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    My 5 year old is very strange

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    She just ran up to me with a jar of crispy garlic ships and asked me to eat some. Why? Because she wanted to smell my breath after I ate them. Weird, very, very weird.

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    sounds like 5 to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NutMeg View Post
    She just ran up to me with a jar of crispy garlic ships and asked me to eat some. Why? Because she wanted to smell my breath after I ate them. Weird, very, very weird.

    It's Halloween - are you sure she's not worried you might be a vampire...?
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    Children are strange, strange creatures.
    Remember, you are unique just like everybody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefsister View Post
    Children are strange, strange creatures.
    Children are just people, only more so because they haven't learned when to shut up.

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    thats not strnage ... my 6 yr old prefers celery over chocolate, loves raw oysters and sashimi, and wont eat cake .. now THAt is strange !

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    Oh, all my children love sushi/sashimi, crab legs, lobster and salmon.

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    My daughter aged about 4/5 choked on a pea and I said the usual "oh dear, did it go down the wrong way dear?" and she hesitated for a second and said, "yes, it went down my arm" ha ha ha ha!

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    This made me smile (father to a 5 and 7 year old).
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    Quote Originally Posted by shadgal View Post
    My daughter aged about 4/5 choked on a pea and I said the usual "oh dear, did it go down the wrong way dear?" and she hesitated for a second and said, "yes, it went down my arm" ha ha ha ha!
    LOL, now that's funny.

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