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Things Kids Say

PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 3:02 pm
by Dayna
A long time ago, I worked at a grocery store as a cashier & one lady came through my line, I rung up here order, & at the same time, her little girl helped put it in bags. There were several cans of tuna in there. Then the girl said, " Mommy, I bagged your cat food for you." her Mom said, " Honey that's not cat food, it's my lunch!"

PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2008 4:17 pm
by Des
Great story Dayna!

A couple of years ago I passed a devoted father playing enthusiastically and rather ostentatiously with his little girl in a very busy local shopping centre, lifting her high above his head then sweeping her down to the ground. I had to smile when she exclaimed loudly between excited giggles, 'Daddy, your breath smells!' Priceless!

PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2008 1:14 am
by CantSleepClownsWillGetMe
Told to me one Parents' Night

When my son was in P5 at school, his teacher arranged for 'Robert The Bruce' to visit their class where he would give a talk, then do a question and answer session with the kids.

The man was dressed in the authentic garb of that time, and described in great detail the events of his life. The children were enthralled.

At the end, the teacher told the children to put up their hands if they had any questions for 'King Robert'. Several hands went up, including that of my offspring.

The teacher tried desperately to avoid eye contact with my son as she knew some of his remarks could be pretty choice, and slowly worked her way round the room choosing different children to question the man (and also secretly hoping that the time would run out before she got to my son). Eventually, there was no-one left to ask. Rigid with dread, she asked him what his question was.

"Okaaaay. Is that the watch you wore at the Battle of Bannockburn ...?"

PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 5:00 pm
by Ted
An alcoholic was urinating on the side of an electrical box in the street as I walked my daughter (aged about 8) home from school. Seeing a little girl, the guy got very embarrassed and apologised to me. K. announced loudly "its alright daddy, I didn't see his knob"

PostPosted: Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:06 pm
by Des
Ted wrote:An alcoholic was urinating on the side of an electrical box in the street as I walked my daughter (aged about 8) home from school. Seeing a little girl, the guy got very embarrassed and apologised to me. K. announced loudly "its alright daddy, I didn't see his knob"


Lol!