rm_need4fun2469 47M
879 posts
6/14/2006 11:22 pm

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6/19/2006 5:33 pm


As I was driving through Texas on my way to California, we passed a couple of horses standing next to the road on a ranch.

My daughter blots out " that horse has a big wee-wee". All I could do was sit there speechless. Not knowing how to respond. I played it off saying " I didn't see anything".

After a few minutes, a couple of thoughts passed through my head. 'things are bigger in Texas' and 'hung like a horse'.

Have any of you been in the same situation where a child has said something that sat you back and struggled to find a way to respond to them?

OcelotScratch 48M
286 posts
6/15/2006 12:01 am

Hell, I've had adults say something to me where I sat back and struggled to find a way to respond to them. Part of the cost of having unusual sexual beliefs, I guess. If you have an open marriage, try answering the straightlaced friend who, in all earnestness and out of a desire to help you, asks, "She hasn't cheated on you, has she?"

I can't imagine trying to explain anything to a child.

rm_1SweetBitch 55F
8575 posts
6/15/2006 10:19 am

lol...omg...I think my jaw would have dropped and I would be studdering something. My son is 23 and I don't ever remember any shocking questions.

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MWWwantsmore 51F

6/19/2006 4:34 pm

LOL That has happened to me many times as my kids got older. The funniest was when my son, when he was about 3 or 4 said "Hey Dad, look at the babe with the big boobs" We were all in the grocery store. To say the least I was embarrassed!

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