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Crack Whore. Crack Whore? Crack Whore!

  
By:  Wheel  •   •  8 years ago  •  7 comments

Crack Whore. Crack Whore? Crack Whore!

Crack Whore. Crack Whore. Crack Whore.

My granddaughter is almost 3. She's learning to talk at a really amazing rate. She is learning new words, repeating phrases, even entire sentences that she hears us say, and saying things that we never taught her. I've been fussing at her grandmother and her mom, both of them potty mouths, about their language around the kid. They ARE getting better, but....

Laural and I were playing the other day and Dan-Dan, her dog, ran behind her and tripped her. She blurted out, "I'm gonna beat your ass." Something her grandmother says, but Never does, a dozen times a day. I cracked up! It was hilarious. She probably thinks it's all one word, "I'mgoingtobeatyourass."

"If you don't clean up this room-pick up your toys-eat your dinner-take a nap- I'm going to beat your ass." Grandma says, but never does. Still, Laural hears this and she doesn't miss ANYTHING. I joke all the time that it's a shame a 3 year old is smarter than 3 grown ups, but she is.

The other day, Laural, her grandmother and I were at the grocery store. G-ma saw a woman that she really hates going into the grocery store. She said, "Why is that crack whore here?"

The baby IMMEDIATELY focused on a new phrase, "Crack whore. Crack whore? Crack whore!"

First, I laughed my butt off. Alicia was mortified. The baby was curious. But it did teach g-ma a lesson. She's really working on cleaning up her language now.

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Wheel
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link   author  Wheel    8 years ago

Although I seldom post here, I do check in from time to time. Thought you guys might get a kick out of this. Grin.gif

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
Professor Principal
link   Perrie Halpern R.A.    8 years ago

Great story Wheel and it's true! We do have to be careful about what we say.

When my nephew was about the same age, my sister and I took him along with us to go to Target. Bob Marley was on the radio and my sister and I decided to get goofy. We were bobbing our heads along with the music and she turned to he and said "Hey mon, Da ganja mon. I repeated it back to her... next thing we know, is that we hear my nephew saying "Hey Mon Ganja Mon!

When we get to target, these older folks come by to tell my sister to say how cute her son is, and he says... yup you guess it Hey mon, ganja mon.....

 
 
 
Nigel Dogberry
Freshman Silent
link   Nigel Dogberry    8 years ago

Hi, Wheel.

 
 
 
Wheel
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link   author  Wheel    8 years ago

174_blogs.jpg?width=750 Me and my little mynah bird. Smile.gif

 
 
 
Buzz of the Orient
Professor Principal
link   Buzz of the Orient    8 years ago

Thanks for posting the story Wheel - when I saw the title I had no idea where you were going with it. Hope you and your family are all well.

 
 
 
Wheel
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link   author  Wheel    8 years ago

Hi Buzz. Yeah, gotta pick a good title to hook their interest. :)

We're all well, hope you and yours are as too. Smile.gif

 
 
 
Hal A. Lujah
Professor Expert
link   Hal A. Lujah    8 years ago
I was sitting on the front porch with my grand daughter a few years ago, and she was at the age where they constantly point and say "what's that?" She pointed at the door frame and asked "what's that?" I said it's called caulk. She replied "I don't like cock." I laughed in relief that nobody else heard that. Hopefully she keeps that position until she's out of college.