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Old 23-04-2014
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Funny things kids say

Been thinking about some of the funny things my son says/does.

Usually he does this is I'm on the phone. Goes like this.

Tom: Dad
Me: I'm on the phone Tom, just a minute.
Tom: comes over grabs my face with both hands, turns me towards him & says: Daddy, Daddy, listen to my boice!

Another one was last time they were here, he had some bouncy balls, didn't matter how many times we corrected him, he kept referring to them as Bunchy Balls. Made us giggle.

What funny stuff do your kids come out with?
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kids are awesome!!! they are so funny.
my boy (nearly 3) comes out with heaps of crack ups, most of them i cant remember.
when he gets in trouble he talks back like he's extremely angry because he's in trouble. usually half closes one eye and points at me and says "im very cross!!!" one day he did this but was extra pissed off for some reason and shouted at me "DAD, IM INCREDIBLE!!!!"
my daughter (15 months) has just started saying a few words. most just "juice", "bike", "daddy", "jake"(dogs name).
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I often overhear kids arguing over something on the bus and one of them will nearly always say "well I read it on the internet!". Apparently that trumps all other opinions?
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After a ride and a couple bourbons, Dustrider comes out with this....

My Pastrami bars are pacificly constable....
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My 18 month old says "nang nang". I like to teach her the important stuff.

My niece calls the school principal " the head mischief" at her school "our lady of the rosemary"
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On a recent trip to the Healesville Sanctuary my youngest daughter 5 needed to go to the toilet and takes mum in with her.

As they are waiting for a cubicle a rather macho looking woman with short hair walks out of a cubicle and at the top of her lungs my daughter yells out:

"This is the girls toilet, men aren't allowed in here"
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In super cheap a few months ago and an aboriginal Australian is doing some shopping, my then 4 yo has never seen a man of this complexion before and rather loudly says "dad what is wrong with that mans skin"
After explaining that nothing is wrong with his skin he is just a different colour to him and me I then apologise to the man, he says no worries and we are on our way.
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Little fellas just turned 5. He's on a roll with the infomercials/commercials at the moment. Everything he sees he's got something to say! Walked into the office last night and said you know, that thing on TV makes your belly go into your chest (one of those workout systems). Thats after telling mum he's going to get her a roomba for her birthday, and then asking if she'd like to wear a genie bra.
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In super cheap a few months ago and an aboriginal Australian is doing some shopping, my then 4 yo has never seen a man of this complexion before and rather loudly says "dad what is wrong with that mans skin"
After explaining that nothing is wrong with his skin he is just a different colour to him and me I then apologise to the man, he says no worries and we are on our way.
Very embarrassing
We live in a community were many indigenous people are from or have settled here, we have some lovely mates that are fair dinks Aussies, when he was around 6 my lad told me that he was glad we where friends with Tom and Munarme (two of the local elders, and "peace keepers") I asked why, thinking because they are imposing dark skinned men so it must be a physical prescence thing, so he says...

"Cause Dad they know lotsa stuff, magical stuff, we learnt that about them at school"
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