Saturday, January 8, 2011

Spelling Test

I have to warn you...this is not the nicest post,
but I couldn't resist. 
So if you don't like bad words
 (I REALLY don't)
click off now :)

I always have Annie write out my shopping lists to have her practice her spelling and writing.  I was SOOOOO glad to see SHIRT on her spelling test this week.  Look what I almost bought last week at Target:
I was reading the list back to her & had to stop myself fast!  If you know me it is even funnier...I don't even let my kids say WHATEVER.  I am just glad she was a super speller this week & knows how to spell it now :)

32 comments:

Theresa said...

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Leah Marie said...

this cracks me up. when i was little we weren't even allowed to say "dumb". :]

Can do mom said...

So funny!

My two daughters were just looking through boxes of old letters and notes and some of them were hysterically funny! The bad spelling, the fake complements and more...

I used to make them say five nice things to each other whenever they insulted each other and I must have made them write it down sometimes. At the time I probably wouldn't have been amused but let me tell you, insincere compliments can be quite funny when you read them years later.

m.e (Cathie) said...

heheeee...that is sooo cute!
we don't use words like that aswell so I would of had to explain in an imaginative way why I was giggling so much.
that's a great way to get them spelling, must try that this year with Amelie.
happy day to you sweet Libbie ♥

Susan said...

That's SO funny! As a first grade teacher I can appreciate it even more! I once asked my students to write something about themselves in their journals that I didn't know about them. One sweet little girl wrote her name and wrote wild hor ! She did draw a picture of a horse with it, but I tell you, I nearly died laughing!

They call me "Deb" said...

Okay... I think there was a glitch that prevented this from posting the first time I tried it. So I'll try again.
"Ohhhhh my goodness - that's hilarious! I remember when my son was learning to 'sound out' words. There was a sign on a bank that read "Society National Bank". He'd previously learned that "cie" sounded like 'sh". So you can imagine what we heard from our back seat when we drove past that bank. lol"
Hugs,
Deb

Chrissy said...

Haha, thanks for the laugh! :)

Shelley said...

That is so cute!!!

A few weeks ago Noah came up to me and said, "I know what the 'F' word is." I know my face looked HORRIFIED and SHOCKED. He asked me if he could just spell it to me and he proceeded to say,
"F - R - E - K - Y, right Mom?"
"Uhhhhhhm yep, honey, that's right...that's what that word is."
"I know that you really shouldn't call people freaky though because it's not nice."
"Right, honey."

Rose said...

Oh how funny. I know when I was about 5 I used to make my parents cringe when I would call out for a neighbor boy. His name was Baxter. I will leave it to your imagination how that came out. Thanks for the chuckle.

koralee said...

So cute...being a teacher you wouldn't beleive some of the things I see and hear.

Hugs. xoxoxo

Marla said...

Did you hear me snorting with laughter all the way in Oklahoma? Too funny!

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

Priceless!

Karen said...

LOL....you ARE going to keep that paper, right? Say, I wonder where you would buy that at Target?

Dee said...

LOL! That's too funny! That's one you'll have to keep and show later!

Two Shades of Pink said...

HAHAHAHAHA! Yep...that's a keeper for the memory box. Such sweet innocence. And such entertainment for all of us! And were you really shopping for a lamp, some fruit, paper and ink? What a random list. Ah, but that IS the beauty of Target. Thanks for sharing. :)

marie said...

You are writing a book.......right!!?
It would be a bestseller you know!!

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Bwahahaha! Oh that Annie is such a treasure!! Thanks for the giggle....I needed that.
xoxo
Karyn

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