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#26 dakotaskys

Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:44 PM

A friends 2 year old son bought hers out and tried to give it to my hubby. . . . .im not sure who was in the most amount of shock. . . My friend Or my hubby laugh.gif
we laugh about it and call it a revolving candle!

#27 Unatheowl

Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:46 PM

QUOTE (babysaurs @ 12/11/2012, 10:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
My dd has a fascination with comdom packets, nothing like people coming to the door seeing a 2 yr old surrounded by condoms!! Worse still she runsoff with them and I'm constantly finding them all over the house lol!

haha this reminds me.  My DS used to love playing with the condom packets when he was little.  One day DH made a little dinosaur out of them - it was awesome.  When MIL came over I hurridly put it in the fridge to hide it from her (WTF?  it was a snap decision, not neccessarily a good one).  Great plan until she opened it to put the food she brought over into the fridge and saw a little condom dinosaur peeking out at her.

#28 lamarque

Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:53 PM

DH discovered our two with my toy.  DH overheard DD say 'I think it's something to do with a wedding'.  

It's up much higher now.. blush.gif

#29 Glikker

Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:01 PM

I know this is an old topic but had to share...

It was about 2 years ago but unfortunately the memory is still freshly imprinted in my mind!
Dp, myself and ds1 had been staying with my parents for two weeks while our new rental property was being renovated before we could move in.
We're all sitting in the living room talking, me, dp, my then 18 year old brother, mum and dad, when DS who was about 15 months runs into the middle of the room with my "special toy" he had found in the suitcase, waving it around for all to see.
I was sooo mortified! I don't think i have ever moved so quickly in my life, the second i realised what he had i jumped from my seat, snatched it from him and went straight to the spare bedroom we were staying in.
I was so embarrassed i stayed there shocked repeating "omg omg omg" to myself for about five minutes before i was calm enough to return.
No one spoke a word about it, to  this day i pray no one realised what it was, although im sure they did and just no body wanted to say anything to avoid the awkwardness it would cause.
(My mum is a bit of a prude shall i say)
Dp knew what had happen, he has since mentioned it to me over drinks together, he was just as embarrassed as me and im sure felt a lot more awkward.

#30 Chelli

Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:19 PM

Some of these stories are hilarious! roll2.gif

#31 gravity1

Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:31 PM

Lovin' this thread! I must be boring though...I don't have any 'special' toys!

#32 Guest_Sunnycat_*

Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:35 PM

I don't have any special toys either.

#33 PopperPenguin

Posted 17 April 2013 - 10:59 PM

I was reading through this thinking I was such a prude for not having any 'toys', glad to see I'm not the only one though!

#34 Bella86

Posted 17 April 2013 - 11:02 PM

My little sister found mine years ago.. I nearly died she came out and said um what's this. I remember having something big over her head (can't remember now) and I said you ever mention this to anyone I'm telling mum.. Was only a year or so ago she bought it up was so funny!

#35 RunDMC

Posted 18 April 2013 - 01:35 AM

Reminds me of this

#36 hiddensecrets

Posted 18 April 2013 - 03:10 AM

This hasnt happened to me yet but DS found my mum and dads.  It was not something I needed to see (we were living with them).  He came out with his mouth full of chocolate (the block must have been in the same draw) and a sock covered item going "mummy what this?" while it buzzed happily.....I just distracted him and put it back.

Then sent mum a text saying "You might want to hide your chocolate and other items in that draw better, or maybe shut your door when you're not at home......"

Poor mum was redfaced when she came home...but I just couldnt bring myself to tell her in person.  She has since forgotten, I never have!

#37 Lady Lovely Locks

Posted 18 April 2013 - 09:05 AM

LOL my older sister is still horrified that as a early teen in the late 70's  she and her besty found a toy of Mums, she said it took her two weeks to figure out what they had been playing with (very conservative family lol) apparently they had a long list of potential uses for the mystery object, even tested some of them out until one of them finally clicked blink.gif  

#38 Especially*K*

Posted 18 April 2013 - 09:31 AM

This thread is soooo funny!!!!!

Im so boring, im single and dont even have a "special toy".

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