They can also say words like "shit" and "damn it", in contextually appropriate ways. "I'm pretty sure he's saying 'share', babe." "No, he's not. Stop swearing in front of the kid."
Also fun? Grabbing used toilet paper out of the potty and sucking the wah-dah out.
Oh yeah, that happened.
Speaking of the potty, we bought Kiwi one. He spits in it and then says, "yuck". To my knowledge, he's only ever seen people use the potty appropriately and he's certainly in bed when I'm doing my nightly ritual of washing my face, brushing my teeth and puking up the bottle of Jack and bag of
Maybe it's the same instinct that drives him to take his diaper off and pee all over the kitchen floor then stomp in it like a puddle. Or figure out how to take his shorts off, stick his hand down his pants and then lick his fingers.
I seriously don't even want to know what they taste like but I can guarantee it's not the "mmmmmm, good" he claims.
Kids are funny like that, aren't they? Like when you go to Hooters and your almost two year old points and screams "NEE NEE" at every pair of tits he sees, or when you're at the grocery store and you let a little fart squeak out and he yells, "Momma toot!"