Monday 25 April 2011

Poof jokes

We’ve been trying to get the kids to cut back on the scatological references. Charles, ever the clever one, has instead decided to use the word “poof” as his primary exclamation because it’s not actually scatological but sounds like it is. I wonder about the implications of his now common phrase “you’re so poofy!”. Given it’s frequently a prelude to his attempting to play with parental gush, I let it slide.

Posted by Dad about Charles at 21:40 | Ping URL
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Actually poof does mean something in England. Might want to tone that one down before you come!

Posted by: Laurie on 15 May 2011 at 10:38

Yeah, “you’re so poofy” is probably not going to go over well. The reprogramming has begun.

Posted by: Dad on 15 May 2011 at 20:56
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