Friday, February 19, 2010
not in my house
words are big in my house. well not big like sesquipedalian. big like imperative.
Meaning it's imperative that certain words are not used in my home [or car or anywhere I can possibly control the lingo for that matter].
I will write the words below [this is hard for me as even looking upon/typing these words torments me]
moist - ok seriously....don't say this word if we are in the same 100 story building. I will hear it and I will hurt you. just notice the formation of your mouth when you say that word. ugly. ugly. ugly.
panties - uggg. really? so - so - so gross. we call them "chonies" in my house. Proud to say Peanut didn't know what "P" were until she was 5.5-6. "Mom, what are "P"?" after I calmed down & regrouped I told her it's an awful, horrible word we should never say in our home.
flange - just gross
chunky - [for you Ann] only makes me think of someone blowing chunks
prolapse - for obvious reasons
tot - he/she is a child. he/she is not made from potatoes
thrush - [squirming]
kudos - unless your offering me the candy bar
props - "I give him props for..." I think I just threw up
uni - just keep talking ..... university - perfect. uni - not so much.
extricate - too prickly.
penalised - gross
masticate - just chew the dang food.
holistic - foul. but it does alert me to the fact that I can now ignore any following words from the person who just said it. ;) j/k
phlegm - actually like to look at that one [nice letter mix] but hate to hear it
sibling - really? can you really not bear to say, "my sister", "my brother" or "my sister & brother"? [side note -- it has the word "bling" in it. enough said]
utter - I only think of of cow when I hear this
You got word "issues" too?
What are yours?