Turn of phrase

By Anonymous - 07/03/2015 16:59 - Australia - Boya

Today, my son was at a birthday party. After eating a plate of cake, he loudly asked the birthday boy's mum if he could have sloppy seconds. I don't know where he heard that phrase, but the other kids' parents shot me very dirty looks. FML
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Has he watched the parent trap? I'm almost 100% sure that phrase is in there during the sloppy joe scene

This kids starting early.

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 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° ) mmmmm

He just wants to eat someone else's piece because there was none left

I think it's pretty obvious that he wasn't asking for the true meaning of "sloppy seconds"...

Has he watched the parent trap? I'm almost 100% sure that phrase is in there during the sloppy joe scene

well, did he get the sloppy seconds?

maybe it was a very moist cake?

Better than a fuzzy pie.

Im sorry,But this was very funny....

Everybody wants them sloppy seconds at some point... maybe

Uh, no thanks, I'll pass.

I think you're using the word everybody very loosely here....

I'm thinking your husband or EX needs to explain...

Or know if the kid hears it at school, can't always assume the husband is teaching the kid that. And quit with the "ex" that example has been used too much.

I don't think explaining what it is will help...

I never said the dad was teaching him. I'm saying he may have overheard him talking..

I dont believe you #8! you little silly willy

what has the ex got to do with it?

I'm assuming the ex is in case they divorced.. It's a pretty common thing..

Nothing in the FML states anything about the mother's relationship status. Quit assuming things.

Cake can be sloppy...

You down with OPP? *Other People's Piece (of cake)

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