lady garden

(10 Posts)
chelle792 Mon 15-Feb-16 19:08:26

One of the kids I work with used this word today to describe her bits. Apparently her pants were ridden up into her 'lady garden' and feeling uncomfortable. Told her to hoik the pants out of her bits grin

Surely a bit grown up for a five year old?

I now feel.judgy. Bugger - MN is indoctrinating me

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Mon 15-Feb-16 19:14:46

At least she didn't say 'man trap'...

My 3 year old dd said 'my knickers are giving me a front wedgie' yesterday.

chelle792 Mon 15-Feb-16 19:17:55

I just wanted to say 'girly, you don't have a garden' grin

Candycoco Mon 15-Feb-16 19:35:11

Yes it's not nice. My 11 year old dd came back from her dads once last year telling me that her dads wife has taught her 2 young daughters 2 & 5 a lady garden. So inappropriate if you ask me I was horrified. As you say there is no garden so it's a strange thing to say confused

Candycoco Mon 15-Feb-16 19:35:34

To say lady garden that should have been

Ryanairbride1234 Mon 15-Feb-16 19:37:16

Lady garden. LOL. I guess it's more polite than Fadge.

RumAppleGinger Mon 15-Feb-16 19:38:03

Totally off topic but there is someone in my area who places adds in the local shop windows advertising her services as a "friendly lady gardener" and a snigger at it every time.

molyholy Mon 15-Feb-16 19:40:14

Apparently when I was a youngster my mum wanted to teach us the correct words for our anatomy. That was until I informed her pretty loudly in a shopping centre, that I had an itchy vagina. She then decided that maybe we could just go back to 'privates'. But yes. Lady garden from a young child, is just wrong.

Lj8893 Mon 15-Feb-16 19:43:55

My neighbours daughter (7yo) shouted "owww I hurt my nuts" going down the firemans pole at the park the other day confused

chelle792 Mon 15-Feb-16 19:45:26

Argh, you guys are encouraging me to whine. I'm refraining but there was some definite snowflake behaviour going on

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