Where in the Hell Did He Hear That”

cute little boyBoth of my kids talked early.  That can be a curse.  When my son was about twenty months old, we’d been pursuing mice in our house.  He never got there in time to see them.  One wonderful day, he found one that had fallen and drowned in the commode.  He came ripping out to share the thrilling news, then made the following remark, “I’ve been wanting to see a mouse for many years, and finally found one in the bammode.(commode)  That son of a bitch!”

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22 thoughts on “Where in the Hell Did He Hear That”

  1. Rosa Ave Fénix says:

    Children are the same in all the countries… they pick up all the curse words, in Spain is the same and sometimes you don’t know whether to laugh or give him or her a slap (not very strong!!!)

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  2. When my daughter was very young and we would be out in public — a store, a mall, a park, a restaurant — she would frequently point at people, particularly at women or other girls, and blurt out, “I don’t like her hair.” At first, the target of her derision would look at her, but then they’d look at us, her parents, as if to say, “You need to teach your daughter some manners.”

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  3. Lol! Your story reminded me of the day my three-year-old granddaughter discovered what the birds had done to her trampoline. She put her hands on her hips and said, “Those birds need to get potty trained!” Kids give us some great memories 🙂

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  4. Lmao! I know this feeling! I don’t have kids of my own but my cousin alex was 3 at the time and I got cut off by a car almost resulting in an accident. Knowing Alex was in the car I said “ugh! You stupid… Person”. I really wanted to say “you stupid son of a bitch”. Luckily I didn’t because another car got a little close on the drive back and he said “Look! Sammy! Ugh! Another PERSON!”

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