Sometimes I think DD should come with a 'danger; may cause excessive merriment' warning.
Since she could speak she has been amusing me with things she says. Often the humour is in the matter of fact way she says things.
Tonight driving back from a school meeting we saw some lads in camo and squaddie style uniforms walking along, probably just finished some sort of territorial army thing, they were late teens I guess ..
DD "whoa army boys, hunks, whoa!"
as we drove by and she craned to look out of the car window
"oh no wait they are acne ridden, drive on ..."
Me " you are HILARIOUS sometimes, you do make me laugh!"
DD (totally straight faced) "maybe you should just video my entire life"
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