It’s Not All Mary Poppins

Oooo…He said THAT word

Arthur and Darcy play amidst gales of laughter.
Darcy: You’re a poo-poo! (BWAH-hahahah)
Arthur: No, YOU’re a poo-poo!
Darcy: No, YOU’RE a poo-poo!
Arthur: No, YOU’RE a poo-poo!
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minutes pass, the game continues…
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poo-poo
poo-poo-poo-poo
poo-poo-poopety-poo
poo.poo
poop
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…..BWAH-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….
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Darcy: No, YOU’RE a poo-poo!
Arthur: No, I’m not, ‘cuz poo goes inna toilet.
Darcy: You’re a poo-poo toilet!
Arthur: Mary! Mary, Darcy said toilet!!!

December 2, 2005 - Posted by | eeewww, potty tales, the things they say!

13 Comments »

  1. I hope they were suitable punished for saying such a naught and horrible word!!

    Comment by Si | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  2. Pants!!

    naught, should have been naughty.

    Comment by Si | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  3. “Pants”?

    Yes, they are hereby required to clean said toilet.

    Comment by Mary P. | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  4. And somewhere there’s a little kid in me who has a really hard time not giggling when I hear the other little kids do this. Why is poo so funny?

    Comment by Cheryl | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  5. I’m using “Pants!!” as my swear word of choice from now on.

    It’s so sublimely ridiculous!

    Comment by Candace | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  6. Must be universal.
    Mine stopped for a brief second when I tried to join in with the tune from the old Dr. Pepper commercials but my young ones were not amused.

    Comment by LoryKC | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  7. Cheryl: Well, then, I have JUST the job for YOU!! Next time I need a couple of days off, I’ll give you a call, how’s that?

    Candace: I dunno. Is it a swear word?

    I was wondering if it was something like “jinx”, or, as the kids round here say it, “Pepsi jinx” – that thing you do when two people say the same thing at the same moment. (Or as we adults do it: a quick punch on the upper arm and “You owe me a beer”.)

    Sublimely ridiculous it is, though. Help us out here, Si: what on earth does it mean, when it’s not an article of clothing?

    Lory: … as in “I’m a pooper, you’re a pooper, wouldn’t you like to be a pooper, too?” LOL

    Comment by Mary P. | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  8. I am soo lovin the word Pants!

    LMAO!

    I learn the best swear words from reading your comments and blog Mary I hope you know that.

    What the heck was it that Mia said though? Who said that last one?

    Comment by kimmyk | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  9. Jesus Muffy—that’s what it was.

    Jesus Muffy and Pants…..lmaooo.

    Comment by kimmyk | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  10. Kimmyk: It’s nice to know I’m making a difference in the world! Jesus Muffy, you’re right – but it was Darcy.

    Comment by Mary P. | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  11. LOL

    Pants = Crap or Sh1t.

    But sounds a whole lot nicer. Must be a brit thing šŸ˜‰

    Comment by Si | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  12. It must be indeed. Why “pants”, I wonder? Why not “shirts” or “knickers”?? (Knickers: I’ve always loved that word. It’s second only to “wanker” as the funniest Brit-ism ever coined!) Just hearing it makes me laugh! But it is YOUR language after all – if you can’t make it your own, nobody can!

    Comment by Mary P. | December 2, 2005 | Reply

  13. Knickers doesn’t flow as easily of the tongue as pants*. Now i’m wondering if you’ve heard the word “twat” before? As in:

    That was pants, you daft twat!

    * I would just like to confirm these are metaphorical terms, I have never had any pants or knickers in my mouth šŸ˜

    Comment by Si | December 3, 2005 | Reply


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