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  • Today's Samism....

    ...a Samism is the odd things that my youngest comes out with. Some of you have met Sam at craft fairs.

    At tea today Sam asked "Mum, can we have some craters for afters?"

    Pardon? What????

    After a few searching questions we found out what he meant.....







    .......crepes!

    Bless 'im!

    Jules
    Apple Tree Crafts
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    Bless - they do come out with some funny things. Luckily Anya is very articulate (read gobby!) so if she doesn't know the word she will give you a fantastic description of what it is etc etc until we get what she is talking about!
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    • #3
      My youngest is going on 12 and still says bisgetti for spaghetti - we all say it now - force of habit - do you want bisgetti on toast!!!

      Cheers.

      Lisa

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      • #4
        My youngest is going through that certain phase in a little boys life where he loves the word 'poo' & finds it highly amusing to use the word as often as possible. So when we go into a shop its 'Hello Mrs Poo Poo' (quite embarrassing I can tell you) and then its 'can we buy some poo-poo-beans'. He even manages to sing about it 'Scooby-Scooby-Poo where are you?' & his bedtime story is no longer ordinary Mr Men but Mr Poo-Poo or Mr Wee-wee and so it goes on... we just smile sweetly and hope the obsession passes... soon...
        Mel

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BeadsbyLili View Post
          My youngest is going through that certain phase in a little boys life where he loves the word 'poo' & finds it highly amusing to use the word as often as possible. So when we go into a shop its 'Hello Mrs Poo Poo' (quite embarrassing I can tell you) and then its 'can we buy some poo-poo-beans'. He even manages to sing about it 'Scooby-Scooby-Poo where are you?' & his bedtime story is no longer ordinary Mr Men but Mr Poo-Poo or Mr Wee-wee and so it goes on... we just smile sweetly and hope the obsession passes... soon...
          I'm sure it'll pass soon and when he is older and brings girls home to can remind him of this and hope he feels as embarrassed as you do now
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          • #6
            It doesn't.

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            • #7
              I too have a Sam (well, Samuel) and his classic to date is "I need catpis". After much arguing (me and husband to work out who has sworn in front of him (we don't have cats either)) we worked out that he meant Jaffa Cakes........

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BeadsbyLili View Post
                My youngest is going through that certain phase in a little boys life where he loves the word 'poo' & finds it highly amusing to use the word as often as possible. So when we go into a shop its 'Hello Mrs Poo Poo' (quite embarrassing I can tell you) and then its 'can we buy some poo-poo-beans'. He even manages to sing about it 'Scooby-Scooby-Poo where are you?' & his bedtime story is no longer ordinary Mr Men but Mr Poo-Poo or Mr Wee-wee and so it goes on... we just smile sweetly and hope the obsession passes... soon...
                I once commented that I had a "big fat bum" in front of my 4 yr old son, which he thought was hilarious and takes great delight in reminding me at any given opportunity! I also went to Asda in Swindon recently and stuck him in the seat bit of the trolley. To keep him quiet I got him one of those magnetic things that you can draw on then wipe it clean again and let him have it all the way round. He was having great fun asking "how do you spell this mummy....." so much so I decided to buy it for him to take home. When we got to the checkout desk he was chatting (read flirting) with the middle-aged lady serving us and then proudly showed her the word he had written ............... BUM !!!!
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                • #9
                  Why Are They Craters?

                  I asked Sam this morning, why crepes were 'craters' and got a long lecture about the face of the moon as seen on his Nat Geo poster.....

                  So I suppose craters is as good a word as any for them! There's logic in there somewhere...

                  Jules
                  Apple Tree Crafts
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