Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Learning Child Lingo

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It's good to spend time with children, now and then. If you haven't spent time with children lately, you're really missing out. For instance, you are missing out on learning new terminology.

Here's an example I learned just yesterday from the 7-year-old Skor-cousin.
Like-liking verb : To have a crush on. Totally.
     Example: I totally heard that Joey passed Carol a note about how cool he thought your hair was! He so like-likes you!
Find yourself a child and spend some time with them. Right now. Just try not to be too creepy about it. That would be bad, and could lead to law enforcement altercations. Unpleasant ones.
Categories: Personal

4 Comments:

Anonymous Jen said...

Think about how much more time you could spend with children if they were your own!! Just a thought. :)

9:55 AM, October 19, 2005  
Blogger Father Cory said...

Heh. We get loads of child lingo around my house.


Of course, plenty of it comes from Mom, too...

12:11 AM, October 20, 2005  
Anonymous Mmm coffee. said...

I second the vote for little Skor'lings.

9:28 AM, October 21, 2005  
Anonymous rebukey said...

If I am not carefull I find myself useing the word 'like' as you just described it, or at least somewhat similar.

5:10 PM, October 25, 2005  

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