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Our oldest is usually the sole conspirator of saying some of the funniest stuff... not always at the best time, but funny none the less. Some examples of his zingers are: In the middle of Target, he felt the need to let everyone know that his little sister has a vagina.... so she's a girl.
We were with Grandma and Grandpa and co. at lunch at some fancy Italian place when he put together that women make milk. He asked her if she makes milk while she was trying to order her lunch..
We just got a scale in the house to get away from the pant-fit method of weight loss and he just found it. It's one of those digital deals with big numbers because we can't see all that well. He just came down and informed us that he weighs 386lbs and his brother weighs 316lbs. I guess it's time to teach them about decimals.
There are three that I can think of for now. Feel free to add your own.
Victor Vito and Freddy Vasco, ate a burrito, with tabasco... Laurie Berkner
My oldest son seemed to find it much easier to tell a little fib even when the truth was just fine. And it started really early. Even though he was the oldest boy, his sister was three years older.
When he was almost two and still in diapers (and they were cloth, that's how long ago it was), he was walking through the kitchen in his diaper. I noticed his diaper was sagging. I said, "Matt, did you wet your pants?"