Thursday, May 8, 2008

Yosemite Sam


Ok, this is just kind of for journal's sake. I am going to list off a few of Zack's more popular curse words. How he says these so fast in such a painful/angry/scary moment is quite funny.
Also, as Church family tradition goes, the words all seem to evolve from something simple to something grand. They also have to be read as fast as you can to truly appreciate this talent.
First, the simple ones:

Son of a Diddly!

Guy Morris!

This is a group that I would consider a "family".

Mother Monkey Nut Farmer!

Monkey's Uncle Pieces of Crap!

Pieces of Shining Light of Glory!

And my personal favorite:

Judas Mother of All Pieces of Monkey Shining Light of Glory!

Our sweet little Tommy also did his own Yosemite Sam routine when he was about 3 years old. Whenever he'd get angry or embarrassed, he'd yell:

Satellite - poo - poo - airplane - grandpa! I have no idea where he even heard the word satellite.

7 comments:

Heath & Jessica said...

If you are going to curse, this would be the way to do it. It's funnier this way.

church family blog said...

I think I use to be included in Tommy's swear words for awhile after I accidently stepped on his toe. Glad it never stuck.
-Wendy

Erika said...

Yeah we just swear. Not proud to say it but when Brent or I get suddenly hurt it often just comes out. Hats off to you guys for thinking fast enough to come up with something more G rated, and being sprititual enough to not have the actual words be the first to come to mind!

Suzie said...

Oh. I am totally stealing
"son of a diddly."
that has a great ring ot it.

Nate & Jess & Jr. said...

Happy Mother's Day!

Fullmer Fam said...

I am still laughing with tears in my eyes right now!! Now, that (the name, slang, nickname maker-upper)is a gift that was not placed in my DNA at birth, as it was the rest of the fam. :) So funny!

Nate & Jess & Jr. said...

These make me laugh! How...creative & long some of them are! It would take me a while to remember them. I just have "fart-knocker." I Don't know where I first heard it.