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Three Magic Words… (VIDEO)

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There are three words we all knew we would one day get to say to the people we love, especially as parents…

So, we decided to make a video about it. Enjoy!


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I guarantee every parent has said them at least once. Maybe you’re saying them right now. Hell, I want to say them right now about writing this blog!

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9 Comments

9 Responses to “Three Magic Words… (VIDEO)”

  1. the muskrat says:

    Whit Honea keepin’ it real!

    I say those words every day when I walk into the house after work in response to “How’d your day go?” Because I’m sensitive.

  2. Manda says:

    My husband uses a different phrase: I have no opinion.

    “Do you think Angelina Jolie is hot?”

    “I have no opinion.”

    LOL

  3. Also works great for “Honey, is that smell you or the baby?”

    Sadly, still does not work with “Does this make me look fat?”

  4. Renae says:

    I find that at some point in a day all questions asked of me sound like the parent or teachers from Peanuts “wah wa wah wawa” and I fall to the “I don’t know” because I know it’s not safe to say yes or no, seeing as I didn’t hear what they said!

  5. Chris says:

    Even though the three words could have been, “Ask your mom,” I do say “I don’t know” a lot. Other highly frequented vocabulary rotations include “yes,” “maybe,” “sure,” “nope,” and “uhhh…”

    Wanna take the kids to see a movie? “Uhhh…”
    Does this look good on me? “Yes.”
    How long are you going to disappear upstairs for? “I don’t know.”
    Do you think I should buy these socks? “Sure.”

  6. Corina says:

    i have these all the time! i don’t know anything, so for me it works best to respond with “what do you think?” as in: was that a real santa? well, what do you think?

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