"When someone is fat, it's not nice to call them fat. You should say plump. Unless it's a girl. Then you call her pregnant."
"Miss Betsy, I don't know how this happened, but my shoe is in the toilet."
"There is a bad word in my book. Ass." -(it was a book about animals)
"It's okay if you're talking about animals. Just don't say that about people." - me
"Well, my mom calls my dad an ass."
"I thought you were going to marry me someday." - me
"Yeah, but when I'm a grownup, you'll be a grandma. And when I'm a grandpa, you'll be dead!"
"If you eat junk food, you'll grow side to side."
"The doctor put a baby in my mom's tummy."
"No, God did that!"
"My heart hurts." - kid #1
"The inside or the outside?" - kid #2
"The inside." - kid #1
"It means you have too much food in you and it's getting blocked." - kid #2
"When I grow up I'm going to have a baby and get stretch marks."
"My little cousin is getting her head appetized." - (she meant baptized, in case you're wondering)
"Did you just call me woman?" - co-teacher
"Yeah, 'cause you're giving me a hard time!"
"So you're a kid?!" - (said to me after my dad visited my class)
"I can use any color I want. I'm the boss." - me
"You're not the boss. Bosses are mean to people."
"My dad always says, 'Keep track of your things.' That's what you gotta do, Miss Betsy." - (after I misplaced something)
"Whose art project is this? I can't read the name." - co-teacher
"Oh, that's mine. I wrote my name in Japanese."
"My mom didn't have her stomach cut open when she had a baby. She screamed."
So there you have just a little taste of what I hear during my days in the Pre-K. I hope you enjoyed them!
**Linking up to Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together!**