Fallbrookisms 07 April 2011
Mother: Why do people say “shit my pants”? It’s “shit in my pants.” I need that preposition. It doesn’t sound as foul with the preposition.
Daughter: I shat my pants. Is past tense better?
Mother: Shitted? Maybe shot.
Daughter: Or shitten — have you shitten?
Mother: Sat on the shitter.
Daughter: Mom, we’re laughing about poop.
Mother: Poo — we’re laughing about poo! Poo is funnier.
Daughter: I feel good about this.
Mother: Me, too. … I too. It’s not me, too.
Daughter: Aw, shit.
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