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oh man, the salad thing just reminded me of something my IDIOT ex said once when we were out to dinner!

waiter: "soup or salad?"
idiot ex: "no thanks, i don't even like 'regular' salad!"

HAHAHAHAHA he was thinking the guy asked if he wanted SUPER salad! the poor waiter was just so confused ... meanwhile, i had water coming out of nose, i was laughing so hard! must've laughed through the entire dinner! i'm so glad i'm rid of the IDIOT!
LMAO!! Had he never been asked that before? That is hilarious

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this thread is so funny! The only one I can remember off hand right now is that my mom used to tell me that pork chops were just "special white steak" since I was such a picky eater but loved steak. It wasnt till I was in high school that I realized she had been tricking me the whole time.

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Ha the porkchop one reminds me that my parents used to tell me that pickled beets were "purple pickles" because purple was my favourite colour, and I loved pickles, but hated beets... i still call them that to this day! I would devour them back then!

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I have always called my Sister ¨sister¨ I always thought it was weird that other brothers and sisters called each other by their real names. As I got older, of course it suck. The only thing was the other adults around us kind of looked at us funny. I guess some things are left for when you are a kid, but I just cant seem to give it up!

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Ok, I have a good one. My mother was German so she always talked half in German and half in English (with an accent). Well, when we were little and she would give us a bath, she would say "you have to wash your mushimika" so for years (and I do mean years) I did not know what a vagina was because we called it a mushimika!

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Originally Posted by mummergirl View Post
oh man, the salad thing just reminded me of something my IDIOT ex said once when we were out to dinner!

waiter: "soup or salad?"
idiot ex: "no thanks, i don't even like 'regular' salad!"

HAHAHAHAHA he was thinking the guy asked if he wanted SUPER salad! the poor waiter was just so confused ... meanwhile, i had water coming out of nose, i was laughing so hard! must've laughed through the entire dinner! i'm so glad i'm rid of the IDIOT!
OMG, I almost peed myself laughing so hard about this. My husband thinks I'm nuts.

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I also remember my mom telling me that the middle finger ment shut up lol
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I love this thread!!!

 

I have a lyrics one...my friend used to think that CCRs Bad Moon Rising went like this...

"Dont go around tonight,

Well, its bound to take your life,

Theres a bathroom on the right. (instead of bad moon on the rise)

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I love this thread!!!

I have a lyrics one...my friend used to think that CCRs Bad Moon Rising went like this...
"Dont go around tonight,
Well, its bound to take your life,
Theres a bathroom on the right. (instead of bad moon on the rise)
LMAO !!! i still sing those lyrics to that song!

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