Below are a few examples of my son's, shall we say, inarticulate sentences:
Cody said, "We can do double A after TURN."
What he really meant was... I want to listen to my iPod when I get home from TURN (his day program).
Get it? Double A = AA = AA batteries and iPods need to be charged! (If I was on Jeopardy and there was a category for
Cody said, "That was the slowest girl I've ever heard."
What he meant was... That girl talked really slow.
Cody said, "I see what I was thinkin'. Do people see what they think?"
What he really meant...Oh! I get it.
Cody said, "I wish I could, but I don't have any money."
What he's trying to say, in a polite way is... NO! Now shut up about it and leave me alone.
and, my personal favorite ( He honestly said this. I can't make this stuff up.)...
"You smell like a bird dad. The kind you step on."
What he meant...You smell like bird sh#t dad."