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    I refer to it as bits mostly in the shower context. Its"make sure you wash all you bits" or penis if I'm just referring to that. Like "dont poke your penis in there something will bite it"

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    Penis or doodle.

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    Girly Bits, Vulva [outside], Vagina [inside]
    (had that particular inside/outside talk today - because she had some pain - before we had only used Vagina)

    Willy, Boysie Bits, Penis

    Bum, Butt, Bottom, Anus.


    'BUTT' is the most favoritest world E.V.E.R in our house at the moment - and apparently thanks to something they saw on Tv.. they saying 'You smell like a walrus' butt!!!' is hilarious stuff...no matter how many times they say it..still hilarious -- apparently. *grimace*

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    Erm. I call them what they are...? Vulva/Vagina and Penis/Testicles.

    Don't pussy foot around with stupid made up names, they're body parts, part of our anatomy, call them what they are, you wouldn't nickname your damn elbow now would you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Vagina. I am aware there are individual parts but vagina simply describes the entire genital region.

    I don't understand the desire to cutesy it up.

    "Uncle touched my butterfly," isn't going to get the correct message across in case of child abuse. Replacing butterfly with vagina will appropriately worry any adult who hears it though.
    ^^this and u make a good point about child abuse. At schools we're meant to use the proper terms when teaching kids from pre-primary onwards for this very reason.

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    We have girl bits and boy bits for general but I have started using the proper names as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscotti View Post
    My girls use the correct names. And the same for other parts of their bodies, elbow, leg, foot etc
    Why do you want to make up a name for a body part? Not having a go, just curious
    so you don't hit your 'funny bone'?

    ..'wiggle your tootsies'

    'blow your schnoz'

    'touch your knee cap'

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    ..just curious

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    No, not really, I'm very boring!
    Funny bone I might say though but I don't use tootsies etc

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    we call it a fanny and doodle. hehe.

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    exactly that ---> 'bits'


 

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