Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Unintentionally Funny Kid Words Part 2

A couple of weeks ago, I posted part one of some really awesome (and unintentionally funny) kid words. By "kid words", I mean words that kids get wrong. And the wrongness makes them so, so wonderful.

There's definitely going to be a part three, because we haven't even gotten to the boob cases yet. If you have any great kid words, feel free to share them with us either in a comment or on Facebook or Twitter. Maybe you'll see them up here in a couple of weeks!

So here's part 2. It's pretty special. And really, really just a little inappropriate.





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66 comments:

  1. Hahaha !!! LoL - these are excellent :-D
    My little one used to call him The Baby Cheezers too !! :-)

    Hugz
    IKE xx

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    1. Hehehe, yes. In our house, he is Baby Cheez-It!

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    2. I get Baby Sneezes - so when I read her the current favourite book called "The Story of Christmas" she always corrects me and says "Mommy. you forgot to say Aaaa-choo and the baby forgot to say 'Scuse me and ga-zoon-tit (gazoontight)"

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  2. My 7 yr old boy used to call boobs and bras pits. Like armpits. Gave a whole new meaning to "tickle your pits." ~Erin K.

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  3. My husband asked what we got in the mail one day last week. I said we got advertisements for fireworks and Venus razors. My 4-yr-old heard my reply and asked "what is a penis laser?" We were laughing so hard we couldn't even answer her. I still have the advertisement on my kitchen counter because I laugh every time I look at it.

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  4. My son when he first learned to talk, got SO excited about going to the devils play land, aka Chuckie Cheese's, that he told everyone that we were going to to CHUNKY JESUS'S! We still cry laughing thinking about it!

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  5. My boys both went through a phase where they called the craft store the "crap store." My husband agreed with their version more.

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  6. My then not quite 3-year old asked me once how to spell "Joe Fuzz." I wasn't sure why, but we spelled it together with the stick-to-the-wall letters in the bathtub. A few days later (it was near Christmas) she was playing with her Little People Nativity set and missing a piece. Poor Mary was searching and searching for her husband, Joe Fuzz.

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  7. LOL!!! The penis laser is priceless!! When my 10-year old was little, she used to tell everyone that she loved Star Whores instead of Star Wars.

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  8. LOL!!! The penis laser is priceless!! When my 10-year old was little, she used to tell everyone that she loved Star Whores instead of Star Wars.

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  9. My son used to say nervous instead of nerves, yelling at his brother, "You're getting on my nervous"!

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  10. My 5 year old calls elbows "nipples". As in "Mommy, I poke you with my nipples"

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  11. Another crafts for craps mix up. I run an arts & crafts program, when we would drive by the pavillion where we held the program my daughter would shout out, "Mommy, there's arts & craps!"

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  12. My 4 year old refers to the baby monitor as the "cry clock."

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  13. When my son was 2 he got into Thomas the Train....one of the trains is called Percy...except in public, then he was Pussy...

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    1. My friend's son did the same thing. At toys r us, he was screaming, "Mommy! MOMMY! They have PUSSY! I want PUSSY! Mommy! I don't have that pussy! GIVE ME THAT PUSSY MOMMY!"

      She left the store, and to my knowledge, hasn't been back to that particular store since, lol.

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    2. Ack! Just like my nephew! To make the distinction between the original, stop-motion animation and the newer CG version, the little guy would reference "Pussy" and "Super Pussy" respectively.

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    3. My son calls him Pee-Pee!

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    4. Clio- Oh my god!!!! That made me laugh out loud!!!!!

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  14. My niece and my now 6 year old son used to love eating pretzel "dicks".... or just collecting "dicks" at the playground (i.e. "Mommy! look at my giant dick!" "yes dear, that is a huge STICK your holding) LMAO!

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    1. My friend's 4 year old nephew once told us (while holding a stick and popping bubbles with it), "I pop bubbles with my big dick!"

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  15. My 7 year old used to tell us he didn't want 'coupons' on his salad. Killed me every time. (I also never corrected him.)

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  16. In Google Images, search "I pray to Cheesus". I laugh every time I look at that one! :-)

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  17. Every time we go for a run, my 6 year old talks about the "rabbit fox." I keep trying to explain that there was a RABID fox in our area so we need to be careful if we see any wild animals. I think he's on the lookout for some fantastic rabbit-fox combination.

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  18. OMG my daughter got elbows and boobs confused once. I was changing clothes in the bathroom and she said to me, "Mommy I really like your elbows. I hope I have big elbows when I grow up." Now my husband refers to my breasts as elbows all. the. time.

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    1. My daughter confises boobs and elbows all the time - what is that? Try as I might I can not get into the little brain and understand the similiarities there. She tells me "Aw Mommy - your elbows are so cuddly" as she gives me big hugs and rests her head on my chest

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  19. My almost 2 y/o can't pronounce the letter L in words so sometimes it becomes a W sound (yellow = yewwo) but most of the time she just drops the L entirely. My favorite is "Cock" for "Clock". As in "Mommy, where's my Mickey Cock??"

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  20. Love these! I remember telling my 6-year-old (then 4-year-old) that Jesus loves him. He looked at me and said, "I love cheese, too." When he was 5, he got a Star Wars book, and he could never remember the term "bounty hunter." So he liked to say, "Boba Fett is a booby hunter." :)

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    1. I think Boba Fett might be a booby hunter, too!

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    2. I think you're right!

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  21. My son, now nearly four, still calls toilet paper "Toilet Tape." Everyone has tried to convince him that it's called toilet paper, but he refuses to believe us. It's cute though. :)

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  22. My two year old's favorite shoes right now are his crocs but of course he can't pronounce r's, so he calls this his cocks. He lost one in the store one day and was yelling "my cock, my cock mommy, my cock!" I retrieved it as fast as possible!

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  23. These are hilarious!!!

    Here are a couple of funnies...

    When my eldest Son was 2 years old, my Mom told him "you can call me Nanna" He looked at her like she had 2 heads because to him a "Nanna" was a banana! He said "that's tilly you're not a Nanna, you're a Neena!" & that is how "Neena" got her name!

    My Dad was babysitting the other day & my 4 year old asked him "do you have a pluter Papa?" My Dad scrunched up his face & said "what is a pluter?" William laughed & laughed and then said "don't be ridicerous Papa, everyone knows what a pluter is! Neena has a pluter, Mommy has a pluter, everyone has a pluter!" It dawned on my Dad that Will was saying "computer"

    On a side note; this is not pertaining to mispronouncing words, it's just embarrassing...I had sent my 5 & 3 year old next door to our elderly neighbours with some Christmas goodies in hand, I stood at the bottom if the porch while they delivered their gifts; my sweet dear elderly neighbour opened the door & was overjoyed by their little gifts! She asked the boys if they would like to come in and have a visit with them? (I secretly thanked sweet baby Jesus that she is hearing impaired!) because my 5 year old said; "no thank you your house smells bad!"

    I love your blog, I come here for my daily dose of laughter! All the comments above are hilarious! Keep up the great work!!!

    Tanya

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  24. My daughter is 8 now and I miss all of her word mess ups. I have a tie for my favorite, though.

    1) We were travelling to my parent's house for Christmas. I think she was 3 that year. She told me that she figured out who baby Jesus's dad was! Chucky Cheesus, of course! I nearly drove off the road, I was laughing so hard.

    2) She is an animal fanatic. She never cared for Dora, but from day one she was devoted to Diego. She's been subscribed to Ranger Rick since birth, I think, but when she was four, she came running back from the mailbox waving her magazine telling me there was "a kinda yellow" on the cover. She had seen one on Diego and they were her Favorite Animal Ever! I was confused. Very confused. When I finally pried the magazine out of her flailing hand, I realized it was an ARMADILLO on the cover! It took me several days to quit laughing every time I saw the magazine.

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  25. My 5 year old has referred to his nipples as pimples for a few years now. I go along with it and it makes my husband mad. "Just call them what they are! they are pimples! Pimples are on your face! Nipples are...not... *whispers* well they could be...."

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    1. We have the pimple/niple confusion over here too, Mommy you have a nipple on your face... or Mommy I need to get rid of these pimples (pointing to nipples) - do you have any scissors? Daddy - do you have pimples?

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    2. Yes, nipples and pimples for us, too! One time, my father law asked where I was and my son told him I was probably in the bathroom picking my nipples.

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  26. My brother used to say that fishes were bi tches. This would have worked well if our pastor hadn't also been a fish doctor :)

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  27. My son called beef jerky beef turkey. not a huge problem until thanksgiving came around, he was very disappointed.

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  28. My son, almost five, and daughter, just turned six, love the word "booble(s)". As in "Mommy, there's a coffee stain on your booble!" Or, when I recently had a reduction and my daughter asked "Mommy, why are your boobles so little now?" My husband thinks it's hilarious!

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  29. I once ordered new bras from an online store. My then three-year-old saw the bras in the box and said, "Mom, you got new socks for your boobies!"

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  30. For us it's dink for drink....Mommy I need a dink!!! I need a dink sooooo bad!!!! Do you need a dink Mommy??? LOL!

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  31. Our daughter's favourite movie was Jim Carey's "The Grunk".

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  32. My then 3 year old daughter asked me one day what "tensicles" were - hoping that she was meaning tentacles I corrected her and she says no mommy "tensicles". Of course now I am like oh crap is she seriously asking what I think she is. So I tried one more time with tentacles and of course got the eye roll and a groan "no mommy not like an octupus" so I unwilling asked her if she meant testicles and her face lit up "yeah, those, what are tensicles?" I proceeded to tell her that was a great question to ask her father, sent her out the backdoor to ask him, of course while he was conviently talking to our neighbor as well. LOL the look on their faces was priceless.

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  33. Wearing a low cut t-shirt one day, my daughterpointed out, "Mom! Your boob-crack is showing."

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  34. As we're driving down the road my 2 1/2 year old will yell out, "BIG TRUCK" except it sounds like, "BIG COCK!" Cracks me up every time.

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  35. Unfortunately my daughter when she was three thought that boobies and nipples were really "movies" and "nickels". My husband couldn't stop laughing.

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  36. My 4-year-old used to call ankles "nipples". Yeesh.

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  37. my just turned 2 yr old calls any vehicle right now a dump truck.... except it sounds like dumb f*ck. This is really embarassing when walking through a parking lot, or when someone asks him what he had at his birthday party.


    My 3 y.o. calls bras "mommy shirts". When we walk through the department store he always points them out in a loud voice. I am sure people think I walk around in a bra all day.


    My 5 yo mixes up the words nipple and nickel all the time.


    It's interesting at my house :-)

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  38. My nephew had difficulty pronouncing 'tr-' for some time, replacing it with an 'f'. For many months, our family's persistent request was for William to say the words 'dump truck', which in Will-parlance became "dumbf**k". Oh, how we howled! My hubby named a Mario Kart Wii avatar DumpTruck in his honor.

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  39. My 2 1/2 year old used to call his nipples his apples. It has since progressed to yipples, which apparantly I have all over my face (I have a few freckles or 'beauty spots')!

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  40. My oldest used to call cucumbers cummers. The first time she did it she was eating a cucumber and said "this cummer is so juicy!"

    The other funny comes from one of my twins. Instead is saying winner he used to always say weiner. If he won a game it was "I'm the weiner!" Or when watching a game it was "that guys the weiner!" And so on.

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  41. My daughter used to call binoculars "knocker knockers" Imagine her shouting that at the top of her lungs in a restaurant. Other favorites are/ were "rangle rangle" for triangle, "chiwala (what is that a chihuahua koala combo?) for chihuahua, and "hangaburgers" for hamburgers. Oh,and my stepdad is "pee pee" instead of grampy!

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  42. My daughter calls kitties 'titties'. So whenever we see a cat she says 'aww mom look at that cute tittie!' Lol

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  43. My family prides itself on our fine German ancestry. One day my 4 year old niece told me "I'm not eating any of that SaurCrap!" She meant saurkraut and I told her that her mom brought the wrong baby home from the hospital

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  44. Not trying to be picky, but the format for the "boobs/elbow" one changed. I think their boxes should be switched. Either that or the sentence needs to be changed. This is one of my favorite posts, though.

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  45. I was a nanny to two kids for three years. I broke both of my ankles and had to take it easy for a while. The little boy who was about two at the time told everyone that I fell off the bus and broke my triangles.

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  46. This is more along the lines of "S&*t kids say." My six year old hates wearing clothes, so she'll typically hang out in only her underwear. I was looking at her last night and realized that she had her sister's underwear on. "Why are you wearing big sisters underwear?" "It was in my drawer." Dad: "It's clean, right?" 6YO, with a smirk: "Yes, but it has my vagina prints in it!" I had an instant mental picture of cops coming to a crime scene:"Yes, you can tell this job was done by an amatuer, they left vagina prints all over the place!"

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  47. Today: Butterscotch=Buttersnatch. I swear she did not get this from me.

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  48. For a long time my 2 year old was saying "tick tock cock" instead of "tick tock crock". She really likes Jack and the Neverland Pirates.

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  49. Haha this is great! My son keeps saying whores instead of horses. And he really likes horse so it happens quite often.

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  50. My daughter calls dimples = nipples. As in "Mommy, why don't you have nipples and Daddy does?"

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  51. My son went to the dentist for the first time yesterday and did not like the "floor wash" (fluoride) I die!

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  52. Last night my 7 year old loudly proclaimed he smelled...."German!" You smell what??? "German , Mom I smell German!" What dear child are you talking about.... Then it hits me, "URINE!" He had heard me say a rest-area bathroom smelled like URINE... And had stored the word away as, "German!!" We did manage to correct his vocabulary..... But still never figured out what he thought smelled! Lol

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  53. My 5 year old came up down with a bad case of "the allerjesus" the other day. She was sniffling and coughing and her little sis asked her if she felt bad. 5yo DD says, "I feel SO SO bad! I have the allerjesus, you know!" I think she's heard me say my allergies are bad (this summer they are) so that's what she came up with. She actually doesn't have allergies, just a summer cold. So now the common cold will be known as "the allerjesus" in our house... :) And I feel like I am spot on when I tell her "bless you" after "the allerjesus" makes her sneeze, ha ha!

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