What are some of the funniest things you child or grandchild ever said or did?
September 16, 2009 8:29pm CST
Hi fellow myLotters, just wondering if any of you have a funny story to tell about your children or grand children. I have many of them, my youngest daughter at the age of 5 refused to EVER get a Job here is why: My oldest son ( at the age of 16 ) got a Job bagging groceries and came home very excited, he said he has to go and get a drug test done then asked me what a drug test is, so I told him all he has to do is pee in a little cup, they will take the Urine and test it for drug use. he said oh OK. Later that night my teenage boys who were ALWAYS hungry, were eating dinner and asked for seconds, my Husband said wow you guys need to get a Job looking at how much food you put away, My youngest daughter blurted out: OH NO ...I WILL NEVER GET A JOB, EVER!! we asked her why, and she said: because I don't want to pee in a little cup! lol Kids for ya.
• Regina, Saskatchewan
17 Sep 09
I'll never forget the day my youngest came home from Kindergarten, threw his book bag on the floor, slammed the door, crossed his arms over his chest, and glared at me. "Mom" he said, "You are a liar!" Nice eh? When I asked him why, he told me that he had learned in school that day that GOD WAS NOT A WOMAN, BUT A MAN AND LIVED IN HEAVEN WITH JESUS! When I asked what made him think that knowledge made me a liar, he said "Because I thought YOU were God and you never told me different!" I started taking him to Church more often after that! LOL
17 Sep 09
i remember when i was still a child. when i was accidentally hit my head at one corner of our house coz i was playing with the other kids and my mother told me to stop it coz we might just get hurt. then when it happened i was crying out loud as it was very hurt. then my mother told me that i got it bcoz i have hard coconut shell(shes trying to point out my head as coconut shell) and that i didnt listen to her. and so i told her that thanks god then coz i have a hard coconut shell or else my head was already broken.