Whitey Tighteys!

So, it has finally started to happen.  Ace has been slowly starting to talk.  First it was a few simple words like “Hi” and “Bye”.  Then, he learned some animals: dog, cat, cow, sheep, bird.

But, tonight we were watching my favorite educational television show…Cops.  They sure do find America’s finest to show.  Other countries watching Cops probably think we are a bunch of toothless, wife beater wearing crack heads.  But that is OK…it is good entertainment…for adults.

So anyways, they show this old man who was fighting with his wife.  His wife called the cops and when the cops arrived the man was just wearing his underwear…whitey tighteys.

They call them whitey tighteys for a reason…they are supposed to be kinda tight.  But this guy had them a size too big and about ready to fall off.

It was funny, and Ace’s Uncle Mike (also known as Munch in Ace lingo) shouted out in laughter…”Whitey Tighteys!”

And here comes Ace marching through the room clapping and chanting…””Whitey Tighteys! “Whitey Tighteys!”  😀  It was hilarious!

I’m sure it is just a start to what Uncle Munch is going to teach Ace…and I have it coming.  Still to this day  Uncle Munch’s daughter, Olivia still broadcasts to the world (public places included) that she farted.  😀

Where on Earth would she learn to do something like that? 😀


  1. orlund says:

    Ha, that’s funny. My daughter just learned how to take off her diaper so now she goes to bed with pajamas that don’t come off!

  2. DaddyKV says:

    I have been careful not to upset any of my friends for fear of similar retaliation once BabyKV gets older.

  3. VegasDad says:

    Be grateful. My mother in law has my son calling them panties.

  4. Bernard says:

    Lucky he doesn’t run around saying things like, “Shut up BEEP” and “BEEP off”… 🙂

  5. Momo Fali says:

    That is hilarious! Just wait until Ace says it in public!

  6. That’s really funny! It’s amazing what kids pick up on to say. Not embarassing, but I think funny none the less – we were out walking recently and my niece couldn’t remember the name for an umbrella, so she called it a rain kite. So now, whenever it starts to rain, we have to fly our rain kites in the sky.

  7. Ha- that rhyming sound must have been almost irresistible for little Ace to sound out! I think Uncle Munch is pretty much the funniest part though- what a cute kid 🙂

  8. tanya25m says:

    Hilarious!! My 4-year-old is just out-growing that stage… Enjoy it while it lasts! 🙂