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if u have kids what's the funniest thing they every did

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by GreenGoblin, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    The reason I'm asking this is because my son told his pre-school teacher to "make it rain" a few days ago...and when I went to pick him up...his teacher told me..I see your son has been to the strip club, I said WHAAA!! and she was like cause he told me to make it rain for him...so embarrased
     
  2. kleg

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    The other morning I woke up and went into the kitchen to find that my 6 year old made microwavable pancakes for her and her 2 younger sisters. They were tearing them things up and then asked me "is this butter" holding up a plastic container.....it was sour cream and those pancakes were covered. :D
     
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    When my daughter was around five, she was having a feud with the neighbor girl. As I sat at the computer listening to them bicker back and forth, the neighbor girl said 'she was coming over to whip her ass'. To which, my daughter said, 'Your not going whip me cause you can't even cross the street by yourself' Of course, this exchange was quickly broken up by the neighbor girls mother. Apparently, she had also heard the feud and wasn't pleased with her daughters choice of words.
     
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    Omg, that's a good one. One thing I've learnt from my kid is not to take things - or myself - so seriously. Or with so much solemnity, actually.

    My son is only 2 and a half, so I guess he's had no chance to do sth like that YET, but my wife and I are having a blast trying to teach him the basic posessive pronouns. BTW, does anyone here know how to explain to a 2-year-old why he should refer to his toys as "my toys" while I call them "your toys" when speaking to him, and say "his toys" when talking to my wife ? Try to do it some time. It's really funny. Or perhaps I'm such a nerd...oh, well