Wot So Funee? Week 2

Wot So FuneeI’m going to swear today. Look away now if you don’t want to see, because I am going to use an actual square-word. You see, the naughtiest boy in my class said the F-word last week. I told Mummy and she put on her ‘I’m not cross, just really concerned’ face. I couldn’t repeat it, it was so bad, so she asked me to spell it. ‘F-A-R-T’ I guiltily whispered. She laughed – again!

She also laughed when the Bug swore. Not quite 2 years old, and well into his puzzles, he was in the middle of completing a Thomas masterpiece when Mummy called him to go out to Monkey Music. Picture the scene:

  • Mummy: Bug, time to go
  • The Bug: F**k it!
  • Mummy: I beg your pardon. What did you say?
  • The Bug: F**k it. I said f**k it Mummy. I haven’t finished my puzzle!

Ooops! Mummy says he learned it at nursery….

So now it’s your turn. Said or done anything really clever this week that the grown-ups just don’t get? If you’re a blogger why not write it up and post a link here so we can challenge Mummy to keep a straight face. If not, just show off your linguistic skills in the comments below 🙂

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17 thoughts on “Wot So Funee? Week 2”

    • Thanks Kizzy – it’s so good to hear people being postitive. Spread the word to fellow linky-likers – I am having such a giggle reading everyones contributions to this one 🙂

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  1. Angry 3 year old nephew to my sister during a time out: “Mummy, I have one thing to say to you.” “What’s that?” She replied, curious. “TOUGH SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

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  2. Haha oh dear! Thankfully Little miss hasn’t picked up any swear words yet. Only a matter of time though as I’m not always as good in front of her as I’d like… Hubs is always telling me off! x
    Is your badge working yet? I’ll post mine later 🙂 x

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  3. Ooh!A *real* swear word!
    Unfortunately we have got real swear words on the playground today :-/

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  4. Very funny. We had a similar experience recently, when we were walking home one day, a bird did it’s business on my six year olds head and he looked up and said, that bird just pooed on my f***king head! Apparently there is a not so polite little boy in his class at school. Don’t think he will say again!

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    • Ha! That’s what they all say! But in seriousness, the Bug just thought he was using normal language (oh dear that sounds bad) but he wasn’t cross, just using something he had heard in context! That’s what made it so funny

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  5. Hello – @1978rebecca suggested on Twitter that I add my Gallery entry to your Wot So Funee linky. My kids make me laugh every day so I will write a new post with your badge for next week’s!

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  6. Ha! It happens to the best of us! Bean went through a phase of saying ‘for f*cks sake’ if things weren’t going her way…I’d play innocent and tell people she was saying ‘Your cup cakes’ – luckily her speech isn’t that clear yet!

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  7. Thanks to everyone who has joined in so far. It has been lovely reading your entries and your comments this week. There is still time if you’re thinking of joining in this week (list closes on Wednesday) or if not, come along next Thursday 🙂

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  8. When my mummy kissed me goodnight yesterday, I told her not to be so gay. My mummy looked a bit surprised and asked me who told me that. I told her that my friend Abi, who is nearly seven – so she’s a half bigger than me – said that girls kissing was gay, and also, that girls snogging was called girl-on-girl. Mummy looked even more surprised, even a little bit sad!

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    • Flossing the Cat – how sad is it that they are demanding iPods, learning Katy Perry lyrics and learning stuff we’re not ready to discuss, instead of playing with baby dolls. I’m sure I was naive until erm about 18!

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