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Kids Say The Darnest Things...

Yi!!
 
Slacker is a huge fan of ‘Modern Family’ and in the latest episode Mitch and Cam tried to clean up Lily’s language before her turn as a flower girl. She kept dropping the ‘F’ bomb. This maybe Slacker think of what his son, Noah did just the other morning. See, kids have a lot of things they need to do in the morning, they don’t realize it. Well, when Slacker woke up he saw Noah in his bed and told him he needed to go to the bathroom and that he should too, so Slacker went to the bathroom and when he came back and saw Noah punching himself down… there… And he asked Noah what was going on with him. Noah said which I will refrain from his words, “My “thing” won’t go down.” He was having a “thing” and he’s only five years old!! What did Slacker do when Noah said this? Well, he crumbled to the floor and laughed his butt off! Noah, took that as a sign of making people smile so it became his new punch line. Fifteen minutes later when Slacker’s wife came into the kitchen while they were having breaking, he said, “Mommy, guess what? My “thing” won’t go down.” Slacker says it’s not his fault, but you know it is… Oh man…
 
My niece used to say the “s” word and the “b” word because well, we all suck and forget that sometimes there’s a kid around when we all get together and we can’t watch those kinds of shows... Oops.
 
What’s the funniest, outrageous, most inappropriate thing you child has said?
 
Peace. Love – Assistant Producer Stephanie




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