While at my aunts house yesterday, her kids, who are 11 & 9 I think, came running to their mom all freaked out and accusing my kid of saying a "bad word".
My aunt can be pretty uptight about shit like that but I tried to assured her that the chances of my kid saying a bad word were pretty slim considering that the only bad word he knows is "shit" and he only uses it in context to having to take a shit.
We debated back and forth on the issue about what bad word my kid had possibly uttered because she refused to just ask her kids what he had said.
Knowing how uptight my aunt is, I asked her if her kids were the kind of brats who think that words like 'penis' are bad words.
She claimed that they weren't but somehow I had a feeling that this was all penis related. My kid for whatever reason, is very fond of the word penis.
After so much debate of what the hell my kid could've said, her curiosity finally peeked and she finally asked her kids what was the bad word that my kid had said.
Apparently, my kid said to my aunts kids, "My penis is really big".
I guess it left them in a state of shock because you don't exactly expect for a 3 1/2 year old to say something like that.
Turns out I was right. My kid didn't say a bad word just like I had suspected. He instead just happen to blurt out something completely random, which he tends to do a lot.
I'm guessing his short attention span has something to do with him randomly saying things that have nothing to do with whatever is going on around him. After all, he is only 3 1/2.
I'm not sure if this would've alarmed other parents or not, but I don't see the big deal with the word penis and so he remains unpunished for this bullshit offense.
But yea, that's the story of my kid saying a bad word.