Jul 14, 2009

CD-PUTTER

Kavin's vocabulary is improving day-by-day. But he is also adding his own words into it. I mean it's OK till he used to be a toddler, but now it sounds really irritating sometimes...sometimes funny too.

Last week, Aruna had come to our home, and these two people were reading newspaper (?)---- Kavin's intention of opening a newspaper is to find a sheet from BIG-BAZAAR which says--"We'll help you spend less." and Kavin likes it because it has pictures of his favourite things- Lizol, Domex, Chocolates, biscuits etc...

So while opening the newspaper, he came across the headline which said--"TERRORISM IS PAK BABY-ZARDARI." And Kavin interpreted this news item as--"Aththai, terrorist Uncle ne ek baby ko maar diya, uss baby kaa naam thha Zardaari. Woh Uncle ne bomb daal ke maara hoga. He's a bad BOMB-PUTTER Uncle."

And yesterday we got our new desktop installed, so Kavin was all excited about using it. I told him he can play only internet games in the new PC (nicksplat) and he can play CD games in the old PC which we will install in his room. He asked me-"Why Amaa? Doesn't this new computer has a CD-PUTTER?"

6 comments:

Meira said...

haha. Some words become signature tags...like 'malaanapodi' and 'kapich'.
Seriously....even our household sometimes uses these two words!

Varsha Shrote said...

Yeah right! And guess what our signature sentence is---PATAA NAHI ;-)

Nidhi said...

I agree....hamare ghar mein abhi bhi
baby-talk hota hai! Spoon ko Chpoon aur two-wheeler ko phatphati bolte hain :-P

Aruna said...

I really laughed too much on reading ur blog...especially "Bomb Putter"...Kavin's really a smart guy in the making.
Well...I dont remember any baby talk of mine..heard from mom that we all started speaking clearly, pronounced words rightly from begining...I thought, too much for a 1 year kid

Varsha Shrote said...

Maybe you siblings were so flawless in speaking at such an early stage because of the fact that most of your ancestors had been teachers :-P

pooja said...

HaHaHa....CD-Putter.Very cute.
I remember sayin "Ammi" for Mummy and tellin LA for RA.