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Out of the mouths of (big) babes!

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01 Jul 11 #275798 by MissTish1
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Kids, questions, the things they ask, even when they're grown up! Just thought I'd share a few unbelievable questions my son came out with at tea time:-

On OBE's - mum, do they send OBE's in the post?

On knighthoods - do women get called 'Sir'.

On Wimbledon - can anyone in the crowd call the ball 'out'. Why are some of the Umpires foreign? Why are ball boys called ball boys? Did they invent strawberries for Wimbledon? Did Fred Perry design polo shirts?

All I can say is thank goodness for Google :)

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01 Jul 11 #275814 by Jollyrocket
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My daughter a few years ago as I was wandering around the kitchen and they were eating their tea said

"Mum when you die can I have that denim skirt"


:lol::lol::lol:

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01 Jul 11 #275815 by MissTish1
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Bless them eh! Thing is, my son is 18 now and still asks daft questions! Having said that, he was worse when he was younger. I must remember, when he's got kids and asks when they stop asking questions, to tell him "never" !!

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