I don't know if the link below will work or not...I'm sure there is a better way to put a video on here but I have no clue how to do it. So this may or may not be for your viewing pleasure.
Anyway....let me explain before you click on that there video number 14.
You know how kids think that the word "butt" in any form, usage, or context is simply hilarious?
Well whenever I would hear my kids say it, I would immediately respond with "We don't say butt...we say bottom."
"Hey Mama...what's for dinner?" Me: "Chicken." Them: "I love chicken...especially chicken BUTT!" And then hilarious laughter (from them, not me) follows. So with a straight face I would say, "I'll be glad to save the chicken bottom for you because we don't say butt....we say bottom."
So Stuart, the three-year-old, a couple-a-dozen times or so a day would say (just to say the word "butt")...."We don't say butt, do we Mama? Noooo.....we say bottom."
But the funny thing was, he would talk in this weird, British/French/Euro sounding voice when he would say it. So I couldn't help but laugh. Which doesn't make me a very effective leader.
I almost got it on video one day, as you may or may not see here.