Illinois Parents Reveal Hilarious Most Often Used Phrases in Their Homes
You can tell a lot about a family by their most often-used phrases when talking to each other. Our first discovery is how hilarious some Illinois families are.
What is the most often-used phrase in your home?
From 'Disney-like' families to people who could be related to Samuel L. Jackson, these answers had us rolling on the floor.
You'll hear your own parents' voices when you see some of these phrases. I hope it brings back some good memories of your childhood.
Some of these most-used phrases come from the mouths of our children too, not just the parents,
Like this first one.
There's a good chance you've heard this first one said by one of your older kids to their younger sibling(s). Pretty sure a mom trying to get some alone time has shouted this one from the other side of the closed door.
I hear this next one out of my wife's mouth A LOT... to all of us.
You know that whatever happened before this next one was said was not one of the day's highlights.
When your child says "that's not fair", is this next phrase the new "life isn't fair" reply?
When one of your kids wants to get in on the disciplining of their sibling, you turn and say,
The 'F' word can be inserted in this next phrase if whatever got broken or destroyed was of significant value.
After the next one, we need a collective sigh of understanding from anyone who has been the parent of a toddler.
The most used rhetorical question is next up.
Here comes my wife's signature phrase when the injury doesn't come anywhere close to warranting the overly-dramatic scene that is unfolding in front of her.
Ask...., tell...., show...., go get....,you're going to need....,
The statement that proceeds this next phrase, "I didn't know I couldn't do that."
Here comes another VERY adaptable phrase depending on your audience.
Sibling wars probably start because of this next phrase
"Nope, just trying to get some alone time with my phone" would be the answer from most of us if we were being honest.
I want to know who 'The Wife' is talking to in this next one.
Tone makes this one-word phrase so magical.
Yes, they are your people, but they can do some pretty dumb stuff. Which likely happened right before these next words came out of your mouth.
This is the newest phrase in the bunch but it has a long shelf life.