December 3, 2007

Help! It's Monday!

It's Monday. That's a very good reason to post something funny, isn't it? The start of another looonnnngggg week. I left this as a comment on another blog, but then decided to post it here too. Hope it gives you a little laugh as you start your week.
When our second son, James, was little, he couldn’t pronouce his “R’s”, so when he talked he sounded a lot like Elmer Fudd. The summer that he was 2 or 3 we attended a family reunion. One evening the entire family decided to go to Pizza Hut for dinner. Our son was seated at the end of the table in a high chair. Everyone was talking and laughing and ignoring the little guy when all of a sudden his voice bellows: “WHERE’S MY FORK AND KNIFE?!” Only it didn’t sound like that because of the “R” problem. It sounded like,“WHERE’S MY F****** KNIFE?!” Not only did our entire family stop and turn their heads, so did everyone else in the restaurant. I wanted to crawl under the table I was so embarrassed. Then suddenly the room burst into laughter. James is 19 now and is still to this day being teased about his "foul" mouth.

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  2. I woke up with James on the brain today. I was remembering when he was little and you passed by a child's grave posted with a small cross. He commented, "Jesus wasn't very big was he?" Oh, that kid. Could eat him up with a spoon!!!!

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  3. *dies laughing*
    Oh James. The things I always suspected, but never KNEW!!! ;-)

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  6. When I was little, I pronounced aisle as as****le to my grandma. Yeah. Good times. I'll have to tease James about this!

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  7. I love the fact that there are three comments deleted on just this one post. I feel like I'm the one who started it all.

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