So ... here are a few more things Biscuit has said recently.
No respect: I said something last week that I thought was quite funny.
"I KILL me!" I said to Griffin and Jeff, waiting for a reaction, but not getting one. "Did you hear me, Griffin? Do I kill you, too?"
And in the most serious voice ever, Biscuit said, "Yeah, it bursted me out with laughter."
I don't know if he can define sarcasm, but he certainly knows how to use it!
Icky stuff: "Mom, you know when you get up in the morning and sometimes you have that stuff in your eyes?" Biscuit asked.
"Yeah, what about it?" I asked.
"I think it looks like mashed potatoes," Biscuit said.
Yep. Icky stuff!
Checking out the veggies: We were in the produce department of the grocery store this evening, and Biscuit was asking questions about the things he didn't recognize.
I picked up a zucchini and put it in the buggy.
"Mom, is that a cucumber?" Biscuit asked.
"No, this is a zucchini," I said. "The cucumbers are over there." And I pointed to them.
"Well, what are those things under-beneath the cucumbers?" Biscuit asked.
I wanted to make sure I heard him right. "What did you say?" I asked.
"I wanted to know what those things under-beneath the cucumbers are," Biscuit said.
He was pointing to those big, long English cucumbers.
I explained about the different kinds of cucumbers, but secretly, I was just trying to get him to say "under-beneath" again.