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Juicebag – Scrabble Scribble #9

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Scrabble Scribble Comic 9 Juicebag
 

You’re there. Life is happening to you. You respond. And your kid observes attentively.

A reckless automobastard cutting you off for no good reason; a ferocious toy attacking your poor unsuspecting toe; a lengthy support call (that was aaaaaaaaaall call and no support) suddenly dropping off. Occasionally, some dirt hits the kid-filter so hard it breaks through.

If you’re lucky, you might dodge the bullet (or at least it only wings you), and your little one is only toddling around the world spouting something like “son of a biscuit” or “muddy trucker” for a few weeks.
 

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2 Responses to “Juicebag – Scrabble Scribble #9”

  1. Chris says:

    Once my step-son (he was five or six at the time) echoed my sentiments about someone’s parking job, saying, “What a douche.” About 30 seconds later, he said, “It’s hot as my balls outside!” “No, son; it’s ‘hot as balls,’ not ‘hot as MY balls,’ and you shouldn’t say that.” That’s one of his mom’s frequent phrases.

  2. Cassie says:

    Oh my hell I am laughing so hard at this post because it is pretty close to the same conversation I’ve had with my four year old! The word douchebag slipped out one day while driving and was instantly repeated, but it sounded like he said Juice bag. So I spent the next two hours making sure he was clearly pronouncing “Juicebag”. Now he calls us juice bags and thinks he’s hilarious.

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