My 3 1/2 year old son Lucas and I were out in the garage and I showed him the "pull my finger" trick. He cracked up laughing. We toot at home freely as long as there is an "excuse me" afterwards, and you have to claim silent ones. I figured it's like a right of passage for a father to show his son the pull my finger trick. Ofcourse when we went in the house and he told his mother that he pulled daddys finger and I tooted, I just got a look from her that looked something like she might have been thinking "you jackass". Ofcourse I said "What, its my duty as a father to show him "the trick". She just shook her head. The funny thing is now my son asks me from time to time if he can pull my finger. I say to him, but I dont have to toot right now bud, maybe later. He'll ask, "you got to burp or anything?", I say no not right now. He says "ok, you tell me if you do and I will pull your finger for you". I tell him, "ok bud thanks for offering the help." He just simply says your welcome dad. Priceless memory. I love my son.