Misunderstandings as a child...

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Dave 123, 11 Nov 2018.

  1. swee'pea99

    swee'pea99 Legendary Member

    Reminds me of when I referred to our dog as the hound, only to be indignantly corrected by my six year old daughter: "She's not a hound - she's a mutt."
  2. MichaelW2

    MichaelW2 Veteran

    Some enterprising crooks set up an account in the name of Finland Revenue and paid in all the cheques.
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  3. Old jon

    Old jon Veteran

    One of George Gissings' books had a lass called Pennyloaf as a bit of a star.
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  4. guitarpete247

    guitarpete247 Just about surviving

    A mate and me were massive "Man from Uncle" fans. He had a speech problem so their enemy were from Frush. He had a "Showed Roaster" for his gun. I drew a picture of a "Nancy Tank".

    The youngest granddaughter told us that daddy has just bought a flat car. He has a Tipo.
  5. Chris S

    Chris S Veteran

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  6. Threevok

    Threevok Four Sprung Pork Technik

    South Wales
    I used to think you got malaria from Spanish fly
  7. Donger

    Donger Convoi Exceptionnel

    Quedgeley, Glos.
    Many years before I eventually got a degree in geography, I used to think the North pole was in Poland. On cold days my parents could never understand why I kept asking whether it was as cold as Poland.
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  8. Rezillo

    Rezillo TwoSheds

    I loved merrangs as a child but when I read in books about people eating merringoos, I had no idea what they were.
  9. youngoldbloke

    youngoldbloke The older I get, the faster I used to be ...

    I could never understand how in school assembly, having chanted 'our father Whitchart, in heaven' was followed by 'Hallowed be thy name'. What was his name, Witchart or Hallowed? Or Harold?
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  10. JtB

    JtB Executive Rooster

    North Hampshire
    Reading today’s jokes thread reminded me of a misunderstanding I had as a child when one day I excitedly turned on the television to watch Monty Pythons Flying Circus thinking I was going to watch a real Circus. I’ve never really thought about it until now, but maybe that disappointment as child is the reason why until this day I still can’t stand Monty Python.
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