Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by jada_marnew, Aug 5, 2003.
lol at IA... you do have a point.
With food in the US being what it is, give her time, she'll fit into the clothing.
SHE IS ONLY 15!!! You can't even look, much less touch !!!!!
What are you trying to imply!! We are a respectful, orderly, honorable, and law-abiding bunch!
MC looks around
Oh, I see!
My friend will call her daughter by their last name on occassion (usually when she is being disobedient). So, when someone asked my little girl what her last name was, her friend piped up and said
I said "That's not our last name"
"Yes it is. Everytime Christy ignores you you call out Halt just the way my mom says McCue".
Well, I'm in the PFF, and I was a kid once, so I think this counts:
The first word I ever said was "eat." Can you believe it? Well, I would wake up every morning, wander into my parents room, me blankie trailing behind me. I waddled right up to my dad's face and said "eat! eat! eat!" over and over again. It frustrated my parents so mcuh, my dad had to have a talk with me about how it was nicer to say "good morning, how are you, etc." After that I'd come in and say, "How are you. eat, eat, eat."
My first words were "Charge it, please!"
I love kid-ish!
I used to call my favorite washcloth my "Flop-cobb" and Makay named her favorite blankie "Jerkie".
And of course there are the good ol' fashioned reliables:
Ahhh that reminds me of my favorite things my little brother and sister use to say....
yeah they said Aminal too
Ka-Chusi (instead of Jaccuzi)
My little brother also use to come after me and my sister and try and karate chop us and he would tell us "I know Hi-Ya!"
And my little cousin couldn't say my name so he use to call me Mimi
Ah kids are so cute.
Christy had a problem with her speech due to ear infections. She was articulate but you just couldn't understand her.
She had this one thing she would say that was my favorite "party trick" . . .
Instead of saying fishes, she said bishes but it ended up with a t sound (itches with a 'b' if I have to draw you a map)
So my friend's husband walks in and Christy blurts out:
"Kevin, I want to get some bishes just like yours"
The look on his face was so funny. I could barely get out that she had said fishes.
(then again, if you knew his daughters . . . )
Ah . . . my darling daughter has put tape on my mother's desk and drawn on the tape. If I don't get this off . . . I'm in deep doo-doo. [face_shocked]
I didn't know whether to post this here or the next Dr. Evil.
From now on, all oil based products are banned from my daughter. Not only did she put Baby Oil gel (that's right, not just baby oil but an even thicker version) in her hair, she put Goo Gone on the cat.
I had to wash the cat 3 times and boy was he P!$$D
Don't even get me started on how many times I've washed her hair to get the gel out.
AAAAAHHHHHH!!!! Calgon take me away!!!
You realise that you were not going about this the quick and easy way... Just shave it all off (yes, you can shave the cat too) - This will then teach her not to put such things in her hair... plus, it'll be easier to clean... just hand her a washcloth...
Heh heh heh.... And they say I'm not evil...
OHH! I wanna help shave the cat!
Dyeing them is fun, I bet shaving them would be too!
Well . . . he's a rather large cat. Void, Mick and Sideshow will be meeting him tomorrow. He also in a 6 toe and has opposable thumbs so he packs a punch when he's mad. He's been shaved once (only the leg he had to have operated on).
So . . . you take your lives in your hands with . . . Dr. Edmonton.
I could take Dr. Edmonton. Many a cat has fallen before me. His fate will be no different.
Here kitty, kitty!
Maryna went to school the other day, and some guy asked her where she was from...
She says "Ukraine"
He says, "that's in canada, right?"
We all laughed and Julie says "he must have missed that day in geography"
I says "yeah, by about 5000 miles"...
heh heh heh...
Once again the short-comings of American public education rear their ugly heads!
Christy and her friend just took all the petals of the roses in my garden and now they are "practicing" throwing them in the air. What are they practicing for I asked them?
"Your wedding" THEM
"I'm not getting married" ME
"Yes you are" THEM
"No I'm not" ME
"Yes you are" THEM
"There's no husband" ME
"Yes there is" THEM
"NO! There is not!"
on and on. . .
So now my lawn is covered in rose petals.
Grammie: Do we have shampoo for the carpet cleaner?
JADA: Um, I'm not sure.
Grammie: Well, you were the last one to use it to shampoo Christy's carpet.
CHRISTY: YOU'RE GONNA SHAMU MY CARPET?
The CEO of the company where I work is 6'8" and his brother, who is a cop, is around 6' even. Recently the brother brought his 10 or 11 year old son by out shop. The two brothers started bickering about something I couldn't hear but I over heard the kid say...
"Man, I feel like I am in Everybody loves Raymond..."
I am glad the floor broke my fall
(from other room) Christy: I really miss my sister.
Me: You don't have a sister!
(Christy comes into room, takes stickers and puts them on me.)
Christy: Stickers, Mom, I missed my stickers.
GRAMMIE: Did you save enough room in your tummy for Baskin Robbins?
CHRISTY: I have 100 rooms in my tummy!
CHRISTY: Ricquel lives on Bologna Lane
ME: No, Christy, it's Turkey Lane.
So Maryna comes out of her room Thursday evening and says
Maryna:"Mom (she prefers calling us mom and dad anyway), what does it mean when someone says "you are hot"???
Me: Who told you that?
Maryna: A lot of the guys at school say it to me, but I don't know what it means so I just walk away.
Jeff: 'Goes scrambiling for the shotgun and the cleaning kit...'