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Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Potty

A little 3 year old boy is sitting on the toilet reading a book. His mother thinks he has been in there too long, so she goes in to check on him.
He is sitting on the toilet reading a book. But about every 15 seconds or so, he puts the book down, gets onto the toilet seat with his left hand and hits himself on top of his head with his right hand.
His mother says: "Danny, are you all right? You've been in here for a while."
Danny says: "I'm fine, Mommy. I just haven't gone potty yet."
Mother says: "Ok, you can stay here a few more minutes, but why are you hitting yourself on the head?"

Danny said: "It works for ketchup!!"



Karen said...

Hee hee.....

Betty Manousos said...


Indrani said...

Innocent and hilarious!

Paula Scott said...

Too cute! I'm sure it brings back those potty training memories for many a parent! Don't tell anyone, but when my son was a toddler, he'd strip down naked to go potty! Don't think he does it now though (at 20).

Reader Wil said...

Ha, ha,...This is the funniest P post I read today! Thank you Sylvia!
Have the best week possible!
Wil, ABC Team.

Linda Reeder said...

HA-HA-HA! :-)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You make me laugh.

I love your new header.

Tracy said...

HAHAHAHA!!! love it :)

Janie said...

Funny story! Love your new header, too.

NixBlog said...

Good one, Sylvia! Nice to start my morning off with a laugh, especially this dark, wet and cold Autumn morning in Melbourne...

Pam said...

Kids!.. you never know what the are thinking.
Thanks for the chuckle.
Sylvia, you fit your header description to a T.. never change, my friend!
Hugs :)

George said...


PerthDailyPhoto said...

Child logic is hilarious, love the picture Sylvia.

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