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11/05/2013 at 12:57
J thinks that anyone who is small/short is a baby, even if they are bigger than him.
Imagine how mortified I was, when a dwarf (is that PC?) stood next to us in town, and J stroked her arm, and said "aww, baby".
Wanted. To. Die.
Especially, as this is the same woman, C sang "oompa loompa" to, when he was 3.
11/05/2013 at 12:59
11/05/2013 at 13:23
I keep trying to type an answer but jsut end up with OMG.
11/05/2013 at 13:25
Ha ha that is funny. The same type of thing happened to us last summer. We were walking down one side of our street and on the other was a woman who lived a few doors down, J ran off down the street then stopped and shouted back up "mam isn't that woman really fat". OMG I was mortified.
11/05/2013 at 13:33
Oh god!!! Hahaaaaaaaaaaa, that is brilliant!!
11/05/2013 at 13:38
Luckily, she just laughed at him, and said "if i'm a baby, can I go in your pushchair?", but I was still mortified.
There's a local man, who has a lot of growths on his face. When C was little, he pointed to the man and said "eugh, what's wrong with his face?", I told him to go and ask. I took him over, and C asked what was wrong with him. The man explained, then thanked me for bringing C to talk to him. Now, if we see him in town, he'll chat to my boys, and says that in 6 years, nobody else has asked what his illness is, they just stare, and parents drag their kids away, like they could catch whatever he has. Such a shame, as he is a lovely bloke.
J points to my Mums chin and says "Nanny, hair". She then knows it's time to wax, haha. Love their honesty at times.
11/05/2013 at 13:40
Oops! My nephew did similar. He fell about laughing in Tesco pointing and shouting 'look at that little lady'. Also mortified so feel your pain
11/05/2013 at 16:28
11/05/2013 at 18:47
Oh dear I'm glad she was ok about it!
11/05/2013 at 19:18
Oh this is funny AK, they are so innocent x
12/05/2013 at 12:42
Oh dear haha, she handled it well though. Nicky is great for pointing out the obvious at the moment. Most recent one was 'look at his brown face!'
12/05/2013 at 15:51
I like her answer.kids just say it as they see it, I just try to preempt them saying it and move them away as quickly as possible
To make you feel better my Lo'/s cringe worthy moments...
L can spot a Tranny a mile off and loudly asking, mummy is that lady really a man
- a lady with scabs all over her face spotted in the supermarket "mummy what are those things all over her face"
- lady in an electric wheelchair "what is that thing she is sitting in? Can't she use her legs". The more I ignored her the louder she asked the question
13/05/2013 at 01:57
So innocent though! Gotta love how they speak their mind... When does that stop?!
13/05/2013 at 08:41
ha! sorry but that is funny but can imagine you'd want to die!
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