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Ken’s pants

pants

Had to share a fabulous example of twisted kid’s language given to me by my lovely friend Amanda…

Her sister’s family used to holiday down in Cornwall, and the long car journey was punctuated by her niece Molly proclaiming, “We’re going to Ken’s pants! We’re going to Ken’s pants!”

I’m never going to think of Penzance the same way again…

Thanks, Molly.

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3 thoughts on “Ken’s pants

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  2. This one made me laugh out loud. Reminded me of a cycling holiday on the Camel Trail, and eating scallops at Rick Stein’s fish & chip shop. Lovely.

  3. What he said. 🙂

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