If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
I just said it without laughing. I pronounced it in a deeper voice than I usually speak in, and emphasized the "t". I think that helped.
Try it again later, Bubs, and let me know the results.
I can't say sphincter without laughing. You know, in regular, everyday conversation when you're talking about your sphincter...
thanks for not posting a picture of doody
Nope, can't be done with an American accent. Impossible. If I still had my British accent though, I could do it, "dyoo-tee"But the American way is far more fun. :-P
I simply cannot read your blog without laughing, well done Chris!
Makes me laugh every time!
One other thing: I've been craving a Toffifay ever since you made fun of them and you know what? Can't find one. Thanks.
Yep, that one's a knee slapper!- Jennifer
What's so funny about "Do tie"?
That’s it, from now on when I need to drop a deuce I’m gonna’ say:“pardon me, I must be excused, for duty calls”
It's great when you get all 3 of your little ones laughing at it. Well great for everyone but mommy.
Even better..duty calls. hee hee
We can grow old but we don't have to grow up!
Good morning! It's my DUTY to tell you I was a name dropping fool in my 100-4-100 post, and I mentioned you. (Yes, it's a clever little way to pimp my blog today!) Come on over.
Hahahhahaaa, this is hilarious because Mr Belle and I always laugh whenever Americans say this on TV. We're like Beavis & Butthead - "heh heh doody heh heh"(Being from Australia, we pronounce it as Cora in her British days - dyoo-tee.)
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