Funny things they say. . . .

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If your children are verbal, what are some of the funny things they say (autistic or NT)?

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Jane - posted on 08/07/2010

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my little boy (4yo) wont accept being called anything but his name. eg: you're a smartie, gets the response, no i'm ethan! or no i'm not i'm a boy! he gets quite stressed about it if you dont change the sentance to say you're ethan or yes you're a boy.

another thing he does, is constantly asks where are we going? After a long day, i often get tired of the constant question, and say, to the moon! or something similar. He answers me with - but where is the space ship, or but the moon is asleep mum we'll have to go to the sun instead etc etc. lol!

Tammy - posted on 08/07/2010

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I just put my Aspie son to bed and said "goodnight sweeti pie" his reply to me was "im not a pie" i tried to explain that no your my cute little sweeti pie and he kept telling me im not a pie so cute :)

Lisa - posted on 07/24/2010

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From my 11 yo Aspie, "Why do people listen to ipods? Why don't they just listen to the songs in their heads?"

Kimberly - posted on 07/24/2010

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I was at a local dollar store yesterday picking up some last minute birthday favors and my Aspie daughter asked me for a quarter. I explained to her that I hardly ever carry cash.....she said "Mommy, youre a cheapskate, you never have any cash" LOL

Abby - posted on 07/23/2010

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i am newly pregnant. My 9 yr old aspie asked me "Mummy, what do you and Daddy do to have a baby?"....Gosh i do not know how to answer that

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My daughter chose a notebook to send with my husband for work. I suggested she write a sentiment, so she wrote, "Dad, this was cheap. Love, A.K.G. Jesus loves you."

Valerie - posted on 07/21/2010

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My friend gave my son a book of "The Spiderwick Chronicles." I asked him how he liked the story, and he said, "Its ok. Actually, I don't really like books, I prefer comics." And with that he closed the book and began to sing. He is 11.

Melissa - posted on 07/21/2010

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These are too funny! My little boy asked why puppy dogs don't have two tails - is it because their bottoms would fall off when they wag?

Amber - posted on 07/20/2010

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I just had to share this. Last night my husband and I were looking through the different TV channels for something to watch. He landed on Cartoon Network, looked at me and said "Adult Swim?" (Which is their night time programing). My daughter ran into the room and said "ooooh, can I go too, I love swimming." It was quite funny.

Amber - posted on 07/20/2010

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My 3 year asd son's knew thing is "pink promise" about everything. "Pinky promise if I stay on my bun then I get to see Auntie" " Pinky Promise if I eat my dinner I get a resse cup" lol we must make a good 50 pinky's a day right now.... and I have to clue where he learned it lol

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I was trying to potty train my son when he was 2, before he had any diagnosis or screenings. I left his diaper off and told him if he put his poop in the potty, I'd give him a cookie. I see him running past me and he was holding poop! I screamed, "C, Nooooooo!" and he did what he always did when he had something he wasn't supposed to-- he threw it at me! Luckily I was able to get out of the way, but I couldn't console him until I assurred he he could still have a cookie once the mess was cleaned up. ugh.

Amber - posted on 07/19/2010

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My daughter was coloring in a notebook while laying on the floor. I asked her to color on the table. She whimpered for a while abotu not wanting to, until finally she stood up, walked to the table and colored ON the table. I asked her what she was doing and she said, "what you told me, are you crazy?"

Lisa - posted on 07/19/2010

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Tammy Z.. that was cute. I too, sometimes laugh at things people would not find funny. My son broke his silence at 3 1/2, so he does too say some funny things. People in the real world have NO idea what us parents face day to day. I truly think they should walk a day in our shoes before they are so eager to judge us!

Lisa - posted on 07/19/2010

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My 5 year old autistic son went into Blockbuster Video with my husband. He has a great memory. There was a song on in the car, my husband thinks it's called Don't Stop. As he opened the door to the video store, my son walked in and said "The party don't start till I walk in." My husband said the employees and customers were all laughing on how cute he was. We are just glad he finally talks, as he was 3 1/2 when he finally broke through the silence!

Tammy - posted on 07/18/2010

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my 3 year old Aspie said out of the blue one day "mum your a looser i a winner" of curse we were in public i ws so happy he said more then two words in a row i laughed and hugged him and said you are a winner mind you there were some shocked on lookers..lol

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haha! I love the blatant truth.

This afternoon, M was imitating the old lady from Madagascar. A said it was a good impression, so I pointed out how nice it was of her to say. Then she said, "Yeah, M, you're going to make a great little old lady someday!" lol

Shasta - posted on 07/16/2010

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o and another one was my aspie had been goin through the lunch line at school and they have the open cooler where the kids just grab a milk. well my son had been drinkin his milk and puttin it back n the cooler and gettin another one..and they couldnt figure out who had been leavin empty cartons n the cooler until they seen him do it one day...he didnt know u had to pay for ne extra ones lol

Shasta - posted on 07/16/2010

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kids can be so funny my aspie tells me he hasnt ate in 5 million yrs! and my non aspie 3yr old wanted to go with his dad and i said y dont u wanna stay with me? and he says "sometimes i just need a break from u!" i was like wow

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Haha, cute!

The other day, A told me that there was probably no such thing as the tooth fairy since grownups could sneak into their room, take and hide the tooth, then print a letter off the computer. (busted!) She was also the one who informed me that of course you can't catch a bus because you would need a giagantic net.

I asked C (who was just in his underwear) to put on "some other clothes" and he said he didn't wear mother clothes. He was a kid. He wears kid clothes!

Sinead - posted on 07/16/2010

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Nicole asks me lots of random questions,e.g l Mammy do wizards like mice?? Can pandas have tiger babies??
She always tells me she loves me infinity 101 and beyond:):)

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