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Monday, November 13, 2006

My kids crack me up....

Because we have "teens" and a little guy. We sometimes have interesting TV viewing habits, which includes in any given day watching Spongebob together- or Mythbusters, or Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Typically, it's the little one cracking us up. Using "Big people" words etc... This time it was Mike, my 17 year old. While watching the much annoying (albeit funny) "Spongebob's Best Day Ever Marathon" he thoughtfully announced:

"Isn't Spongebob saying "tartar sauce" the equivilent of us saying "embalming fluid? That's nasty."

(For the non- Spongebob imbibing... Spongebob uses the word "tartar sauce" as a pseudo-swear word.
Mike must have been really thinking hard that day- because while watching "Clifford, the Big Red Dog" He wondered aloud...
"Man, it would suck if Clifford got rabies, that would be carnage"

Yes- I laughed out loud. You never do know what kis are thinking....

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