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(Newser)   Most kids curse before they learn the alphabet. I learned it from you dad ...I LEARNED IT FROM YOU   (newser.com) divider line 12
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2013-04-14 05:14:38 PM
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My daughter has yet to curse and when she does it will be Mrs peaches fault. I'll still get blamed though.

She does however think those cute fuzzy grey animals are called "stupid squirrels". That one was my fault. Well really the squirrels fault for running in front of the car.
2013-04-14 05:09:09 PM
2 votes:
When my daughter was 3 she fell off of her bouncy ball thingy (the type with a handle you hold onto while sitting/bouncing) and exclaimed, "My balls, Goddamnit"!

We were playing Lego Star Wars on PS3 and she was trying, unsuccessfully, to change to an ewok. After a few seconds she said "Come here you little farkard"!

/proud daddy
2013-04-14 04:53:33 PM
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m053486: Been lucky so far...my 2 yo does know the alphabet, but I've yet to hear her swear.

And I swear way too much, especially in the car.

/"Only daddy talks like that!"


When I was a wee slip of a lass I spent a lot of time driving around with my dad.  At one point his mother flew out to visit and we had to pick her up at the airport.  Someone honked a horn while we were driving home and a little voice out of the carseat in the back goes "dammit, lady!"  Grandma was not pleased with Dad.
2013-04-14 04:36:10 PM
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2013-04-14 11:12:37 PM
1 votes:

Molavian: I went the extra mile and taught my son when it's acceptable to swear.


1) Never at or around small children.

/D'oh
2013-04-14 05:51:26 PM
1 votes:
My mother relays that my first sentence was "Goddamn you."  Apparently, she was in my way.

My now-seven-year-old used to yell "Asshole!" at the other drivers on a fairly regular basis. She was almost always right about it, too.
2013-04-14 05:02:49 PM
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MissFeasance:When I was a wee slip of a lass I spent a lot of time driving around with my dad.  At one point his mother flew out to visit and we had to pick her up at the airport.  Someone honked a horn while we were driving home and a little voice out of the carseat in the back goes "dammit, lady!"  Grandma was not pleased with Dad.

My father taught me since birth that everyone else on the road is an asshole, douchebag, farking moron, and so forth.  One time, my mom took me to the grocery store - this was when I was very little and just learning how to talk.  I was in the cart, and she left for a minute to grab something further down the aisle.  She noticed that everyone was staring at me, and when she got closer, she understood why.  I was singing, in my little sing-song voice, "Asshole, asshole!" at everyone who went by.

/"Where do these damn kids learn this farking language?"
//thanks, Dad
2013-04-14 04:43:29 PM
1 votes:
Bullshiat.
2013-04-14 04:42:58 PM
1 votes:

ten foiled hats: Reminds me of my younger brother learning to talk.  He tried to say 'firetruck.'  He did not say 'firetruck.'

/was mad because I'd've gotten spanked for saying what he said, and he got a round of laughs.


and comedian bob marley's sons favorite thomas the train character is percy.

(didn't i read about this last week here?)
2013-04-14 04:38:39 PM
1 votes:
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Remember, just say no.  At least that's what Nancy told us.
2013-04-14 04:37:16 PM
1 votes:
Reminds me of my younger brother learning to talk.  He tried to say 'firetruck.'  He did not say 'firetruck.'

/was mad because I'd've gotten spanked for saying what he said, and he got a round of laughs.
2013-04-14 04:36:58 PM
1 votes:
I went the extra mile and taught my son when it's acceptable to swear.
 
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