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Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« on: March 26, 2009, 11:02:04 PM »
A girlfriend and mother of a 7-year-old going on 13 recently recounted a conversation she and her daughter had when they were showering together the other night, sometime they hadn't done in a while. They've had a few discussions about what's going to change about her body as she gets older and so her daughter looks at her in the shower and says: 'So, three things are going to happen to me,' says daughter. 'Three?' my friend asks, thinking they'd only discussed hair growth and boobies. 'Yeah, I'm going to get hair on my vagina and under my arms, then I'll get bigger boobies, and then a big butt,' she declares. Ah, kids say the darndest things! Especially when it comes to sex.

Like another friend's daughter who watched mommy breastfeed her newborn sister and then went to her new school and promptly asked her new female principal: 'Who drinks milk from your boobies?'

Or the older of a mom's two sons who asked her how babies are made when he was seven.After consulting some books on how to talk to your kids about sex, she explained it to him. He looked at her with a horrified look and said 'You mean you and daddy did that twice?!'

Another mom, pregnant with her fourth child decided to be straight with her 8-year-old when he asked her how she got pregnant in the first place. 'He giggled and squirmed his whole way through it. I handled that pretty well, I thought, patting myself on the back. The next night at dinner, he came to the table, and looked at his older sister, his younger sister, and my huge stomach and said 'Oh Mom! Do you mean to tell me you had sex four times?!'

'When my boys asked why I didn't have a penis I told them it was because I was a girl and girls had vaginas,' retells yet another mom.'The word seemed a bit harsh for a two and a four-year old, but the experts say to use the proper terms.So when Grandma came for dinner later that night, my eldest decided to share his new found knowledge. He told Grandma that he knew she was a girl because she had a 'Gina.' I like the sound of that word a whole lot better, even though it made Grandma blush all the same.'

'My youngest son wanted to know what the 'part' below his penis was,' another mom tells me.'I explained to him that it was his testicles. He quickly replied he didn't like the look of it and could I take them off.I desperately wanted to agree with him about how they looked but instead I managed to explain as best I could without laughing that he might want them one day!'

Another mom whose son was discovering his testicles decided they were his 'pumpers' and they were there to help get the pee out of his 'weenie.' 'I'll certainly tell that one at his wedding!' she laughs.

Do you have any funny stories about talking to your kids about sex?

(Source: anonymously forwarded)

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2009, 11:13:52 PM »
Naay koy duha ka manghod nga baje nga parehong nurse na ron. Katong second to the youngest, mga 8 pa siya atong tuiga, nangutana sa akong papa, "Pang, giunsa man himo ang baby?"

Ningisi akong Papa ug naghuna-hunag kalit. Nangawot sa iyang upaw ug nagkapuliki, "A, gihimo na siya ni Jesus ug gisud sa tijan sa nanay."

Ang kinamanghuran nga 7-year old pa ato, niundang pagduwa ug nisabat, "Dili uy, gi-i  _ _ t na sa mama ug papa."

Mao siguro gipakuhag nursing sa akong papa kay bright kaajo.



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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2009, 03:31:48 AM »
Akong anak laki who is now six years old sa nag edad man siguro to siya ug 4 or 3 ba kaha nag ask siya nako Momma how come Sisi(younger sister) have no Hoten.So I told him she is a girl.Slang kaayo mo pronouce akong anak ug penis nga binisaya which wala na siya kabalo nga penis ba diay na ngalan ana iya nabal an hoten ra hehhehe.Mao ni nakaadvantage nga bisan pa kapila siya mo mention ana sa iya kadula or sa playground di kasabot ang mga american.Bisan ang utot kay Hotot ang pagkapronounce moingon nga Daddy made Hutot.Back to topic  human siya nako gi explainan about why ang baje way penis karon nagsamot kadaghan iya question ingon dayon nga do the chicken have hoten,what about the dog patay kabuang ko ug tinubag.

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2009, 04:05:40 AM »
bwahahhaha!

huy ako lagi na stress ninyo!

na stress jud ko kay ako mismo nagka puliki unsaon if ako ang hingtungdan!

hahahha

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2009, 07:34:11 AM »
wa pa jud koy ikatampo ani...

ako lang mahinumduman sa una akong pag-umangkon, kung pangutan-on "unsay problema ni papa, dong?" iyang walang tudlo idokdok sa iyang toong palad...lol

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2009, 10:03:50 AM »
My four years old girl was so excited the other day kay didto mi OB nako for regular visit unya nag sonogram sad gitan aw ang development sa akong baby.Sa balay pa excited na kaayo akong anak ingon Momma we gonna go the doctor now and cut you up and get the baby out.Na disappoint kaayo siya pag uli namo wala kono gi cut akong tummy sa doctor so nangutana siya how do we get out from your tummy.Akong gi ingnan sa tinuod hehehhe perti nakaingon intawon ako girl nga OH that gross.



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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2009, 10:38:52 AM »
There was a guy sunbathing in the nude. He saw a
> little girl coming toward him, so he covered
> himself with the newspaper he was reading. The
> girl came up to him and asked, "What do you have
> under the newspaper?" Thinking quickly, the guy
> replied, "A bird." The girl walked away,and the guy
> fell asleep. When he woke up, he was in a
> hospital in tremendous pain. The police asked him
> what happened. The guy says, "I don't know. I
> was lying on the beach,this little girl asked me >a
> question, I guess I dozed off, and the next thing I
> know is, I'm here." The police went to the beach,
> found the girl, and asked her, What did you do to
> that naked fellow?" After a pause, the girl
> replied, "To him? Nothing. I was playing with his
> bird and it spat on me, so I broke its neck,
> cracked its eggs, and set its nest on fire!"
>
> Moral of the story .......................never lie
> to kids.

forwarded guihapon...

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #8 on: March 27, 2009, 10:48:45 AM »
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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #9 on: March 27, 2009, 11:33:54 AM »
Moral of the story: make sure you lock the door before you do it, whatever the time of day.

When my son Paolo was seven, he told me that one early morning before sunlight, he woke up to go to the toilet but was afraid of the dark. So as he usually did, he sneaked to our room to wake me up and ask me to accompany him.

He said as he was about to enter the room, he suddenly froze. Then he moved backwards and decided to go to the toilet by himself. Later that week, he asked me out of the blue in Japanese, "Daddy, what were you doing on top of Mommy?"

Flustered, I answered with a red face, "Moms and dads sometimes do labing-labing."

He nodded his head as though he was completely satisfied with the answer. I thought that would be the end of the story.

A year later when he turned 8, while I was tending to Baby Sarah as we were watching TV, he suddenly confronted me, "Now I know! You were making Sarah then."

Bantay jud mo kay kujaw ang learning curve sa bata.




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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #10 on: March 28, 2009, 11:37:55 PM »
There was a guy sunbathing in the nude. He saw a
> little girl coming toward him, so he covered
> himself with the newspaper he was reading. The
> girl came up to him and asked, "What do you have
> under the newspaper?" Thinking quickly, the guy
> replied, "A bird." The girl walked away,and the guy
> fell asleep. When he woke up, he was in a
> hospital in tremendous pain. The police asked him
> what happened. The guy says, "I don't know. I
> was lying on the beach,this little girl asked me >a
> question, I guess I dozed off, and the next thing I
> know is, I'm here." The police went to the beach,
> found the girl, and asked her, What did you do to
> that naked fellow?" After a pause, the girl
> replied, "To him? Nothing. I was playing with his
> bird and it spat on me, so I broke its neck,
> cracked its eggs, and set its nest on fire!"
>
> Moral of the story .......................never lie
> to kids.

forwarded guihapon...


Nope! never lie to kids! hahahhahhaha

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #11 on: March 28, 2009, 11:38:59 PM »
Moral of the story: make sure you lock the door before you do it, whatever the time of day.

When my son Paolo was seven, he told me that one early morning before sunlight, he woke up to go to the toilet but was afraid of the dark. So as he usually did, he sneaked to our room to wake me up and ask me to accompany him.

He said as he was about to enter the room, he suddenly froze. Then he moved backwards and decided to go to the toilet by himself. Later that week, he asked me out of the blue in Japanese, "Daddy, what were you doing on top of Mommy?"

Flustered, I answered with a red face, "Moms and dads sometimes do labing-labing."

He nodded his head as though he was completely satisfied with the answer. I thought that would be the end of the story.

A year later when he turned 8, while I was tending to Baby Sarah as we were watching TV, he suddenly confronted me, "Now I know! You were making Sarah then."

Bantay jud mo kay kujaw ang learning curve sa bata.





hahahhahhaa!

i think most parents experienced anang masakspan sa mga anak!

kay naka experienced na jud ko ana! pastilan maajo gani kay gamatitoy pa to akong anak adto!

ka way batasan sa panahon oi!

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #12 on: March 29, 2009, 09:16:49 AM »
HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAH

arang katawa nako hasta akong bana niapil ug basa ug gusto pa niya nga  i paprint kay iyang dad-on sa trabahuan ug ipabsa didto heheheh.




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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #13 on: March 29, 2009, 10:46:42 AM »
Moral of the story: make sure you lock the door before you do it, whatever the time of day.

When my son Paolo was seven, he told me that one early morning before sunlight, he woke up to go to the toilet but was afraid of the dark. So as he usually did, he sneaked to our room to wake me up and ask me to accompany him.

He said as he was about to enter the room, he suddenly froze. Then he moved backwards and decided to go to the toilet by himself. Later that week, he asked me out of the blue in Japanese, "Daddy, what were you doing on top of Mommy?"

Flustered, I answered with a red face, "Moms and dads sometimes do labing-labing."

He nodded his head as though he was completely satisfied with the answer. I thought that would be the end of the story.

A year later when he turned 8, while I was tending to Baby Sarah as we were watching TV, he suddenly confronted me, "Now I know! You were making Sarah then."

Bantay jud mo kay kujaw ang learning curve sa bata.


bright nga bata..


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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #14 on: March 29, 2009, 11:12:29 AM »
bright nga bata..


hehehe this remind me of my son's questioned when he was a little boy i was then pregnant with my baby girl, we were watching a tv series one day, out of the blue my son asked to his dad " dad how the baby form into mum's tummy? Ohhm,,,, nagtan-away lang ming duha nag giggles, then hubby said to him (son; you will learn it when you grow older)

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #15 on: March 29, 2009, 11:23:21 AM »
hehehe this remind me of my son's questioned when he was a little boy i was then pregnant with my baby girl, we were watching a tv series one day, out of the blue my son asked to his dad " dad how the baby form into mum's tummy? Ohhm,,,, nagtan-away lang ming duha nag giggles, then hubby said to him (son; you will learn it when you grow older)

na^ tudlo-i na lang daan basin maparehas ani nga istorya nga giforward sa akong miga...



Little Johnny was 7 years old, and like other boys his age, rather curious. He had been hearing quite a bit about courting from other boys and he wondered what it was and how it was done.  One day he took his question to his mother, and she became flustered.  Instead of explaining things to Johnny she told him to hide behind the curtains one night and watch his older sister and her boyfriend.  This he did, and the following morning Johnny described everything to his mother.

Sis and her boyfriend sat and talked for awhile, then he turned off most of the lights.  Then he stated to kiss and hug her.  I figured sis must be getting sick because her face started looking funny.  He must have thought so too because he put his hand inside her blouse to feel her heart, just like the doctor would - except he’s not as good as the doctor because he seemed to have trouble finding her heart.  He was getting sick too, because pretty soon both of them started panting and getting all out of breath.  His other hand must have been getting cold because he put it under her skirt.  About this time sis got toward the end of the couch.  This was when the fever started.  I know it was a fever because sis told him she was really HOT.  Finally, I found out what was making them so sick…. a big eel had gotten inside his pants somehow.  It just jumps out of his pants and stood there about 9 inches long.  HONEST! anyway, he grabbed it in one hand to keep it from getting away.  When sis saw it she got really scared.  Her eyes big and her mouth fell open, and she started calling out to God and stuff like that.  I should tell her the ones I saw in the lake!  Anyway, sis got brave and tried to kill the eel by biting its head off.  All of a sudden, she made a noise and let the eel go.  I guess it bit her back. Then she grabbed it with both hands and held it tight while he took a muzzle out of his pocket and slipped it over the eel’s head to keep it from biting again.  Sis lay back and spread her legs so she could get a scissor lock on it.  And he helps by laying on top of the eel.  The eel put up a hell of a fight.  Sis started groaning and squealing and her boyfriend almost upset the couch.  I guess they wanted to kill the eel by squeezing it between them.  After a while they quit moving and gave a great sigh.  Her boyfriend sat up and sure enough they had killed the eel… I know it was dead because it just hung there limp and some of its inside are hanging out.  Sis and her boyfriend are a little tired from the battle, but they went on courting anyway.  He started hugging and kissing her again.  And by golly the eel wasn’t dead after all.  It jumped straight up and started to fight again.  I guess eels are like cats…they have nine lives or something.  This time sis jumped up and tried to kill the eel by sitting on it.  After about 35 minutes of struggle,  they finally killed the eel.  I know it was dead this time because I saw sis’s boyfriend peel off the skin and flush it down the toilet.

Mother fainted.




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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #16 on: March 29, 2009, 11:23:27 AM »
hehehe this remind me of my son's questioned when he was a little boy i was then pregnant with my baby girl, we were watching a tv series one day, out of the blue my son asked to his dad " dad how the baby form into mum's tummy? Ohhm,,,, nagtan-away lang ming duha nag giggles, then hubby said to him (son; you will learn it when you grow older)

hahahaha. sa akoy bata pa, unsa kaha poy akong mga pangutana nila...wa man pod mo-storya akong ginikanan oy...hilumon na man tingali ko sa una pa, hangtud karon...

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #17 on: March 29, 2009, 11:27:43 AM »
na^ tudlo-i na lang daan basin maparehas ani nga istorya nga giforward sa akong miga...



Little Johnny was 7 years old, and like other boys his age, rather curious. He had been hearing quite a bit about courting from other boys and he wondered what it was and how it was done.  One day he took his question to his mother, and she became flustered.  Instead of explaining things to Johnny she told him to hide behind the curtains one night and watch his older sister and her boyfriend.  This he did, and the following morning Johnny described everything to his mother.

Sis and her boyfriend sat and talked for awhile, then he turned off most of the lights.  Then he stated to kiss and hug her.  I figured sis must be getting sick because her face started looking funny.  He must have thought so too because he put his hand inside her blouse to feel her heart, just like the doctor would - except he’s not as good as the doctor because he seemed to have trouble finding her heart.  He was getting sick too, because pretty soon both of them started panting and getting all out of breath.  His other hand must have been getting cold because he put it under her skirt.  About this time sis got toward the end of the couch.  This was when the fever started.  I know it was a fever because sis told him she was really HOT.  Finally, I found out what was making them so sick…. a big eel had gotten inside his pants somehow.  It just jumps out of his pants and stood there about 9 inches long.  HONEST! anyway, he grabbed it in one hand to keep it from getting away.  When sis saw it she got really scared.  Her eyes big and her mouth fell open, and she started calling out to God and stuff like that.  I should tell her the ones I saw in the lake!  Anyway, sis got brave and tried to kill the eel by biting its head off.  All of a sudden, she made a noise and let the eel go.  I guess it bit her back. Then she grabbed it with both hands and held it tight while he took a muzzle out of his pocket and slipped it over the eel’s head to keep it from biting again.  Sis lay back and spread her legs so she could get a scissor lock on it.  And he helps by laying on top of the eel.  The eel put up a hell of a fight.  Sis started groaning and squealing and her boyfriend almost upset the couch.  I guess they wanted to kill the eel by squeezing it between them.  After a while they quit moving and gave a great sigh.  Her boyfriend sat up and sure enough they had killed the eel… I know it was dead because it just hung there limp and some of its inside are hanging out.  Sis and her boyfriend are a little tired from the battle, but they went on courting anyway.  He started hugging and kissing her again.  And by golly the eel wasn’t dead after all.  It jumped straight up and started to fight again.  I guess eels are like cats…they have nine lives or something.  This time sis jumped up and tried to kill the eel by sitting on it.  After about 35 minutes of struggle,  they finally killed the eel.  I know it was dead this time because I saw sis’s boyfriend peel off the skin and flush it down the toilet.

Mother fainted.




kaw to si little johnny, wind? hahahah maldito ka

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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
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Re: Giunsa Ninyo'g Tubag ang Pangutana sa Bata?
« Reply #19 on: March 29, 2009, 01:40:56 PM »
Hi wind,

Mabutang baya sa watchlist sa Interpol ang TB ani for child porn. Grabe pud ng nanaya uy, nangutana lang ang bata pilay 1 + 1, gitudluan nag square root. Nangutana lang ang bata unsay pagpangulitawo, gitudluan na unsay paghimog tawo.

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