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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Matt's Very Bad Word

There is a backstory, but please...watch the video first...you won't be sorry...

Note:  Please make sure all old people, priests, and small children are out of ear shot...or put on your damn headphones.



That's right...not only did my angelic little son use that word, he totally sold his father out as well.

In fairness, Husband is mortified about this incident.  When they were driving the other day, he got cut off really bad and muttered "fuckface" which delivers a very different connotation than the word Matt was saying.

Matt immediately reversed the parts of the word and took it to another level entirely.

Husband tried to tell him they were talking about a "race truck," but apparently Matt heard what he heard and isn't turning back.

Luckily, after this incident and my stern talking to at the end, I haven't heard it again.

Could you make Husband feel better and share similar incidents?  I know there are some out there.

21 comments:

The Captain's Wife said...

Well fuckity fuck, matt's a real boy now!

Tell hubby about K tellinf T to "no be a dick".

Barbara Manatee said...

oh! that face at the end! That totally looks like Jacob when he realizes he's done something wrong and in trouble - melt into tears!

TOO funny that he totally sold Daddy out!

Andrea said...

I don't care what comes out of his mouth because he is so darn adorable! Why is it when little kids cuss it is so funny?!?! I laugh every time! Love that you got it on tape!

Christina said...

Tell your hubby something comes out of my kids mouths daily. Seriously. And while it is not funny, it kind of is...like when Alex will drop something and mutter "Jesus crist" (my bad) or when she heard Daddy say "God Damn it!" and then she said to her baby "you popped your pants! God damn it.."
Been there, oh so many times. I have a potty mouth, and I try so hard to keep it to myself. But sometimes, it slips out lol.

MandyE (Twin Trials and Triumphs) said...

Oh, my...he's got it down alright! Hahaha!!! Tell the hubs he's not alone...I was just writing a post about the girls' first curse word, also courtesy of my dear husband. They were younger - 14 months - so I was able to redirect, "Yes, this is your SHIRT!" Valiant effort with "truck race", but Mama's stern lecture will hopefully do the trick. :)

(P.S. I so very rarely watch videos on blogs...but you enticed me into this one. :) )

Deanna said...

OMG, that is hilarious!!! I just shared with a friend at work (we kept it quiet!). It's even more awesome that he clearly explained that it came from his daddy.

I don't have any stories YET...I think A or M did say "pissed" one time after I said it...I fully expect them to start imitating the few curse words on Shrek one day soon (I think there are a couple of "damns" in that one).

Thanks for making me smile this morning!

Lisa said...

OMG that's hysterical. I don't have anything yet, but I curse like a drunken sailor so it's only a matter of time, and unfortunately, it's going to be my fault.

Jules said...

My mom never cusses except in the presence of stinging insects. So my little 2 year old cousin was around to hear her say "Oh sh!t" around a wasp. Well from that day on, little cousin would walk around "oh shit, katty" (Mom's name is Kathy) Try explaining that one when your name is all over it :)

Mandy said...

I love it! It's so wrong but so hilarious. Let hope he doesn't trot this one out at preschool!

I keep telling DH we need to start watching our language around the ladies but I secretly can't wait for something like this! I'll be mortified, but I'll certainly take all the credit!

Rebecca said...

If you let a swear word slip out say words with hard sounds like Peanut Butter....over and over again. It should distract them from remembering the bad one......or that's what I read in a book once upon a time ago.

irishtwinsmommababybook said...

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for the laugh!

My daughter Ava yesterday said "Jesus, Emma!" when telling her to get down off the chair when I asked them to. I was like "We do not say the Lord's name in vain (when in fact it was me that said it and I do not say it... more like "GEEZ!!!") And she may know about Jesus for how much a 2 1/2 year old could know about Jesus.

Stacie said...

I love it!

My mother, who NEVER says curse words, taught my boys "shit" a few years back. One son had thrown his glasses and my mom stepped on them while she was trying to find where they had gone. She hollered, "Oh shit." when she heard them break. Jason started saying it and taught his brother the lovely word. We heard it in surround sound for a few days before it faded.

My mom was beyond embarrassed about it. The fact that my mom taught them made it priceless. I almost wanted them to keep saying it just because the back story mad me laugh. heh heh :-)

krayzid0rk said...

That is the funniest video ever. I had to read the blog to put together what he was saying at first. Then at like 24 seconds when he says it clear as day I cracked up. I can't wait for Jake to get home to show him this. Totally made my day.

Irrational Dad said...

Luckily we haven't had to cross that bridge yet, but when it happens I already know that it will have been learned from wife's father. No matter how much I protest, the word gets thrown around more than "hello".

Holly Ann said...

Oh. my. gosh. What a combination of adorable and naughty. I mean that in a good way, I promise. And I can definitely share a story to make your husband feel better: The other day my kids were playing the backyard when a fly kept getting in Ky's face. Finally, Ky threw up his hand in frustration and blurted out, "Fuckin' fly!" I immediately gave my husband the death stare. LOL

Shell said...

I'm laughing so hard that I'm crying. My husband had to come over and watch the video, too. He said that it is AWESOME.

Amy said...

I'll take a fuckface cussing guy ANY DAY over a puppy-dog man. Bill, like my hubby, is the perfect balance of being a sensitive guy with a pair. Like Brad Paisley sings, "Honey I'm still a guy."

Missy said...

I love how Matt says "word" - Aw, he has a precious little voice.

Okay, so cussing is (sigh) a continuous thing here. I mean, I cuss, PJ cusses and well, now so do the girls.
Shitass is a huge word of mine (not sure why my sister combined these 2 words but it works)
Emma called Abby a shitass the other day. I strongly discouraged the use of the word, made her apologize and hug it out but I bet this is just the beginning. : )

Carrie27 said...

All mine have said a bad word here and there, but "fuckface" has them all beat. Hahaha!

Megan said...

Hee hee hee! Now that's a good one. And, he pronounced it PERFECTLY! Awesome. :D

Cindy said...

Guilt is not allowed here - it happens. With my first, we made it to 5 without an incident because we were SO careful. Then one day, I dropped something and said, "Oh Dammit". Yes, I am grateful that is all I said. About a week later, K drops something, says "Oh Dammit". I tried not to laugh, told her that wasn't a nice word, even though she heard me say it and there hasn't been a repeat since.

Enter the twins. Twins change you. My careful screening of vulgarity went to shit. Speaking of shit, one of my little girls, when she finally started talking, walked around saying "Oh Shit" every moment of every day. I tried to convince my husband that she was saying "I sit". He doesn't believe me.

We are lucky that this is as bad as it gets. Considering that every once in awhile husband goes on a f-bomb rampage. What I want to know is why are my girls only repeating what I say when his words are so much more interesting and fun to say?