Round and ‘Lound’


Earlier this week, I was watching a movie, when a commercial for Oreo biscuits played. Watching it made me remember a funny incident that happened with my little nephew, as told to me by my sister.

My sister was busy working, when my nephew went up to her and said, “Ma, I want ‘lound’ biscuits (his ‘r’ comes out as an ‘l’ when he speaks):).

My sister replied, “Sure baby, I will get you Oreo biscuits.”

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My nephew said, “Ma, I don’t want Oleo, I wantΒ  ‘lound’ biscuits.”

My sister explained that Oreos were also round in shape, but my nephew insisted.

Finally my sister separated the two sides of the Oreo biscuits and gave them to him.

My nephew said, “I want four biscuits.”

My sister gave him four pieces, a little puzzled by his request, and then went back to work. My nephew went back to his toy cars and vehicles, making vrooming (vlooming…..) sounds.

A couple of days later, when my sister was putting away toys in my nephew’s play room, she found a toy bus, whose wheels had fallen away.Β  My nephew had placed the four Oreo biscuits in place of the wheels of the bus…!

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16 Responses to Round and ‘Lound’

  1. ladysighs says:

    That’s funny. πŸ™‚ Kids are great.

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  2. Oh goodness, it’s all cute and inventive until the pests start to come!

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  3. makes perfect sense to me. πŸ˜‰

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  4. inavukic says:

    Not much beats the Oreo biscuit πŸ˜€

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  5. Kids are the best at sussing our solutions! Well done wishes to the nephew! πŸ™‚

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  6. Your nephew is really intelligent and creative. Very few kids are innovative enough to replace wheels with biscuits.

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  7. Aadhirai says:

    Very creative kid.. πŸ™‚

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  8. dilip says:

    Wow what ingenuity? πŸ‘πŸΌChildren are born with creativity – but it’s grown-ups who stifle them with their fixed ideas.πŸ˜€

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