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    Quote Originally Posted by Newfherder;2274120;
    What ever you have, it's nice of you to share with Muduh I'm hoping she means pick up
    ACK. I don't know what to say. Anyway I heard this little boy in the store the other day and his Mom was picking out some beans and putting them in the grocery cart. So the boy says "Mommmmm don't get those, gramma will get the walking farts like Larry the Cable guys gramma." (I just about pee'd myself and had to get out of that aisle RIGHT AWAY.)
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    Newf, I saw that after it was too late to correct it. I'm hoping that he didn't kick that little kid. lol

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    You know, I just thought of something. This whole thread reminds me of the Rodney Atkins song "Watching You". In the song, he's singing about driving with his four year old son. The son is in his car seat with a happy meal and the dad has to stop short for a red light. The son said "s***" and when daddy asked him where he learned that word, he said "I've been watching you." This is actually a true story kind of song. Rodney's first song was "If You're Going Through H***" and one day while his son was in a lunch line at preschool, he started singing it and they had to call his dad about him swearing.
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    My first word was "Sonofa*****". I apparently learned this when my father shouted it after getting cut off in traffic. My parents still laugh about it.
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    I swear my daughter's first word was "Oleomargerine". She said it clear as a bell. Of course she didn't say another word for several months. What's that saying about a million monkeys with a million typewriters?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutmutter;2274819;
    I swear my daughter's first word was "Oleomargerine". She said it clear as a bell. Of course she didn't say another word for several months. What's that saying about a million monkeys with a million typewriters?
    I'll never forget being at my parents house, just me, my husband, my dad and our baby. She was in dad's lap and got fussy and he wanted one of us to take her. My husband walks over and goes to pick her up and clear as a bell she says: "I want my mama". The 3 of us just stopped in our tracks, stared at each other and said: did she just say that? She was only 6 months old at the time. It was weird. She continued to talk mostly one word at a time, but was saying simple sentences at 1 year old. Her pediatrician was amazed at her language skills as she talked to him when we saw him. He said he'd never seen a young child with such advanced verbal skills. We've always said she started talking at 6 months and hasn't shut up since (she'll be 16 in a month).

    The other weird thing she did, was when she was three. My mom and I were grocery shopping and she was with us. My mom was in front of the seafood case and they had snow crab legs displayed. My daughter asked my mom what is that? and my mom says: crab legs and my daughter says: NO, they are SNOW crab legs. My mom and I just stared at her. She couldn't have read the sign, she couldn't read and we had NEVER had crab legs, let alone snow crab legs ever in front of her. How did she know? (key in the weird twilight zone music now)

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    Thank you rosiedog. I am bursting with pride right now. Again - this is the daughter that put me through 18 years of contrariness (to put it politely). Talk about seeing something pay off in the long term!
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    I have to preface this story with a note about some commercials that have been airing around here lately, obviously making an impact on their target audience: health awareness commercials for mono geared toward teenagers. "You can get it from close contact: eating, drinking, kissing, even hugging." Etc...

    One of my daughters is almost 13, the other a few years younger. The younger one is a bit of a worrier. She worries over everything. So Saturday night before bed, we were changing the sheets on my bed. The SO and I were drinking wine and set both half-full glasses on the same table. When he went to get his glass, she asked him, "Are you sure that's your glass?" He said yes, but it didn't really matter, did it? That Mom wouldn't mind sharing. She says, "Well, what if you catch HOMO?" He and I just stared blankly at each other until big sis starts cracking up and manages to spit out "You mean MONO...."

    Wine spit through the nose is never pleasant, in case you were wondering.

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    remote goddess, the SO and I?? Umm...call me stupid but what is that?
    Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
    Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1

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