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HFSSC posted 8/5/2013 22:03 PM

Queef!!!!!!


He doesn't know what it means and I'll be damned if I'm going to tell him. Apparently he heard some kid at school say it.

We left it at, "Trust me, son, you do not want to hear this from me."

Holy crap!!!

AgainandAgain posted 8/5/2013 22:35 PM

I am just hysterical right now. You have no idea how much this made my night and I needed it.

If he ONLY knew....

jo2love posted 8/5/2013 22:52 PM


and I'm off to google it because I have no clue.

Mommato4 posted 8/5/2013 22:53 PM

Oh my!

Skan posted 8/5/2013 22:57 PM

I just inhaled some Key Lime soda. My head now hurts!

jo2love posted 8/5/2013 22:57 PM

Let's add that to the list of things my dd best not call me. OT is teaching me all sorts of words this past week.

[This message edited by SI Staff at 10:57 PM, August 5th (Monday)]

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 8/5/2013 23:10 PM

Somebody HAS to tell him so he'll stop saying it!!!

Alright. I almost peed my pants on that one!!

click4it posted 8/5/2013 23:12 PM

Are you SURE he doesn't know what it means? They can be sneaky ya know.

Nature_Girl posted 8/5/2013 23:12 PM

Googled it 'cuz I didn't know. And now I know. But this is better than the Google I did earlier today for Christina piercing. I was not prepared for that.

But see, I'm just the kind of mom who would happily explain in great detail - I'd probably pull out some anatomy pics to illustrate - the definition of queef. Oh yes I would. I'd make damn sure that the word would never cross my child's lips in my presence again if it was referring to an actual human being. And I think I'd find a way to work that word into a few sentences as well. Perhaps warn said child that I felt a queef coming on. Or that if I laugh any harder I'm going to queef. Whatever.

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 8/5/2013 23:17 PM

But see, I'm just the kind of mom who would happily explain in great detail - I'd probably pull out some anatomy pics to illustrate - the definition of queef. Oh yes I would. I'd make damn sure that the word would never cross my child's lips in my presence again if it was referring to an actual human being. And I think I'd find a way to work that word into a few sentences as well. Perhaps warn said child that I felt a queef coming on. Or that if I laugh any harder I'm going to queef. Whatever.


Long lost twin, where have you been?

Nature_Girl posted 8/5/2013 23:21 PM

Pull my finger & I'll tell you.

Hey, I can burp talk, ya know. Wonder if one can queef talk? Hmmmmm.... I think I'm going to love the teenage years. Lordy, think of the shit I can finally pull!

timeforchange posted 8/6/2013 00:39 AM

Well you learn something new every day!!!!

Thank you google.

And thanks for the laugh

caregiver9000 posted 8/6/2013 00:43 AM

I feel your pain.

Maybe he meant QUEEN...

Seriously, does this child sleep with his eyes open because um, payback is a ......nother word he better not call you.

HFSSC posted 8/6/2013 06:04 AM

Somebody HAS to tell him so he'll stop saying it!!!

Yeah, that'll be JM's job, not mine.

tushnurse posted 8/6/2013 08:32 AM

I am with Nature Girl and Thought I knew ya....
I would definitely make sure he knows what it is, and discuss in detail, offer pictures, etc.
Just to be sure he gets it, and knows that it isn't ok to use that term. Although at 14 I'm betting he has some idea of what it is.

bluelady posted 8/6/2013 10:31 AM

That reminds me of the time, at school, a student was being corrected by a teacher's aide for being rough in the hallway at lunch. He didn't take kindly to being corrected, so he told her to "shut her bush" . It didn't go over well for him at the office. By the end, he was practically in tears and we had figured out that he thought he was saying "shut your BOUCHE". Bouche means mouth in French. Still not appropriate to say but much better than shut your bush.

Or the time another student thought it would be funny to teach his friend a phrase in French to say to me, not thinking the friend would actually do it. Turns out asking a teacher to suck on your booby gets you sent home for the day

painpaingoaway posted 8/6/2013 12:36 PM

Oh lawd! Now that's one term I have never heard!

Although, TMI, it did happen to me when I was with my first boyfriend, and I was soooo embarrassed I thought I would die. and he so delicately referred to it as a 'pussy fart'. Thanks buddy, yeah, that made feel a whole lot better.

Crescita posted 8/6/2013 12:53 PM

So did he run off to his room to google it and stay hidden for the rest of the night?

jrc1963 posted 8/6/2013 17:09 PM

OMG... I had to google this too.

EWWWWWW

HFSSC posted 8/6/2013 19:44 PM

PPGA, ACK!!!!!!!!!! That's so klassy.
Actually, that's what I heard it called before I heard THIS word.


So did he run off to his room to google it and stay hidden for the rest of the night?

No idea. I haven't brought it back up, and neither has he.

So, this weeks vocabulary lesson brought to you by adolescent males is now concluded. Aren't you all excited for next week???

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