It's ridiculous how much I love my family. I have a 7 year old brother that says some funny stuff. I love dinner time because we all talk about our day. Every night without fail we have some of the most awkward conversation a person could imagine.
It was my turn to talk about my day. I started with the test I aced in wood shop today. Everyone said yay, good job, ect. My mom had me bring a cutting board to school today so I could cut it to the right size and that gave my dad the idea to get a cutting board that he had made my mom from its permanent spot in the cupboard (it's too pretty to scratch up, according to my mom). It was looking a little dull so pops decided to get the old and shine it up with some napkins. Trying to be all smarty pants and funny I said, "Hey Matt, do you know what that joint is called holding the pieces of wood together? No? It's called a butt joint." *giggles* "Ya, it's even spelled B-U-T-T." *more giggles* Then my mom chimed in, "Because it looks like a butt crack..." *laughs* And then we started making silly comparisons of a butt crack and a cutting board.
-Dad is wiping it, heheh!
-Dad is oiling it like a baby's bottom, teehee!
-It's brown, ohohoh!
-Mom likes to keep it hidden, haha!
Just stuff like that. Matthew was laughing so hard. You can't help but smile when that kid is happy.
Secondly, I have a nasty wart on my foot, nasty I know. So I told my mom we need to do something about it and that got Matthew going on the wart he had to freeze off once. Then out of no where he said, "Today at school, so-and-so told me that his brother's friend has warts on his....." and then he turned red and looked at his crotch. I looked at my parents and we all busted up while Anika was shocked and Matthew was embarrassed. Matthew thought his friend was lying and that couldn't happen so we proceeded to explain, briefly, genital warts. Lovely dinner conversation, I know.