Riding in Cars with Boys – Part Sixteen

I know we just had one, but I’ve got another Riding in Cars with Boys for you, because it cracked me up and I had to share.

Justin: My x-box live account finally gets unbanned today. Gonna play me some COD (Call of Duty for the uninitiated).

Me: Wait…you got banned on x-box live? What’d you do?

Justin: Hell if I know. I just got a notice that I was banned for a week.

Killian: Did you say “fuck” a few too many times?

Justin: Probably.

Not-Kevin: But don’t you play mostly rated M games? I can’t imagine that there are a lot of not-fuck-sayers on there where that would be a problem.

Me: (LOLing) Not-fuck-sayers? That’s my new favorite phrase. Well done.

Killian: (in a snooty British accent) Are you a fuck-sayer or a not-fuck-sayer?

Justin: (responding in an equally snooty accent) I, good sir, am indeed a fuck-sayer.

Killian: I too, am a fuck-sayer. (long pause) Except at Nana’s. She doesn’t go for fuck-sayers or even shit-sayers.

I’m glad the child knows enough not to swear in front of my Step-mom.

Author: Bronwyn

There's not a lot to tell - I'm married a wonderful guy and we have two fantastic, kids. I write erotic romance and try to avoid housework and cooking at all costs.

17 thoughts on “Riding in Cars with Boys – Part Sixteen”

  1. lol! I am totally a fuck-sayer. And I am moving in my mother who would totally be a the one banning people for saying fuck. 😦

    oh lawd!

    And I now have my Georgia accent back, full force. haha!

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  2. LOL! You make me laugh. My kids are the same way. I love the conversations I have with them. It is amazing what you can learn from you children if you just talk and LISTEN to them.

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  3. When I become a fuck-sayer at work, my coworkers get nervous, because it means that things are very, very bad… I swear a lot more away from work. 🙂

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  4. Awe… the infamous fuck-sayers. Yes, we are a fuck-sayer family. It seems to be more acceptable than ever so what the hey. As for x-box. You gotta love microsoft. They won't ever tell you why you got banned… thus you can't argue it. And it can be for something you have on your profile, so perhaps it wasn't for his fuck-saying ness.

    Hey… why didn't we get those T-shirts… I so regret that now.

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  5. I must admit I'm a fuck-sayer as well…usually in traffic.

    My dad was a fuck-sayer and my mom was a big everything-sayer, but I'm still not sure I'd have had the guts to come out as a fuck-sayer in front of her as a teenager.

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  6. (putting on my granny persona) oh, how times have changed. I was reprimanded for using “darn.” Of course, that's was in the horse and buggy days. I'm so glad these boys are so open and honest. These posts are the f*#%ing best!

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  7. That is HI-LARIOUS! I have a 9 year old daughter, and while (thankfully) she hasn't sworn yet (crap doesn't count, right??). She said “G-D it” once when she was around 4. Her late Grammie's influence mind you.. It was all I could do not to laugh because she used it in the correct context when she couldn't tie her shoe.

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