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Sayings, Quotes, and Just Good Advice July 26, 2011

The things we say to our kids, and the things that were said
to us as kids. Looking back, some of these sayings and bits of parenting advice
are hilarious…and sometimes I’ll catch myself saying one of these and think, “When
did I turn into my mother?!”

Sayings, Quotes, and Just Good Advice

  • “Don’t make me take my shoe off”
  • “Worse things have happened to better people”
  • “People in Hell want ice water”
  • “Want in one hand, shit in the other, and see
    which gets full fastest”
  • “If it’s wet, and it’s not yours, don’t touch it”
  • “Just because it fits doesn’t mean it goes there”
  • “They’re called privates for a reason, and rooms
    have doors for a reason”
  • “Keep hands, feet, and all objects to yourself”
  • “No Touchie” – To quote Kuzko (Disney’s The Emperors’ New Groove)
  • “I’m not mom, I changed my name”
  • “That’s what you get, I told you not too”
  • “Next time you’ll listen to your mom, won’t you?”

And my favorite is:

“Go ask your dad”

*If you like these check out Great Grandmas Answers a few posts back,
and please feel free to add some of your favorites in the comment section, I
can always use new answers to give the kids 😉

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5 Responses to “Sayings, Quotes, and Just Good Advice”

  1. grammyjj Says:

    Wow was I afraid of your grandma’s (my Mom’s) shoes. She had those little pointed elf shoes that women in the ’60’s wore. They were gold and I just knew they’d kill me if she paddled me with them!

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