Wednesday, February 13, 2008

The F Word (really)

Charlie: Dad, don't tell mom I said this, but I think "fuck" is not as worse as "stupid" or "dumb."

Me:What!!!??? (I can't believe that word is leaving my 6 year old's lips)

Charlie: "Fuck" doesn't sound so bad to me.

Me: Charlie!

Charlie: Huh?

Me: It's way fuckin' worse!

Kidding about the last line. Check out No Pizza for You! over at Blogabetes. Thanks.

7 Comments:

At 12:29 PM, Blogger Shannon said...

aLMFAO. He doesn't think fuck is so bad, yet he doesn't want you to tell mom. That's pretty funny.

 
At 1:28 PM, Blogger George said...

In a way, I think I agree! LOL

I mean, when you think about it... He does have a point.

 
At 1:38 PM, Blogger Penny said...

Carey,

This made me think of a stand-up bit from one of my favorite comedians, Daniel Tosh. I've tried to find it on youtube but I can't.

Anyway, he's talking about going to heaven and finding out that you can curse. One line I remember is: "Where in the Bible does it say you can't curse? No f'in where."

Ok, so it would be so much funnier if I could find the clip. Or maybe it's just so funny to me because I'm so sleepy I have my eyes propped open with toothpicks. I tend to get giggly when I'm sleepy.

And wordy. I get wordy too.

OK, I'll shut up now.

 
At 3:25 PM, Blogger Sandra Miller said...

Joseph was the same age as Charlie when he dropped the "f-bomb".

I was pregnant with Evan and taking a nap when Joseph came running into the bedroom, jumped onto the bed and woke me up with:

"Mom, what does 'fuck' mean?"

"What?!"

At first I thought I was having some sort of bizarre pregnancy-induced dream, but then he continued.

"I asked Dad when we were at the store, and he just kept saying he would tell me later."

It took everything I had not to laugh imagining that scene... :-)

 
At 5:24 PM, Blogger Chris said...

Such a vulgar word for such a beautiful act ;)

Or maybe not.

But i jump at every opportunity to use the word none the less.

 
At 5:45 PM, Blogger Colleen said...

We have two sons. They always talked to their dad about the bad stuff - and always said, "Don't tell mom." You didn't tell mom, but posted it for all of us. What a stitch!
Penny - your comment is still making me laugh!

 
At 10:43 PM, Blogger Chatter said...

Thanks for the laugh. I liked your last line you added at the end.

 

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