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Wallace Sat 17-Jul-04 21:55:13

Sorry I know this has probably been done to death, but I had to share this.

I was absent-mindedly (if that's a word!) singing along to a song on the radio which went something like "I better leave right now, before I fall any deeper.."
Then had the following conversation with ds (5)

Ds: What is that person going to fall into, that means they have to go?
Me: They are talking about falling in love.
Ds(after a moments contemplation): Oh...That would be a very soft landing!

I thinkthat will bring a smile to my face for weeks to come

chloeb2002 Sat 17-Jul-04 23:22:58

simialar but more on the funny note, DD hears the horses 'release wind' and when she first asked i said yes dear horsey has windy bum. this she by herself has develeoped into windy tummy for a burp and still windy bum for the other. Normally no worries but whilst walking around tescos on a quiet afternoon an elderly gentleman did the afore mentioned with greta gusto right next to us... at the top of the voisce she yelled..... windy bum! AHHHHHHH then she repeated it for good effect!AAAAHHHHH i nearly died and the whole store heard im sure!

carla Sat 17-Jul-04 23:53:15

Oh, God, they are adoable, aren't they?

essbee Sat 17-Jul-04 23:56:07

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twiglett Sun 18-Jul-04 00:04:48

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Paula71 Wed 14-Jul-04 23:12:54

Managed to catch the whole of The Wright Stuff the other day. At the end they were going over the what had been on TV during the weekend and showed a clip from a programme about WW2. In it the German planes dropped bombs and machine gunned some poor people standing on a harbour.

Ds twin1 noticed immediately, having a thing about planes, he watch somberly before declaring "Naughty plane." Then when the clip finished both he and ds twin2 enthusiastically waved "bye bye bad plane."

Not side splittingly funny but ever so cute the way he said it....guess you had to be there!

Paula71 Wed 14-Jul-04 23:12:55

Managed to catch the whole of The Wright Stuff the other day. At the end they were going over the what had been on TV during the weekend and showed a clip from a programme about WW2. In it the German planes dropped bombs and machine gunned some poor people standing on a harbour.

Ds twin1 noticed immediately, having a thing about planes, he watch somberly before declaring "Naughty plane." Then when the clip finished both he and ds twin2 enthusiastically waved "bye bye bad plane."

Not side splittingly funny but ever so cute the way he said it....guess you had to be there!

Paula71 Wed 14-Jul-04 23:13:27

Ah footer, I did a doubler!

jodee Mon 23-Aug-04 22:36:10

DS (age 4) made me laugh earlier - we were watching a Disney video, and he always has to sit through the trailers for other films. There was a clip of The Lion King stage show and DS turned to me and said:

"I don't like The Lion King".

Me: "What do you like then?"

DS: "Burger King!".

(Now he's never even set foot in a Burger King - McDonald's, yes... !)

Furball Mon 06-Sep-04 07:57:39

DS (3) said to DH yesterday (very thinning hair and had one days stubble) 'Daddy, so, when I'm older - Will I loose all the hair off my head and start growing it on my face?'

I giggled all day.

fio2 Mon 06-Sep-04 08:00:43

POSTMAN PAT IS NOT A CHAP!!!

TraceyP Mon 06-Sep-04 08:30:11

Duran Duran's Save a Prayer on the radio, 3 year old dd listening intently, got to the chorus where they go "save a prayer till the morning after" and with a very concerned look on her face dd says "He shouldn't do anything in the morning unless he has his breakfast first".

The other one that really made me laugh was when she said to MIL "I think you must be a tiger, Nanny, you've got great big stripes all over your forehead". Wrinkles!

tex111 Mon 06-Sep-04 08:42:02

Putting DS down for the night is always a trial as he comes up with every excuse in the book to stay awake - drinks, more talks, another story, etc and I'm very bad about giving in.

The other night DH and I were deciding who would put him down that night and DS (who's 2) piped up and said 'Mommy do it'. When we asked why he wanted Mommy to do it his reply was 'Mommy a pushover'!! Don't know where that came from though I suspect DH. Made us both laugh so, of course, it has become DS's favourite saying now.

Bibiboo Mon 06-Sep-04 09:23:42

My 4 yo cousin has just had a baby sister and when she was telling me about her, she said
"And when I kiss her, she gets lines on her forest" (meaning forehead), had me chuckling

aloha Mon 06-Sep-04 10:21:39

Me, "don't jump on my tummy, darling"
Ds: "Why?"
Me (deep breath) "because it's got a baby in it"
DS "Oh, don't be silly mummy!"

coppertop Mon 06-Sep-04 10:26:12

Ds1 was standing on the 1st floor of the shopping centre watching the people on the ground floor walking by. He spotted a man with no hair on the top of his head and shouted:

"Mum! That man's got no HEAD!!"

CountessDracula Mon 06-Sep-04 10:31:01

DD aged 2: I'm a minky (her word for her bits!)
Me: You're a minky
DD: I'm not a minky, I'm a little girl - silly mummy!

CountessDracula Mon 06-Sep-04 10:31:53

DH on his exercise mat doing his pilates in his boxers.

Dd: Mummy, Daddy looks like a big fat piggy!

Chinchilla Mon 06-Sep-04 19:55:40

DS: Girls don't have winkles
Me: No, what do they have?
DS: ...maybe...teletubbies!

Me: What did you do at pre-school today?
DS: It's a long story Mummy <hey? Where did that come from?>

Tanzie Mon 06-Sep-04 22:28:33

DD2 (who is all of three, going on thirteen) when trying on anoraky type coats in shop "I really don't think red is my colour!!"

daisy1999 Mon 06-Sep-04 22:31:56

Asking 5 year old if her teacher is nice, dd replies "well she's doesn't have 2 heads if that's what you mean". Why would I mean that??

Spod Mon 06-Sep-04 22:36:24

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Shimmy21 Mon 06-Sep-04 22:38:16

When I came into the room and found someone had drawn on the table:
Me: Did you do that?
ds2: No, I was him when I did it (pointing at ds1)

saintshar Mon 06-Sep-04 22:56:57

There was a 'picture' on my newly decorated wall.
I went to DS2, aged 2(knowing full well it was him that did it.) "Who did THAT on my wall?" i asked him.
"It wasn't me Mum" he said "It was my hand!!"

kid Mon 06-Sep-04 23:24:15

Teacher : X told me you threw their pencil down the drain
DN : No, Y gave it to me so I looked at it.
Teacehr : Do you know where it is?
DN : Yes, its over there (pointing by the wall)
Teacher : Well go and get it then.
DN : I can't, its down the drain!!!

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