I'm often told that my children are lucky because I cook most meals from scratch. (Don't post me a halo, cooking is my hobby,) They often feel less lucky, words I have heard this week....
" Is that one of the cute chicks that you murdered?. Why are you attacking it with a machete? You already murdered it."
Thank-you #3, remind me not to let you watch me joint a chicken in future.
" EEEEhuew , mum, whats that? They eat dirt, the man on animal planet said they eat dead things, look, look, its got eyes, look.....eeeehuew..."
Thank-you #4, so now I know what crabs eat. (Slight aside, is it a cornish thing that the lungs are called "dead mens fingers"? When I called them that in the fishmonger he looked at me like I'd got three heads. )
"Eeeeeuuew, WE SAID we wouldn't eat slimy squid things and hiding them with dead mens fingers in fish cakes won't make us so there!!!!!" (No, the dead mens fingers weren't in the fish cakes, reminder to self, don't take #4 to fish mongers.)
"Mum, mum, why are you putting wee in the pan, mum...." (It was chicken stock!!!)
"This pizza isn't round, I can't eat it."
"Look #3, look, these carrot strings fit up my nose and when I blow..." (So don't practice julienning veggies on #4's tea in future.)
"Mum, why's it called sticky toffee pudding? It didn't stick to the ceiling, mum."
And of course my all time favourite, this week, " Why can't we have real food like they do on the telly."
When it rains, it really rains...
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