When I was a kid I remember my mom telling all the funny things I used to say and had everyone laughing out loud - yes, even in those days they LOL'd.
Yesterday I went to have lunch with my two boys - 9 and 2 1/2. We went to a local sandwich shop and decided to eat there.
The place was busy and as we were sitting down eating, somebody, a gentleman, sneezed. My 2 1/2 year-old immediately announced, very loud and clear, "DOGGIE, DOGGIE"
I was swallowing my sandwich as I tried not to burst out laughing. Since I didn't respond immediately, Jesse continued "WOOF, WOOF, DOGGIE". The decibel level still turned up. Now people around us were starting to chuckle too.
I tried to whisper and explain that somebody sneezed. To that Jesse replied "DOGGIE SNEEZED!" At this point my older son and I couldn't keep it together and starting laughing out loud. Jesse thought this was hilarious that we were laughing and joined in while repeating "DOGGIE SNEEZED".
After I thought of it, it did sound a little like a low bark of a dog. WOOF.
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