At the deli at woollies dd decided to tell the man behind the counter that I have big boobs... He gave her a slice of fritz.... Now she tells everyone. Ps. I don't
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10-04-2015 21:23 #51
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11-04-2015 06:07 #52
This just reminded me of when my sister was about 5 or 6 and we met a man with a prosthetic leg. We'd just been talking about how some people have prosthetics to replace limbs they've lost, so she was all excited to actually see one and she exclaims loudly "look, that man has a PATHETIC leg!". I wanted to die of embarrassment!
11-04-2015 06:15 #53
I just remembered one from when ds was 1.5yrs. Walking through coles pushing the trolly with him in the seat and out of no where he leans over and pulls my top and bra down to have a feed....😯 he stopped feeding when he was 8 months. Lets just say no one in the asile missed my exposure.... I was struggling to pry him off and regain my clothing.
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11-04-2015 08:41 #54
We took our nephew through a cave tour when he was 4ish. Anyway big tour group and the guide asked him if he knew what translucent was and of course he said no so she asked does your mummy know to which my nephew replied
"Nah my mummy is a dumbass"
Everyone looked at me (I was laughing so hard at this point)
I had to explain I was the aunt
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11-04-2015 08:53 #55
When you make a giant love heart pancake for breakfast and tell the kids to tell him it was a special message and they take it to him in another room. Than he ask you why you made him a boot.
11-04-2015 08:55 #56
11-04-2015 13:24 #57
When you're at a restaurant with your foreign speaking grandmother and DS does a MASSIVE gary in his plastic high chair. Foreign grandmother started off in her language but have no idea what she said and can only guess she was very startled as she is also blind.
11-04-2015 13:32 #58
I remember shopping with DD when she was 3, we were walking down an aisle and she said very loudly 'look mummy that man has a baby in his tummy!' I shhhhhed her very quickly and told her no, only girls get babies in their tummies. Wrong thing to say! Next aisle down she saw a larger woman and she said the exact same thing...eeeek
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13-04-2015 18:09 #59
You admit to your husband that you thought the song 'Oh Errol' was called Rosanna and would sing along "Ro-sanna! I would give anything, just to be like you!"
He looks at you, asks if you are serious. You say yes. He maintains eye contact whilst removing his wedding ring and shaking his head!
15-04-2015 08:36 #60
When you let your guard down because you've heard your boss isn't coming in to work...then he appears whilst you are standing in the hallway talking to colleagues about burritos whilst you're inhaling a piece of peanut butter toast.
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