Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

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Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

Postby EnigmaFish » 26 Sep 2016, 20:53

... The Autumn/Winter 2016 edition.

Kleintje is a bit obsessed with having babies at the moment. In her world, we "lay" babies. Today we got, "these children (herself and her teddy) are special pq they are children but they lay lots of babies. They never grow up, they just keep laying all kinds of babies and they love them!"
Two minutes later: "Oh, and also in this country we don't have any monkeys. Well, we lay baby monkeys, but we don't like grown-up monkeys."
This is this first I've heard of an aversion to adult monkeys.

My favourite one was the other day: "In my country, we just keep having babies. We have more and more and more babies. And then, at the end, you have one big GIANT baby and then you die."

:?
v1.0: Kleintje, born January 2012.
v2.0: Newt, born July 2014.
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Re: Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

Postby GHJingle » 27 Sep 2016, 05:05

Yikes! I think I've had enough babies and I'm glad I don't live in that country!
A (May 2012), B (Feb 2016)
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Re: Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

Postby StJuniper » 09 Oct 2016, 12:43

The Feral Kid, over dinner: "God does not have a p*nis."
Mama to two boys, the Scout Kid P, 02/26/12 and the Feral Kid R 12/15/13, and one little Tumbleweed girl, 05/27/16.
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Re: Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

Postby GHJingle » 10 Oct 2016, 06:48

Love it!
A is learnings to read B A L L, Ball.... daddy has balls on his bottom mummy
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Re: Sentences You Don't Expect to Hear...

Postby EnigmaFish » 14 Oct 2016, 19:33

GHJ, if A is in school, I'd love to see the teacher's face when he reads that!

I have a fondness for mustard, and I'll often ask Kleintje to get one out for me. So, I might say, Please get the one with the little balls (wholegrain) or Please get the bright yellow mustard (English). She almost always asks, "Mama, is this the mustard I like?" No, darling, you like custard.
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