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To have Outright Laughed at DD when She Asked for 'Cutted up Pear'?

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ChatEnOeuf Tue 20-Jan-15 13:17:27

She got the pear, all cutted up nicely of course grin

MrsTawdry Tue 20-Jan-15 13:18:57

Did you know there's a user name "cutted up pear"? And that she had a very well known post about it...probably in classics now.

MrsTawdry Tue 20-Jan-15 13:19:21

Oh of course you did! that's why you're sharing! blush

Trufflethewuffle Tue 20-Jan-15 14:02:50

My DD used to love cheese sandwiches. But she loved an occasional bit of variety so sometimes instead of grated cheese she would ask for cutted cheese!

MiddleAgedandConfused Tue 20-Jan-15 14:58:43

My son used to ask us to put the 'dark on' at bed time, not the light off. Love the funny things kids do with word!

NotYouNaanBread Tue 20-Jan-15 14:59:53

My 6 year old DD still says upfused instead of confused. Obv. we're hardly going to correct such an adorable upfusion.

AntiDistinctlyMinty Tue 20-Jan-15 15:02:20

grin grin grin

CeliaLytton Tue 20-Jan-15 15:04:05

YANBU. I love it when things like that happen.

Ahh, cutted up pear <nostalgic>

MiddleAgedandConfused Tue 20-Jan-15 15:04:53

Another one - son said he was suffering from compensation! We still use that term whenever one the kids is a bit bunged up!

Degustibusnonestdisputandem Tue 20-Jan-15 15:08:25

One of my sisters said she was "ravishing" when she was hungry (ravenous) We still use it to this day grin

Bramshott Tue 20-Jan-15 15:11:50

grin grin grin
Your DD is a secret Mumsnetter!

Scaredycat3000 Tue 20-Jan-15 15:19:45

I may do continue to use wee-poo instead of diarrhea, courtesy of DC1.

ChatEnOeuf Tue 20-Jan-15 15:45:09

grin I fear this, Bramshott

She has a lovely way with words, we all sit down for a bus of tea in our house smile

Buxtonstill Tue 20-Jan-15 15:48:05

We have 'singing cake' at birthdays, courtesy of DN!

PrimalLass Tue 20-Jan-15 15:51:54

My DS used to say things had 'onappeared' as opposed to disappeared.

DD is nearly 7 and says 'cutted' blush

smilingthroughgrittedteeth Tue 20-Jan-15 15:52:12

Little girl I used to nanny for announced to grandparents on the phone that she had coco pops, she meant chicken pox grin

SoonToBeMrsB Tue 20-Jan-15 15:53:20

My mum once told my brother that he'd hurt her feelings so he climbed onto her lap and started stroking her earlobes. When asked what he was doing he said, "fixing your feelings".

He also called horses "snuffies", after Snuffy from Sesame Street. We still call them that and he's 18 now grin

madhairday Tue 20-Jan-15 15:54:53

Houmous is called Thomas in our house, and cucumber is binbinber.

And the dc are 11 and 14 grin

flora717 Tue 20-Jan-15 16:01:05

Flutter bye byes.(butterflies)
Crawl bye byes. (Spiders)

SpanielFace Tue 20-Jan-15 20:16:51

We have "Ice-yum" for icecream, which I think is a great name for it! DS is 2 x

Anabundanceof Tue 20-Jan-15 20:24:03

At the end of a meal we have sminished nuff

Bonsoir Tue 20-Jan-15 20:27:26

DD who is 10 told me in confidence that her friend at school has weekly appointments with the Psychopath shock

pickledsiblings Tue 20-Jan-15 20:34:42

DS2 (7) told me it 'snew' (snowed) in the night and he woke up and saw it smile

Only when I was thinking how to spell it did I realise that it's similar to grow/grew.

quietbatperson Tue 20-Jan-15 20:41:31

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Bragadocia Tue 20-Jan-15 20:47:06

DS asked for his pear to be 'cut up' this week, and I started laughing at the thought that he could have said 'cutted up'. DH and I say it to each other, just because of that thread.

I might visit Classics and read it again.

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