Kids say the darnedest things – part 1

My kids say the funniest stuff and today I’m going to share some of it with you because I’ve been so busy doing other stuff that I haven’t had time to do a proper post. There’s one on the go in my head, but it hasn’t quite managed to worm it’s way down to my fingers and on to the laptop yet. This is probably funnier anyway.


At the beach my son announced loudly that he was bumholing!
Yep bumholing. It’s where you bounce your bum on the top of each wave that rolls through. I would have thought something like “wave bouncing” would have been a better name for it, but I’m old so naturally I don’t understand what’s hip and cool when naming things.


On the difference between boys and girls …
Master 3: “I’ve got a doodle, eh mummy?”
Me: “Yes you have.”
Master 3: “And you’ve got a giant.”
Well yes, after pushing his great big head out, it probably is.


After announcing I was pregnant, my step-daughter announced that she wanted me to have a boy. I tried explaining that we couldn’t choose what we had.
“Yes,” she exclaimed, “Just write boy on a piece of paper and eat it.”
Of course!


Master 3: “I’m hungry Mummy”
Me: “I’ll make you a sandwich then.”
Master 3: “But that won’t fill me up. I need a chocolate button to fill me up.”


For weeks and weeks when step-daughter was 4, we were inundated with requests for the pie song. We racked our brains trying to figure out what song she was on about, and then it came on the radio…. Bohemian Rhapsody. Yep I can see you’re getting the connection too! It all became clear when she was singing along …. “I’m just a pie boy, nobody loves me.  He’s just a pie boy from a pie family”.

I'm just a pie boy, nobody loves me

I’m just a pie boy, nobody loves me

Yes there’s more but I’m saving them for another time as a filler for when I’m uninspired or too busy to write a proper post.  If you all add your funny stories in the comments below then it will be like this great big giant (as in big, and not as in my vajajay) post of funny stuff kids say.


One thought on “Kids say the darnedest things – part 1

  1. Natalie – February 15, 2012 at 12:06 pm
    I really liked your blog about the wee folks! I found you on Make My Mornings you can follow me back if you want

    WubBooMummy – February 15, 2012 at 1:25 pm
    Thanks Natalie, I’ll head on over and have a look.
    Lisa @ Home/Work/Mum – February 15, 2012 at 1:11 pm
    Haha!! I love how they think. When my daughter (now 8) was really little, she told everyone that after high school she was going to “anniversary” to study 🙂

    WubBooMummy – February 15, 2012 at 1:24 pm
    Haha, that’s cute. I love mispronounced words. One of my step-daughters always called escalators “alligators”.
    Kelley – February 18, 2012 at 8:03 am
    Hahaha! I love hearing the kids say. As for the “pie song”, I have lots of those of my own due to my dingdang hearing loss! (Thanks for linking up with us over at #findingthefunny!)

    Wub Boo Mummy – February 19, 2012 at 8:23 am
    Hehe, I’m always mishearing lyrics. Hmmm that might be the inspiration for a new post.
    Anna – February 19, 2012 at 1:43 pm
    These made me laugh – thank you! 🙂
    Pinning this for sure.
    Thanks for linking up to finding the funny!

    Wub Boo Mummy – February 19, 2012 at 3:11 pm
    Thanks Anna 🙂
    Mercy – February 20, 2012 at 12:46 am
    Funny sayings are the best.
    My 4 year old asked if his penis could come off.
    My almost-3 year old has some funny words: pone (phone), tope (soap) – pretty much any word that starts with s she changes to t.
    Cheryl – February 24, 2012 at 2:41 pm
    Ha! Thanks for the laugh! My little guy isn’t saying anything other than “Mama” yet but I look forward to the funny conversations we’re sure to have in the future. For now, I just have my husband’s goofy comments to make me laugh.
    He once told me “You’re pretty in a way other guys wouldn’t consider pretty.” I gave him ‘the look’ and he quickly backed up to say “I mean you’re pretty because you don’t put in any effort.” Ya…that didn’t help his situation any…he just dug himself into a deeper hole. Ha! I think what he meant to say was that he thought I was naturally pretty (he obviously hasn’t seen how many tools I have in my makeup kit!).

    WubBooMummy – February 24, 2012 at 7:06 pm
    Haha that’s priceless. My man is a great one for backhanded compliments too.
    Crystal – July 4, 2012 at 1:43 pm
    Funny, funny. Love the bum holing!! I almost choked on my water. Linked up thru mrs monologues blog star. Happy to have found you.

    Wub Boo Mummy – July 6, 2012 at 7:26 am
    Thanks Crystal. Just don’t go Googling bumholing – it’s better to think of it my son’s way.

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