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#950801 - Wed Nov 21 2012 10:06 PM Re: Children say the funniest things at times [Re: Snowman]
ClaraSue Offline
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Registered: Sun May 18 2003
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Loc: Arizona USA
I've posted this before years ago on a similar thread here but it's one with which I always get a chuckle. When my nephew was about three years old he got a haircut that made his hair stick straight up. As my sister and I were clothes shopping one day, he ran up to one of the store's clerks and out of nowhere says to her: "I'm pokey-headed cactus boy". He'll be 24 years old in a few months.
May the tail of the elephant never have to swat the flies from your face.

#950811 - Wed Nov 21 2012 11:03 PM Re: Children say the funniest things at times [Re: ClaraSue]
ren33 Offline

Registered: Thu Sep 30 1999
Posts: 12002
Loc: Fanling
  Hong Kong      
Small daughter at dinner table: Pass the butter.
Me : Pass the butter,what?
SD: Pass the butter, I want it!
Wandering aimlessly through FT since 1999.

#950891 - Thu Nov 22 2012 07:02 AM Re: Children say the funniest things at times [Re: ren33]
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Registered: Sun Dec 19 1999
Posts: 36609
Loc: Jersey Channel Islands        
My daughter posted the following on Facebook yesterday.

I might be totally stressed by work, but Hermione asking if I was a princess this morning keeps bringing a smile to my face :-)

How cute is that? Hermione is two and a half.
Many a child has been spoiled because you can't spank a Grandma!

#951061 - Thu Nov 22 2012 09:41 PM Re: Children say the funniest things at times [Re: sue943]
AlexxSchneider Offline

Registered: Fri Jun 26 2009
Posts: 234
Loc: Perth Scotland UK             
I love the name Hermione, Sue, and that is definitely cute smile

My niece Carly, the one I mentioned on the last page, made this comment when I was telling her about an event which occurred before she was born: "So whose tummy was I in at the time?"

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