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Secret Family Language
When my youngest boy was very small he and his brother were always scrapping. One day he ran in to tell me most indignantly that Tony had hit him. 'Right in the Tescos.' Since then our family name for a certain part of the male anatomy has always been - yes - that well known supermarket.

Do you have any special family words or sayings that perhaps only you or immediate family members are able to understand?
For instance, the T.V, remote in our household is always called 'The Fat Controller.'
When we go to work in the allotment, it's always, "I'm off down the Lotty.'
Your Christmas homework is to spill the beans on your secret family language and if possible tell us how it came to be invented.

You have until Friday 5th January, 2018, so no excuses this time.

Posted at 5th Dec 2017 - 04:18PM   Posted by Lampworkbeader   Your Christmas Homework has been set Comments: 1

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Faith's Avatar My grandson and grand-daughter always say 'right in the peanuts!' - they picked this up at school.

Posted by: Faith on 5th Dec 2017 at 10:10PM

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