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My Daughters vocabulary........

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Corey 78K5, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. Corey 78K5

    Corey 78K5 1 ton status

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    For some reason She thinks truck is pronounced fock:doah: It's funny but I have to hold it in and correct Her and give Her different words to try and say. It's true once they start talking it doesn't end............
     
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    It could be worse...

    When my daughter was learning to talk, I would teach her by giving her each syllable to sound out, and saying each sound slowly. And we'd teach her anmal sounds, like what does a cat say, etc. Sometimes she liked to try to give us the lesson back.
    So I'm out raking leaves one day, and she's on the front porch, talking:

    Me: "Hey, what's a doggy say?"
    Her: "Woof woof. Can you say Wooooo-Woooof? Wooooof." (she says it slow and drawn out so I can hear it good)
    Me: "Ok, Wooooooooof. Woooof"
    Her: "What's a rooster say?"
    Me: "Cock-a-doodle-do!"
    Her: "Daddy, say K-K-Cock! Can you say Cockkkkk?"
    Me: unable to speak, rushing up to the porch to bring her inside while all the neighbors stare...
     
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    Yer kid could be screaming at the top of their lungs in the grocery store that their the "Lucky Charms dood" and that you're not their Father, help help help!!!!:haha: :haha: :haha:
     
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    lmao...

    when i was a kid i said fruck :crazy:
     
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    I called big things fat and when big trucks came around I'm told I called them "fat ****s".

    My vocabulary hasn't expanded a whole lot since then.
     
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    Shortly after my boy turned three a couple months ago, we were sitting at the dinner table and he says to my wife "Mommy, I didn't say stupid today."
    My wife replied "That's good, you shouldn't say words like that." Then he replied "yeah, I didn't say fuk or shtt either"
    It was all I could do to get my head turned away from him before I popped from trying to stifle the huge smile that was ready to erupt. After a few moments I glanced out of the corner of my eye at my wife and she was trying real hard to keep from smiling by making her face turn bright red and making her eyes water.

    I'm laughing just thinking about it.

    How old is your daughter??
     
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    when i was young i would say chips as tits. mom i want some tits.:haha:
     
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    My dauther used to pronounce "socks" as "cocks". Every morning for a few weeks I'd hear her asking "Mommy, can you put my cocks on" :doah:

    She was three as well.

    Rene
     
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    My friends daughter is 2.5years old... She loves going on roadtrips with us... We got here to put up her rm and yell "Roadtrip" when we leave. She go such a kick out of our reaction that she used to say it alot.. But it sounds like she is saying "bull$h!t"... :haha: Guess she tarted saying it at daycare one day! :haha:
     
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    When my oldest daughter was about 2 1/2 , she asked if she could pull my "tail" one day when I was getting out of the shower. Took me a second to figure it out. I said no sweetie, that's Mommy's job.
     
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    Our 3 year old Grandson is going through a "Head" phase right now.

    Every word in his vocabulary has head attached to it. The latest incident last week in traffic as we were sitting at a red light in the K10. His window was down. He leaned out the window toward a guy driving a Ford pick-up.

    In a loud voice says, "Hey Doodie-Head - yeah you doodie head-head".

    :doah:

    This is about the time when you wish the CK5 sticker wasn't so prominent. :D
     
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    Kids are hilarious, especially when it's something unexpected. A few weeks ago we took our girls (6 and 12) to Vancouver Island. While we were there I was supposed to go see Kyle at Northwest fab. I hadn't ever been to that part of the island before and didn't have a map with me. I stopped in front of this huge painted map of the area (billboard size) and of course it had a big arrow on it with the words "You are here" pointing to where we were.

    My youngest looked at the sign for a minute or so and piped up "Mom, how do they know we're 'here'?" :haha:

    Rene
     
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    That's usually how I say it.:D
     
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    Mine came in the room yesterday morning and said "Dad, it's raining assholes!!" (we finally figured out it was raining ALSO)
     
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    :haha::haha:
     

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