You say tomato, we say…

suck balls

Linguistics sucks. It’s a hard subject to get a grasp on, there are so many rules to follow and double meanings and proper use and slang, even some adults have a hard time, but listening to kids try to master the topic is pure entertainment!

While my five year-old was eating his lunch, which consisted of a grilled cheese sandwich and a side of cherry tomatoes, I was picking up the kitchen. Just as excited as could be I heard Azul proclaim, “Look what I invented — Suck Balls!”

WHAT?! was my immediate thought, well a lot of things went through my head at that moment, so I looked up to see what he was talking about.

“See,” he said holding up a cherry tomato with a small bite off the top. He proceeded to put the tomato against his puckered lips and suck the juice out while squeezing it, then he popped the whole thing in his mouth and ate it.

Once he was done with this display of his new invention he said, “You suck all the juice out and then eat it. Suck Balls!”

“Try it,” he said handing me a tomato. And on his insistence I tried it and it was good, and fun! We finished the Suck Balls together.

3 responses

  1. Ahhhh, just like college! Hahahaha! 🙂

    1. Oh, he’s ready! Lol!

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