“I don’t give a dandelion.”

Over the years, my children have created a number of, how shall I put it, imaginative phrases. “Holy shish kabob” and “A pain in the asphalt” come to mind.

Tonight, Gamer invented another one: “Son of an obituary.”

P.S. Ikuni has said that if she ever does have children, the only reason she would limit their swearing when young would be to encourage their linguistic creativity.

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