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equiniphile 03-12-2010 07:03 PM

Favorite quotes from your li'l ones LOL
 
Lol so what have your toddlers or younger siblings said that made you ROFL? Here's a few of my 3-yr old sister's knee-slappers from the past few months :D:

(sitting on stairs alone, attempting to take pants off and put a dress on instead): I HATE these d*mn pants!

(in her carseat in the back of the car while Daddy honks at a left-turner): GET OFF THE ROAD, YOU MORON!

(to me while I'm brushing her teeth): Sage, your boobs are huge!!

(in the basement while my twin year-old sisters run down the stairs, running from Mommy who has the diaper cream): Ewww babies cover your peepees up! Daddy has a huuuugggggee peepee.

Lol so tell us your favorite funnies from your siblings or little kids

Phantomcolt18 03-31-2010 01:45 AM

my school is called Eastern High School and I was driving to take my little brother to see the musical that my school was putting on. It was Chicago....well when i asked him what we were saying he was trying to say "Eastern's Chicago" but it came out "easter taco" ......dont believe me lol here's a video......



equiniphile 03-31-2010 11:13 AM

Haha PC thats great xD

Carleen 04-04-2010 09:44 PM

I have a 4 year old cousin who says the funniest things. A few weeks ago my great grandmother passed away. The morning before her funeral, her dad (my uncle) was explaining to her that Granny would be in the "box" and we were going to say Goodbye to her and she interrupts him with, "DUH. You've already told me this. Granny's going to go in the ground, and I will too one day and so will mommy because we don't want to go in the fire like you! And Sebastian (her 2 year old brother) will go in the ground too, because he's too young to decide for himself." She's too smart for her own good sometimes.
Another story about her: She's in daycare and during Christmas time they did a Christmas play. When it came her turn to say a line into the microphone about Christmas she walked right up to it and said, "I don't want to." And went back into the line, lol.
I have tons of stories of thing's she's said... I'm just going to have to try to remember them all haha.

NorthernMama 04-04-2010 09:59 PM

One of my boys, at about age 4 when seeing a pregnant woman exclaimed, "That's a baby from the future!"

Brighteyes 04-05-2010 12:13 AM

^^^

:rofl:


Ha ha, that just made my day!

TheRoughrider21 04-05-2010 11:42 AM

My lil cousin is 2 and she always wants me to color with her. So we were drawing circles and I guess mine wasn't good enough cause she turned to me and said, "Try again, Maggie, try again." I almost couldn't stop laughing but it was mostly just the way she said it. =)

equiniphile 04-05-2010 06:36 PM

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lilkitty90 04-06-2010 09:47 AM

lol cute stories! i have quite a few i just can't remember them
the one i do remember is this:
you know that Cartoon Dora the Explorer. and there is a guy character named Diego. well my sis has a Kite with him on it and it says Go, Diego go! well she got the kite up too high and the string snapped and it started to blow away. and she chased after it saying "don't go, Diego don't go!!!" i was going to help her catch it untill i heard that and then i couldn't stop laughing. we never did find it either = /

Plains Drifter 04-06-2010 10:17 AM

Told my 3 yr old daughter one day to clean up her room which she had completely trashed. A few minutes later, I walked in and found her playing with the toys. I told her she'd better get on the ball...and walked out. A little while later, I couldn't hear anything, so I went back to check. There was my 3 year old daughter "sitting on her ball". Cause I'd told her to "get on the ball".

Another time, I'm coming home from getting groceries and my two children were in the back seat. My 6 yr old daughter and 3 yr old son were in the back. Each was trying to keep the other from looking out their "window". So here I am trying to get them to behave. I'm looking in my rear view mirror, and telling my daughter that "if they don't quit fighting, that when we get home, she's going to be up a creek without a paddle". She looks at me in the mirror and says, "My boat has a motor".

Darn kids these days!


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