Wassup Wit Dat!

Boys Will Be Boys

April 27th, 2016

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.

Boys I tell ya........... as I laugh with him. lol




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10 Responses to “Boys Will Be Boys”

  1. M:

    Howzit BL,

    When da kid do something wrong it's your son or daughter not our son or our daughter. How come la dat?


  2. cojef:

    Yeah all time your son do this or that wen something bad occurs. Nevah had a daughter so no can compare. Son copy me all the time, so one morning while shaving he comes next to me watching me shaving while peeing on my foot. Not watching where peee should go?


  3. Makiki:

    Bead round, nostril round... why not see if it fits? I'm sure he did it "just because". Looks like your parent's wish may come true and your son will be just like you!


  4. SS:

    BL-google Cheech and Chong "Up his Nose".
    When i was very young, I got my brother to put marbles up his nose. We had to go to the ER to get them out. I didn't get lickins for it either.


  5. Braddah Lance:

    M:


    When da kid do something wrong it's your son or daughter not our son or our daughter. How come la dat?

    Ha ha ha! True dat!
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    cojef:
    Son copy me all the time, so one morning while shaving he comes next to me watching me shaving while peeing on my foot.

    LOL.... wait, have you evah shaved and pee'd at da same time?
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    Makiki:
    Bead round, nostril round... why not see if it fits? I'm sure he did it "just because". Looks like your parent's wish may come true and your son will be just like you!

    Ha ha ha! Well, all da "parents" have said it was pay back. LOL
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    SS:
    BL-google Cheech and Chong "Up his Nose".

    I hope dat nevah happens. lol

    When i was very young, I got my brother to put marbles up his nose. We had to go to the ER to get them out. I didn't get lickins for it either.

    Ha ha ha! Marbles? Was it da bombuchas? And no lickins'? You one lucky buggah. lol

    E Komo Mai to WWD! SS! Mahalo for jumping in and sharing on your inaugural post. 😀


  6. zzzzzz:

    "not phased since she's saying he is my son"

    I like the way you put a positive spin on that.


  7. Ocean Lover:

    Eh BL, I give you dollah you tell you wife "MYOFB!" 😉


  8. Braddah Lance:

    zzzzzz:
    I like the way you put a positive spin on that.

    Ha ha ha.
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    Ocean Lover:
    Eh BL, I give you dollah you tell you wife "MYOFB!" 😉

    Only dollah? I going need rent money aftah dat. LOL


  9. RatMin:

    When I was in the 1st grade at Aliamanu Elementary I put a Monkey pod seed in my ear after seeing another kid do it. Except he was able to get his out and mine got stuck in there. I spent the rest of the school day with it in there and didn't say anything to an adult until I got home and told my Mom. I said it was no problem and I could still hear. but my mom being a nurse insisted that we had get it out because she couldn't do it. Now I wasn't worried about the seed in my ear until we get to the hospital and one of the nurses says to me "if they cannot get the seed out and it starts to grow out my ear if she can have a flower from it. Needless to say that the thought of a tree growing out of my ear made my all of a sudden want that seed out. I remember the doctors using warm water to remove the seed. Now I use that story as a warning to my son not to put things where they do not belong!


  10. 9th Island Girl:

    Let me put it to you this way: on occasion, we still call our daughter "bead nose baby." My husband got it out by basically rolling it down from the outside of her nose. 😄


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