"Ds1, please don't use your willy as a stylus for the DS Lite"

(148 Posts)
coldtits Wed 05-Jan-11 12:16:43

"Ds2, you don't do it either, please. PANTS ON for all activities except the bath and the toilet. No, I don't want to see you shake it. Thanks. Or poking it out of the side of your pants. FOR GOD'S SAKE, YOU'RE 7 AND 4, YOU'RE TOO OLD TO NOT WEAR PANTS!!!"

westlake Wed 05-Jan-11 12:17:34

lol :-)

borderslass Wed 05-Jan-11 12:18:03

RFLMAO Sorry grin

grin

MadreInglese Wed 05-Jan-11 12:18:19

pmsl! grin

WilfShelf Wed 05-Jan-11 12:18:36

hahaha, sounds like my house.

and roflmao at thread title. Ah yes, it's only a matter of time here too...

classydiva Wed 05-Jan-11 12:20:10

ha ha ha funny as.

Is it snowing where you are, coldtits? Or frosty, perhaps - because then you could send them outside to play - that would ensure that their appendages were swiftly covered in several layers of cloth!

It does remind me of the occasion in Evans when I was trying on a dress, and dh, ds1 and ds2 were waiting outside the dressing room for me. Ds1 stood up in the back of the buggy, whipped his trousers down, and announced in ringing tones, 'my wee wee is UP!!' I hid and let dh deal with it.

Mists Wed 05-Jan-11 12:21:59

Brilliant! Is this the same DS who used to put his willy through the hole in DVDs?

TheProvincialLady Wed 05-Jan-11 12:22:42

I knew this would be yougrin

wayoftheworld Wed 05-Jan-11 12:32:57

this cheeered me up!!grin grin

shoshe Wed 05-Jan-11 12:33:12

Fellow CM was having her Ofsted inspection, was going brilliant until her 4 year old came out of the toilet with no trousers on shouting 'Do you want to see my willy, its sticking up!'

Friend frantically trying to shut him up and get clothes back on him, but he was not having any of it.

Her DH came in and he was shoved back out the door with said child.

She then took a deep breathe ............... NOT A GOOD IDEA!

Her old dog, lying the other side of the door behind the inspectors chair, had decided to fart (now this dog could clear the house).

We didnt give her any sympathy when she told us, I just couldnt stop laughing.

(She got a great Ofsted anyway, Inspector definitely had a sense of humour) grin

Poshpaws Wed 05-Jan-11 12:38:41

Ahh, life with a house of boys grin.

NorwegianMoon Wed 05-Jan-11 12:41:58

my son and his friend were found upstairs naked having willy wars. i have no desire to ever know what that involves...

i also get worried when i hear "my willy is fizzing up"

yuck

HaveAHappyNewJung Wed 05-Jan-11 12:44:39

I'm still PMSL remembering a thread last month about a toddler hanging Xmas tree decorations off his willy, and his big sister telling him to put more on

My DS is only 1 so I have all this to look forward to...

pickyourbattles Wed 05-Jan-11 12:47:07

You see stories like these are putting me off potty training my DSs completely - while they're willies are in their nappies they're safe! grin

wussbird Wed 05-Jan-11 12:48:57

Mine used to feed his to the plastic ducks in the bath...

Indith Wed 05-Jan-11 12:51:30

"Don't play with your willy at the table" is often said in this house, as is "don't stick your willy in the [insert random object here]" The best expression of love and devotion from ds to his willy has to be "mummy my willy is so beautiful when it is bigger". A true life-long friendship

borderslass Wed 05-Jan-11 12:54:28

Sorry ladies but it doesn't get any better as they get older grin

5inthebed Wed 05-Jan-11 12:54:34

I'm giggling so much reading this thread.

Three boys in this house, so much to look forward to.

Recipient30D Wed 05-Jan-11 12:59:02

my youngest son, 4, is so obsessed with his, he replaces random words in songs with 'willy' as he sings to himself through the day.. and he sings a lot

NorwegianMoon Wed 05-Jan-11 13:00:35

indith really? my willy is beautiful when its bigger? oh dear, and the love of willy never stops.

my son used to stand in the bath crouched and dangle the tip of his willy in the water, or fill a cup of water and put his willy in it. very disturbing to watch, more concerning to know its all normal.

I have to tell him to play with it in private

januaryjojo Wed 05-Jan-11 13:07:56

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Indith Wed 05-Jan-11 13:09:03

Oh yes NorwegianMoon but hey ho they learn at some point when it is ok to play and when not to.

IWantToBeAFairyWhenIGrowUp Wed 05-Jan-11 13:11:10

grin I'm quite relieved I don't have a son now.

What a brilliant thread.

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