pram but that old man has one??? he was in a wheel chair and found it hillarious!
    another time he told a man at coles that he had really cool skin and it looked liked chocolate and how could he get his like that???
    and he once asked a woman at the bank about her berka(sp?) whats that? is it hot? can you see? are you a superhero? you have pretty eyes? where can my mummy buy one???
    lol he is not shy to ask any questions or point things out

    oh and DD1 who is so intrigued buy child birth will ask random pregnant ladies/ ladies with newbies if their baby will/did come out of there or their vagina or cut out of their tummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by LG View Post
    Probably thanks to XH, whenever we walk past someone smoking, DS says very loudly so that everyone in ear shot can hear (including of course the smoker in question) "Yuck, let's run so we can get away from that smokey man/woman!"

    I have never smoked, and I hate the smell too, but I've never seen a need to make a comment, I just keep walking and get out of the way of the smoke if I can. I find it so embarrassing when DS does this!
    My mum has taught DS to start coughing if someone is smoking around him. He does this really cute fake cough.

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    Ds doesn't talk yet but I know he'll come out with some corkers ...

    His latest is to pull my top down, bury his head in my ample breasts, and shake his head from side to side ...

    I can just imagine what he'll be like when he can ask for it!!





    * yes yes, it's an iPhone, please don't hold it against me ... *

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    I don't have any truly funny ones (just like the charming uncontrollable tantrums and the week he spent singing the word ***** every where we went )

    But my mum tells the story about my brother around 3 years wanted a lolly at the supermarket & mum said no and he pestered her but she kept saying no, so when they go into the line for the check out he turned to the woman behind them and said 'my mummy hits me till I bleed'

    My dad tells the story of the first time taking him to the movies when he was 2 years old they saw crocodile Dundee and the bit where the croc grabs the girl & tries to drag her into the water some guy in the cinema loudly shouted 'holy sh!t'.... So then 20 minutes later at a quiet moment in the movie my brother yelled out at the top of his lungs 'holy sh!t' and scared the crap out of the cinema goers.

    My brother is awesome. Lol
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    Oh I've got heaps of these stories.. Once DD pointed to the lady sitting next to me on the train and asked "Is that grumpy?". Another time she asked someone if they were big bird.

    A little while ago we were waiting for the tram and a dwarf (is that the correct term) walked up to the stop and DD started yelling "Mum I saw a funny man!! Mum it's a funny man!"


 

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