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    headoverfeet is offline The truth will set you free, but first it will **** you off. -Gloria Steinem
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    Ah what a good thread

    A few weeks ago my children had a facination with the show Grandpa in My Pocket, well we were at a museum and another family was there- Grandparents, Father, Mother and 3 children. My youngest who is 2.5 pointed to the Grandfather who was wearing a plaid hat and shouted out "Hi Grandpa in my pocket" OMG I was torn between being mortified and trying not to pee myself laughing, it still makes me laugh when I think about it.

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    At our friends fathers funeral.... (kids were welcome) it was quite a full on funeral, about 300 people tightly gathered in a beautiful chapel. Everyone was ushered in, the music and lights were dimmed as the service was about to begin...... Absolute silence it was a really nice moment.... Then dd does a fart and yells "FLUFFIE!!!! HAHAHA"
    So embarrassed!!!!!!

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    I have been laughing so hard I woke my dh!
    Too too funny!!!

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    DS1 (3 years old) and I were shopping, he was in the trolley and this rather large women squeezes past the display. DS pipes up and says so innocently- WOW look at that girl she is big how did she fit through there? I pushed the trolley very fast away from the women then explain to him that it isn't nice to say things like that.

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    Heard a hilarious one the other day. When this girl at work was 3 she was catching a plane and there was an Aboriginal woman behind her from one of the remote communities. She proclaimed very loudly " look mum there's a monkey behind us !" how embarrssing !!!

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    OMG, reading all these has made my night. Got tears ********* down my face from laughing soooo much. Well I got no embarrassing stories(DS whose almost 3 has speech problems). But he does follow random people when there walking, and when he sees a motorbike his gota run after it lol(thanx to me, wanted to get him home quicker so told him to chase the motorbike that was going up our street)

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    I had DS1 inside the cubicle in some public toilets while I went to the loo. He was just out of arms reach and he bent down, crawled on floor (yuk) and stuck his head under the wall between my cubicle and the next. He twisted his head around, looked up at the lady next to us who was peeing and asked "Is that a man or a lady?" in a big loud voice. I got out of there as quickly as possible...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberry Crumble View Post
    My son kept referring to his little Asian Kindy friend as his "brown friend" !
    my DD has done this with the little Indian boy in her class. She was also really fascinated for awhile asking if our baby was going to be a little brown baby like 'insert childs name'...

    DS also announced after DS2 was born "hey mum he is light black like us" to much laughter from the midwifes (we are all super-ultra-need-sunnies-in-the-sun white lol)

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    nothing he said but when my now 9 year old was about 3, we were walking round a pet shop wasting time and there was a large fish tank full of fish and on the top sat acouple of little tanks with fighting fish in them. with my back turned ds tipped all the fighting fish into the big tank turning the big tank a murky colour. I stood there in shock not knowing what to do but a sales lady said look dont worry about it.

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    DD2 did it again..

    same shop.
    I was putting her in the trolley and she would not stop giggling..

    there was a line of people getting annoyed and i could not get her in..

    she finally stopped and said...OOPIE DAISIE...I FART!!

    everyone laughed...i was mortified.


 

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