Freud, anyone?

March 4, 2008 at 9:46 am 2 comments

     As first time parents, we made the HUGE mistake of not giving the proper names for genitals at first. We used the word “dooder” in place of the word “penis.” And, like every child, C went through a period of being fascinated with what girls and boys have. One day my mother and I took him to the pool, and we changed in the family changing room together. C noticed something lacking in “Ga’s” southern regions, at which point he sighed deeply and stated, “Poor old Ga, she doesn’t have a dooder.”

     ‘Nuf said.

    

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  • 1. FXSmom  |  March 4, 2008 at 10:35 am

    lol…that is funny. We call the female place a “beetle.” Of course, one day I’m driving down the road with the radio on and the kids happily playing in their car seats when we hear, “This is # # news with Harry Beetle.” My little girls eyes bugged out and she went pale that someone would be mean enough to name their child hairy beetle. I was laughing so hard I had to pull over!\

    Oh, that IS funny. It’s a good thing you pulled over….think I would’ve had an accident! LOL!

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  • 2. jesch30  |  March 4, 2008 at 8:56 pm

    Poor old Ga…

    Yup, it’s sad to be her, apparently. 😉 That one still cracks me up, and it was a couple of years ago now!

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