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Sitting in the office with a clear shot to the big screen. The daughter goes running past the office door and climbs up on the couch with the wife and screams "Sh1t!"

 

yeah I'll talk to you all later on tonight.

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Sitting in the office with a clear shot to the big screen. The daughter goes running past the office door and climbs up on the couch with the wife and screams "Sh1t!"

 

yeah I'll talk to you all later on tonight.

 

:D looks like you're gonna have your hands full tonight

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A few years ago on line at a department store check out in front of a bunch of people my oldest told my youngest to stop busting her balls. My wife was mortified.

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My brother told me a story of when he was in line at the tag agency. My nephew(about 5 years old at the time) was looking out the window saying "f*ckin a*shole, f*ckin traffic!". Amazing what they pick up.

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My 10 and 8 year old know all the words....from their friends. I'll even get them to tell me them if their mom isn't around.

 

They use "beep" and sometimes tell me what the word starts with...

 

They're friends with sisters down the street, and that family obviously does a lot of cussing.

 

I don't cuss at home. I said "damn" today and got looked at like I was going straight to the pit of hell.

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We had just got a new dishwasher. my 4-yr-old (at the time) walks up and asks, "how do you turn this f'n thing on?"

 

My wife was not amused. I got a lot more careful in how I spoke around my son.

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i thought cliaz was going to tell us how we pulled the cockblock on vicky.

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:DI just let all my kids watch Spaceballs - that movie had a lot more language in it than I remember - it must have been released pre PG-13. I can see it now - my kindergartener will surely drop the F-bomb in class sometime this week.

 

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A few years ago on line at a department store check out in front of a bunch of people my oldest told my youngest to stop busting her balls. My wife was mortified.

 

Along those lines, a few years ago I was driving through town with my kids and a guy cut us off...my oldest said, quietly, "A$$hole." I shrank under my wife's withering glare. :D

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Spaceballs, Jimmy! :D I bought that because my oldest wanted to see it. We watched the first few minutes and decided the innuendo was too much, nevermind the language. :clap:

 

When Nick was around 4, he was getting to be too tall to fit in the front part of the grocery cart, but he still wanted to sit up there. I hoisted him up and he bumped his knee trying to squeeze in. "Goddammit, I hit my knee!" he said in his best stage voice. :D So stupidly, I said, "What did you say?" Naturally, he repeated it. :bash:

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Along those lines, a few years ago I was driving through town with my kids and a guy cut us off...my oldest said, quietly, "A$$hole." I shrank under my wife's withering glare. :D

That reminds me of the PSA currently showing where a lady gets cut off. Her 8 year old or so kid in the back seat says something like "Don't worry, I'll handle it". She then gets out and just starts reading the riot act to the other driver.

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A friend of my wife is a teacher ...the teacher asked the kids in her class to think of something that makes their mothers special of different ...one girl claimed to have forgotten to do the exercise and was not sure what made her mother special ...teacher said do not worry honey just think of the first thing that pops in to your head about your mommy ...girl then blurts out " my mommy has a hairy peep "

 

True story ...teacher was mortified ...and then laughed

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We had just got a new dishwasher. my 4-yr-old (at the time) walks up and asks, "how do you turn this f'n thing on?"

 

My wife was not amused. I got a lot more careful in how I spoke around my son.

 

:D LMAO!

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the wife took my son to get his shots before startin school......they hold both his arms down and let him have it in both arms .... :D " Knock it Off ya F'n idiots"...... :bash: .........wife said she would never go back there :D

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That reminds me of the PSA currently showing where a lady gets cut off. Her 8 year old or so kid in the back seat says something like "Don't worry, I'll handle it". She then gets out and just starts reading the riot act to the other driver.

 

 

That's not a PSA... it's a commercial for TLC. You watch TLC, you homo.

 

(P.S. I only know this because a gay friend told me. I only watch ESPN. Grunt. Snort)

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For a couple of days we thought our 2 year old boy was already dropping the F-bomb. Then we finally figured out that he was trying to say Shrek, and it was coming out Fark. Whew!

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For a couple of days we thought our 2 year old boy was already dropping the F-bomb. Then we finally figured out that he was trying to say Shrek, and it was coming out Fark. Whew!

 

My neighbor's kid wasn't able to say the word "freckle,' it always came out f*cker. So whenever they took her out in public, they had to make sure that she didn't say freckle

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My neighbor's kid wasn't able to say the word "freckle,' it always came out f*cker. So whenever they took her out in public, they had to make sure that she didn't say freckle

 

How often does the kid talk about freckles? I can see if a kid always wants to tell people, "I have a freckle on my a$$."

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How often does the kid talk about freckles? I can see if a kid always wants to tell people, "I have a freckle on my a$$."

 

well whenever she would say it, everyone would laugh at her because she was trying to say freckle, so she said it all the time to try and get people to laugh

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well whenever she would say it, everyone would laugh at her because she was trying to say freckle, so she said it all the time to try and get people to laugh

 

Ahhhhhh...the saying it because people think it's funny. That is what encourages most of these kids to swear because adults just think it's so damn funny. At least in my house...

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Ahhhhhh...the saying it because people think it's funny. That is what encourages most of these kids to swear because adults just think it's so damn funny. At least in my house...

 

 

 

True..Some kids will do things just to make people laugh and it is the adults fault..We have a friend who has a son that runs like a little girl..The most flailing femanine run you have ever seen. We constantly make him run when we are around him..His dad just looks at us and says. "I know what you are doing" but we cant help ourselves..He has no clue why we are laughing and now just runs in circles whenever we see him..

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i try to get the boys to not use sentence enhancer but they have learned that it is funny and that they have power over adults when they use them( at school not at home).. so ive gotten hem to use other words like cripes , barnacles etc so that they dont get into to much trouble at school...

 

oldest boy at the age of 3 is talking to the check out lady at target

 

" my daddy says GOD dammit in the basement "

 

check out lady

 

"well thats not nice to take the lords name in vain"

 

my son

 

" he didn't say lord dammit he said god dammit"

 

end of conversation. :D

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Neither of mine have really said anything bad. My wife and I have always watched what we say around them. I think one of them said Damnit once, but that's about it.

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