It all started with the word "flip-flop". Who knew? Her first encounter with a flip-flop, dug from underneath my bed, she belly-laughed for a half hour. It's a funny word, I agree! Instead of "night night!" she says "flip flop!".
She's rather like me in the sense that she digs certain words. It's only a matter of time before she learns the phonetically disgusting ones - the words that make you die a little every time you hear them. Like cutaneous. Or caress. Or moist. Or lugubrious. *shudder*
More recently, she's cackled about the word, "awful", which obligated me to chant the phrase from Salute Your Shorts, a show I grew up on: Awful Waffle! Awful Waffle!
Last night, when I was changing her, I told her, "We've got to put your pants on before you play! You can't just be pantsless!"
Pantsless. It's the greatest word. Right now.
memes! I don't care if it has to do with Penguin Pirates' waddling onomatopoeia - I'm a very proud Mama indeed. I may have to block my beloved, wicked 4chan soon!)