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Initial post: 5 Feb 2013, 19:36:36 GMT
FSamuel says:
I want to share a smile with you, my friends:

My friend and I were reading the Rosemary Conley's new magazine (you must have guess by now, I am fan of hers LOL) and we were saying that one of the success stories lost half of her weight (I think she lost 70 kgs), so, I said to my friend:

''oh, look, she even dyed her hair''

and we heard a little voice pipping :

''why, did her hair die Mummy?''

We laughed so much, it was so sweet.

Do you have any funny stories like this one?

Posted on 5 Feb 2013, 19:49:14 GMT
Well, not little kids, more teens, but it made me LOL.
Two young fellows on the bus discussing whether or not they should bring back compulsory military service. One was in favour, the other not. He said that the soldiers might be sent somewhere dangerous.
His friend gave him "that look" and said, "Of *course* it's dangerous--it's a war zone! If no one kills anyone else, they're just having an argument!" (His face was like, Duh!)
I wasn't supposed to be listening so I had to dig in my handbag to hide the severe giggles he gave me.

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Feb 2013, 19:53:13 GMT
Stu says:
not exactly along the same lines frenchie but when my daughter is here and any female comes to pick up their order she always says to me is that your girlfriend dad?i say no just a freind sweetheart and she says but they always hug or kiss you mums friends dont hug or kiss her

Posted on 5 Feb 2013, 19:54:05 GMT
pixie says:
There was a little boy on the station running around with a toy gun. he was shooting at anything that moved and soon got bored. I watched him looking at the plastic gun then frown. He walked up to mum sitting next to me and said " Mum, what does that say?" she took the gun and said "Made in hongkong" he took the gun walked down the platform, suddenly turned and bellowed "Was I made in Hongkong?!" you should have seen her face as everyone turned to see what she'd say!

Posted on 5 Feb 2013, 19:58:20 GMT
pixie says:
77 Funny Things That Kids Say free today frenchie

Posted on 5 Feb 2013, 20:01:50 GMT
Charlie says:
I could bore you guys all day on this thread but I have got one story that I really love. Ellie wanted to learn to tell the time so we drew a clock (well a circle with the numbers going round) I said to her now you draw the hands on it, Without missing a beat she put her hand on the paper and traced around it. I constantly forget that they take you sooooo literally lol

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Feb 2013, 20:04:37 GMT
pixie says:
love it!

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2013, 06:29:10 GMT
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Charlie says:
Last one here last night thanks to Jack and up since 5 this am! Cheers kids. They meed to work for the smile today #tiredandgrotchy

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2013, 08:12:12 GMT
Charlie I knew I was getting old when the kids in English class couldn't read a round-faced clock! It had to be digital or nothing!

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2013, 08:30:44 GMT
Charlie says:
I hadn't thought of that Ori. What a shame, I hope we don't lose 'real' clocks :(

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2013, 13:28:02 GMT
FSamuel says:
Thanks Pix, I got it.

Posted on 6 Feb 2013, 13:49:13 GMT
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Posted on 6 Feb 2013, 14:02:13 GMT
Um...CSE, wasn't it? LOL

Posted on 6 Feb 2013, 14:09:12 GMT
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In reply to an earlier post on 6 Feb 2013, 14:18:39 GMT
FSamuel says:
which could be a disease, Scarly, if we are to believe my (nearly) 12 year old... exams=I have a tummy ache...

Posted on 6 Feb 2013, 14:18:45 GMT
Womble go for laugh...epic fail!

Posted on 7 Feb 2013, 10:22:32 GMT
One of my students has a 4-yr-old son. He broke his favourite plate (Cars) and was crying and crying over it. Mum was saying, "It's OK, I can get you a new one, don't take on so, it's not worth it." And little Angelo replied, "I'm just so tired of being clumsy! I've been clumsy since I was little!"
The kid is 4.
She had to bite her lips Hard not to laugh.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Feb 2013, 22:14:11 GMT
FSamuel says:
awwww... so sweet.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Feb 2013, 22:37:19 GMT
Stu says:
hi frenchie,hope all ok,that one had me and tom laughing for ages,thought i would look in after dinner tonight for a change but not much doing is there

Posted on 8 Feb 2013, 22:51:45 GMT
Stu says:
well so quiet folks,think an early night is now in order,night all sleep well--xxx
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Posted on 8 Feb 2013, 23:30:39 GMT
FSamuel says:
A quick look before bed time. Night Stu, Night everyone....

Posted on 8 Feb 2013, 23:33:19 GMT
i have twin 3 year old cousins george and emily and i am completley stuck what to get them i know emily is into hello kitty and george like spiderman but that stuff is so expensive any ideas????

Posted on 8 Feb 2013, 23:50:23 GMT
FSamuel says:
As birthday presents or everyday present?
Do they like books?
Or You could pick up some Sylvanian Families for not too expensive for Emily and some Playmobil for George.
Or My Little Pony or a Amazing Spider-Man Zoom N' Go Racer's.

Maybe if you would not mind to tell us your budget for each, it would be easier to search. (I love hunting for children toys....)

Posted on 8 Feb 2013, 23:59:01 GMT
yh it would be for their 4th birthday im not too sure on budget i would say at current circumstances probably £5 each but not 100%

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Feb 2013, 08:47:31 GMT
Charlie says:
Hi miss turner, have you thought of Happyland? Have a look on Elc website, they often have some great offers on it. Last time I looked debenhams had a zoo set reduced from £30 to £9! It's fab stuff, suits boys and girls, you can get something from £5-£60 so suits all budgets and is really tough my three all play with it ( 4,2 and 8months) as do all their friends.
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