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    We are taking care of our DGS while his mommy is out of town training employees for her company. This evening we went out to eat at a restaurant. He was eating away and suddenly stopped with a horrific look on his little face. He said, "Oh Grandma, look that lady has an ear or something growing out of her neck". Being a very visual person I was almost afraid to look where he was looking. Both DH and myself slowly turned to look where he was looking and we were almost ROTFL, not because there was something wrong with the woman- we would never do that- but because of how a five year old can perceive something. The lady in question had her hair tied back into a very tight bun that rested on the back of her neck. At five years old you have very little experience with which to base your perceptions on. We just thought it was hilarious that his perception was an ear or something 'growing' out of her neck. That is going down in our Jeramy book!

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    How cute!

    A friend of mine did all of her shopping at places like Target and Wal-Mart. One day she had to buy a "better" gift so they went into Nordstrom's. Her 5 year old son ran in and yelled "I get to push the cart!"

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    That is funny. Kids have no conception of that kind of thing at all.

    Our DGS, after I explained to him what was on the lady's neck, about fell out of his chair laughing. He thought it was funny that she had her hair in a ball like that and he laughed like it was the most ridiculous thing he had ever seen.

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    Their perception maybe off but they sure are precious. They are also a laugh a minute. They come up with some cute remarks. I think God made GKs so that old people have a reason to exist!!
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    Hope we get hear more of these precious moments

    Here's mine: Just before Halloween my 5 year old son was showing his best friend his Super Man costume - he was so proud. His friend looked at the costume and said with his hands on his hips, "I want to be Super Man!" My son stood there with a thoughtful expression and then told his friend, "OK, you can be Super Man, I'll be Clark Kent."

    I just love that story and of course for the last 27 years I retell it every Halloween. sam

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    Well my son has YET to so this being only 2, my stepdaughter who in now 8 has had her fair share the one that sticks out in my head right now is we were shopping at JCpenney's one day and she was about 3 or 4. We were walking by the "big" girl section and they had the silky type undies and she grabbed a pair of lepoard print ones and starting yelling to us I want these sexy bad boys!! We still remind her of that whenever we go to JCP and shop for her clothes.

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    ROTFLMBO! Those are two funny stories! The sexy bad boys brought tears to my eyes!

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    A couple of falls back, I was up visiting family and I took my nephew (who was five at the time) and the daughter of one my sister's friends (who was also five) to find a pumpkin patch. This little girl had a tendency to end discussions with remarks on religion. For example, if my nephew would say he was tired, she would say, "Well, Jes*s is more tired than you." If he said he was hungry, she would say, "Well, Jes*s is more hungry than you." You get the idea.

    Well, it took us a long time to find a pumpkin patch. I told my nephew, "Well, at least it's not as long as it takes to get to my house." (We used to bring them down to visit us- 750 miles in one day to get them here.) My nephew agreed, and the girl said, "Well, Jes*s lives even farther away."

    My nephew chewed on this one awhile, and replied, "Nope."
    I'm going broke saving money on scrapbooking supplies!

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    See, I'm sure my kids have said some funny things, but I don't remember them. They are more apt to do stupid things. Like climb a tree filled with poison ivy that caused their faces to blow up like balloons, or jump down concrete stairs and land on their faces...
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    LOL

    oh man the things I have to look forward too. The funniest thing right now at work are my 1 year olds learning to talk and it sounds like they're cursing when they say shoe or duck or walk

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