Thursday, 17 September 2015

Things He Says | The Potty Mouth Edition

Me: "Blah, blah, blah ... blah, blah, blah."
Him: " Why don't you just s*d off?!" 

9 comments:

Patio Postcards said...

Oh my goodness. How did you handle? Ignore, correct, chuckle?

Julie Kirk said...

Oh dear!

That said ... the other day I was telling a friend about someone whose behaviour had baffled me and she said 'Didn't you just say 'Oh. p**s off'?'.

Which I hadn't.

And yet ... there was something attractive in its brevity! [As the Boy Child seems to be experimenting with!]

debs14 said...

A part of me wanted to smile at reading this! All kids want to test the boundaries and he probably wondered what your reaction would be. I bet every mum that reads this can remember the first time their child tried out a new word! I remember getting over the shock of what I'd heard and then saying that we didn't use words like that, had they ever heard me talk like that? No. Well then you don't do it either. The trouble is that if you make a big thing of it, they learn to use it to effect. Oh the joys of bringing up children, good luck!

Sian said...

Priceless photo!

Ladkyis said...

I didn't laugh.............. oh, ok I did chuckle. He has reached the stage of learning where things are acceptable. My kids were told not to use words they didn't know the meaning of. When they learned the meaning they usually realised that saying it to your mother was not a Good Idea.

Made my day that!

Liz said...

Ooops! Which book was that from? Great photo. It matches the post perfectly xx

alexa said...

Yep, he's definitely growing up! You've got a great photo to go with it ...

Carole R said...

Oh dear indeed!
When my daughter was small we got on a bus whereupon she announced loudly to the lady sitting next to her ' I'm not allowed to say f***!'
Mortifying!

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