Boys Will Be Boys
Da oddah day I get a call from Da Wife while I was at work and wondering if something was wrong cause she was at home with Da Baby (stomach issues).
Da Wife: You know what your son did?
BL: (not phased since she's saying he is my son) Wat?
Da Wife: He shoved a blue bead up his nose and it got stuck!
BL: Huh? A blue wat?
Da Wife: A b-l-u-e bead! I don't know where he got it or where it came from but it was up there!
BL: So wat then?
Da Wife: It was really bothering him and all the doctor's were on lunch so no one answered the phone. I was about to take him to urgent care..... but I got it out.
BL: How'd you do dat? Did you have him blow hard?
Da Wife: I got it out With the ear cleaner.
Da Wife: Da wat??
Wassup Wit Dat!
(*Pic, yes a picture, to follow - my phone died before I could get a pic)
Updated: See below of da apparatus.
Believe me folks, you no can make dis kine stuff up. How or why a two month shy of turning three decides to shove something li'dat up an orifice beats da heck out of me cause nothing he watches at home even comes close to emulating dat. Da Keiki was NEVAH like dat at dat age so Da Wife of course says it's all me.
Have any of you - or your keiki - done such a thing? Care to share? Have you tried to run a spaghetti noodle through your nostril out to your mouth? I've had soda, watah and beer come out, but nevah going in. lol
Wen I get home latah that night, Da Wife 'reminds' me not to scold him since she had taken care of dat. With da softest Korean stink eye I could manage, I told him to nevah to put anything up his nose evah again cause it made us very worried and scared. I did ask him why he did it and he puts his head down, fiddles with his hands and with a sad, nasally tone, "I dunno."
Two seconds latah, he looks up, giggles and proceeds to tackle me.