My Classy Readers


fish fartingHey, who left these four comments on my blog?

(1) boobs are in my butt and fart is in my boobs.

(2) boobs are in my butt.

(3) fffffffffaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrtttttttttt

(4) fart on me.

I found those comments in my spam filter. I usually find them annoying, but I have to admit, I did laugh a little this time. Apparently, some of my readers are still in grade school.

In other news, the Little Monkey has been calling her older sister, Boo-Boo. I have no idea why. The Little Monkey makes these adorable faces when she say things like: “I want my daddy.” “Don’t call me little monkey.” “I’m not cute.” “I thought you were mad at me.”

The Little Monkey says the cutest things. But it’s my son that cracks me up:

I’m warning you, mommy. Don’t kiss me again. (my favorite)

I don’t want to eat lunch. It’s nasty.

Do you want a knuckle sandwich? (my bad)

[Spiderboy to Little Monkey] You’re too noisy. I’m going to have to eat you.

[Spiderboy to a sales clerk] Talk to the hand! (ooops, me again)


22 thoughts on “My Classy Readers

  1. Very cute … if only I could remember even 1 of the hundreds I’ve heard over the past 29 bloody years!!!! And it wasn’t me leaving those comments…

  2. Clearly a second grade boy is commenting on your blog. Or your Yahoo buddy. Ha!
    Little Monkey sounds so funny and Spiderboy is definitely yours with that sense of humor of his.

  3. It wasn’t me. My boobs have never been in my butt. Although fffffffffaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrtttttttttt is more my style…wasn’t me.

    My favorite Spiderboy comment: “You’re too noisy. I’m going to have to eat you.”

  4. I swear…I thought I had myself blocked when I sent those…hahaha..wasn’t me…Hey, have a little sumthin’ sumthin’ for you over at my place…come take it if you want it!

  5. I swear I didn’t spam you with any Boob talk, though I’ve been known to mention my favorite Bulldog now and again. Knuckle sandwich?? You trying to bring that back? Your like the cool and retro dad, huh?

  6. Ahahahahaha! that is pretty funny …

    We’re becoming more careful now when we speak in front of B. He mimics everything and I have nightmares of him becoming that lil kid in Meet the Fockers. MY husband of course thinks it would be funny.

    1. We’re pretty good about what we say in front of the kids, but they still come up with some really funny stuff — like my son’s comment about eating his sister because she’s too noisy.

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