Co-Opping is Never Boring

Today it was my day to be the mommy in the classroom at our co-op preschool.

My favorite quote of the day came when I took Ian, Claudia and one other little girl to the bathroom. The other little girl (I won’t tell you her name, but if you are one of the other parents of a kid in our class you could probably guess) knows a lot about the difference between girls and boys. She said:

“Girls pee sitting down. Boys have squeezers.”

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  1. OH. MY. WORD.
    That’s hysterical.

  2. I just giggled. That’s too funny.

  3. LOL!

  4. You c an call me, 'Sir' says:

    Ouch, maybe? Not really sure.

  5. Reminds me of the joke, “Newlyweds on their wedding night. Virgin bride very nervous. New husband says, it’s ok honey, I’ll close my eyes, and you just squeeze it once if you want to make love tonight. And if you don’t want to, just squeeze it 99 times.”

  6. My son was sitting on the can one day and asked daddy if these were balls. He was holding said items in hand. His father had to restrain the hysterical laughter from coming out. He said they are called testicles.

    My 2 yr old daughter heard the entire conversation and feels compelled to tell Daddy, Grampa, Gramma and me all the time that boys have PESTicles. With that emphasis. Perhaps they are pesty things to some. We may never know.

    These are the moments you wish a camera crew was there.

  7. BWahahaha! Squeezers! I’m going to be saying that for days. Nay, weeks!

  8. If I’d remember to write down most of the stuff the kids say, I’d laugh a lot more (you probably would too).

  9. Dammit. I just spit my margarita. Er, coffee. Wait. It’s 5 o’clock, right?

  10. Squeezers? So that’s what they do with them…

  11. My best friend’s daughter started crying because she wanted a tail like her brother and daddy.

  12. That is hysterical! We need to have some guy start up a blog called “Squeezers.”

  13. LOL…now that’s a term I’ve never heard

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