Friday, February 24, 2012

Is your willy bigger than mine?

I was in the kitchen getting the little twins some juice while they were on the stairs yesterday, when I overheard the following conversation:

Garrett:  I have a willy, too.

Landon:  Mine's bigger than yours though.

Garrett:  See, here's my willy.  Wanna touch it?

Landon:  Yeah.  You wanna pet my willy?

Garrett:  Yeah.  Yours is softer than mine.

When I looked over at them, this is what I saw....





Wait...you knew they were talking about their Free Willy stuffed animals, didn't you?

Get your minds out of the gutter, people!!

Happy Friday!

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34 comments:

Amy said...

That was too funny!! I love it!! Thanks for the chuckle!!!

Heathers Happenings said...

Hahaha! That is too funny!

Brad Jenkins said...

Isn't misdirection the best? Great work!!

SoCal Tess said...

That was hilarious!!

Teri M said...

So funny! :)

SRM said...

LMAO! that made my day =)

irishtwinsmommababybook said...

You got me!!!! Haha. Boys are fun, right? ;)

Bits of L said...

Lol, that is hilarious!

Catie said...

This made my day! :-) Have a great Friday!

Barbara said...

This only proves that my mind lives in the gutter!

Nezzy said...

Just hand this old gal a ladder so I can climb my way out!!!

Heehehehehe!!! This is too darn stinkin' cute.

Thanks for the most needed laugh this mornin' sweetie!!!

God bless and have yourself a fantastic weekend.

I swear...never a dull moment at your house! :o)

angel shrout said...

BWHAHAHAHA .. as a mother of all boys TRUST me when there will come a day when they WILL NOT be discussing stuffed animals. But not about touching it or petting it. I have however had an 18 yr old come to me whining that his 11 yr old brother was going to be dangerous if he kept growing at the rate he was. Yeah something I didn't need to know about my BABY ACCKKKKK..

Kimberly said...

Whew...i was about to say that Mama has some "splaining" to do (that was me in a Ricky Ricardo voice)

DysFUNctional Mom said...

When guys want me to see their Willys they do NOT look like that........

Christine said...

That was AWESOME!!!! LOL I have 3 boys and unless you're in the room with them, a lot of their conversations can be mis-heard and thought to be gutter talk.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

LOL! Well with two little boys you never know.

Rhiannon said...

TOTALLY!! My mind is so in the gutter! Doesnt help we're having a little battle with my son always playing with his thing!

trooppetrie said...

too cute, so glad i found your blog tonight

Jenny said...

LOL! You never know what kids are talking about!

This made me think of my cousin's little guy who said his wee-wee was too big for underwear. She was trying to potty train him at the time.

TexWisGirl said...

OMG!

Amy said...

When my (now) 18 year old son was 2, his grandpa gave him stuffed Free Willy for his birthday. In thanking my father-in-law for the gift, I commented that now Timmy could look forward to going to bed each night so he could play with his willy. Yeah.....I've never lived that down.

myinnerchick.com said...

Haa,
Supurb & Unexpected.

My mind was definitely in the Gutter. Again. x

Jode said...

Thank you for the laugh...although of course i presumed it was about a stuffed animal!!!
Wonder what i have to look forward to with twin girls when they reach this age???

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Eva Gallant said...

What a panic!

Olusola said...

My mind was already knee-deep and digging deeper. :)

Hope Full said...

Aren't boys great? Reminds me of the Kevin Fowler song, Don't Touch My Willie

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Natalie said...

CLASSIC!!

And of course I was thinking about a different kind of willy, but you know, I kind of live in the gutter ;)

Emmy said...

Lol! Phew that was a close one.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

LOL, you got me there!

Daisy said...

Oh, my 3 have had plenty of moments like this one! Love it.

Karen Peterson said...

I freaking love your kids.

Natalie said...

Ha ha thank goodness that was what you were talking about :)

MiMi said...

Oh. Sure. Yep. Totally knew that.

**not**

I figure that if the children are alive when my husband gets home at the end of the day, I've done my job.

----Roseanne Barr



 
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