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An Example of the Brown Family’s Riveting Conversations

Son:  “Daddy, I got a joke for you.”

Me:  “Okay tell me.”

Son:  “ What’s invisible and smells like bananas?”

Me:  “I don’t know…what?”

Son:  “A monkey fart.”

Me:  “That’s funny.  So do your farts smell like chicken nuggets?”

Son:  “No because I don’t just eat chicken nuggets.”

Me:  “Oh is that how it works?”

Son:  “Yeah.  I eat a lot of different stuff so my farts smell like poop because it all gets mixed together.”


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