March 20, 2009

What Was That?

My three year old has made me laugh lately.

A few weeks ago he heard the song below "Gives You Hell," by American-Rejects and was singing along saying "Makes You Well."

Yesterday I was trying to get him to pick out a Disney movie and I suggested Lady and the Tramp. He said to me, " Let me see Lady and the Jump."

Today we were listening to the radio and we heard the song "Mad," by Ne-Yo, you will have to listen to it below. It is actually a really good song. Anyway after listening to it for a minute he said to me, "That is me." What I asked? "I don't want to go to bed." Isn't that the truth. We hear that every single day no fail.

So it got me thinking. When I was a kid the song Unbelievable, by EMF was popular and my cousin thought that every time they said, "Your Unbelievable" they actually said "Your Arms and Legs Are Cool." I will never forget that! I think of it every time I hear the song.

When Mark was a kid every time he heard the song Dirty Deeds, by AC/DC he thought the lyric "they're done dirt cheap" was actually "The Thunder Chief."

Listen to the songs below and see what you think........

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Have you ever been confused about the lyrics? Sometimes it makes for a pretty good laugh!

March 12, 2009

Motorcycle Coupon

Last week when I was pulling my coupon inserts from the paper my son noticed something he wanted. It was a sporting store ad. I pulled it out and he carried it around for days. Then on Saturday he came to me and said can you cut out my motorcycle coupons? We cut out a couple of the pictures. Now he goes around saying that he is going to get a motorcycle with his coupons.
His dad told him a while back that he could have his first motorcycle when he turns 5. So after playing with his coupons for a while he came to me and said, "Mom, I have a problem, I need to figure out how to be five." He then tried to convince me that he was five.
Two things I know:
1. My coupon stuff is rubbing off on my son.
2. We are not going to hear the end of it until this kid gets a motorcycle.
Maybe I can convince dad that we need to extend the age, that might be easier than convincing my boy. I don't think I am ready for my boy to be on a motorcycle all by himself. Besides those things are expensive and not even my coupon deals can help with that!