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Only you would "get it"...

Discussion in 'Parents Off Topic' started by timnshann, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. timnshann

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    We were in Toys r' us yesterday and Jaida (NON-D 6 year old) saw a pink t.v....
    She asks "Can we get a new t.v? Ours occluded".

    Wow the diabetes dialogue has turned into its own little language at our house I guess. She is right...their tiny little kid tv "broke":D

    I was laughing the whole way home but I realized no one would really get it except you guys:rolleyes:
     
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  2. Sarah Maddie's Mom

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    So funny! I'm sure it's a first ;)
     
  3. denise3099

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    lol. It is a different language that somehow gets pepered into you own native tongue.

    You know how the mm cgm says "Meter BG Now" when it's time to calibrate? Well, dd (and dh :rolleyes: ) use the "meter" as a verb. Like, "It says to meter bg," or, "we have to meter bg now." Like they think the pump is asking you to meter the bg, or something. I tried explaing that the pump is asking for a meter blood glucose, now, but they still want to "meter" it. :p
     
  4. StillMamamia

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    That's funny.
     
  5. bgallini

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    That is hilarious!!!:D
     
  6. Traci

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    That's hilarious! Love it!
     

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