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Redneck boy + Spanish class = MESS

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

oh dear me! I don't even know where to begin....as you know Kyle started High last week and well, everything has been going well......except his Spanish class.

For kicks & giggles lets just say that Kyle is the BIGGEST redneck you will ever meet. The way he thinks, the way he acts and most definitely the way he speaks! When we went for orientation and I met his Spanish teacher I informed her the task standing before her (if it works) would be her greatest acheivement...yep....if she can teach my redneck talkin son to speak Spanish, she deserves Teacher of The Year! (cause that boy is still working on speaking correct English!)

Kyle stil uses the word "weren't" ALL THE TIME! ex. "Momma, that weren't even funny!" and..."I promise, I weren't doing nuttin."

I swear we have family and friends who just love to sit a listen to Kyle talk...no kidding!

yep....he talk exactly like that. I know I am no grammer expert and I don't claim to be, but the hubs and I do not speak like that AT ALL! I really don't know where he gets it from. I guess it is our fault as parents because over the years we have never made a huge deal out of correcting him when he does use the wrong grammer. It's just Kyle, that is just they way he is...take it or leave it...he could really care less.

Here are a few of Kyle's favorite words or phrases:

"aw junk!"
"that's beast!"
"weren't"
"nuttin"
"nah"
he leaves the "g" off of every word in the English language(doin, eatin, listin, talkin, ridin......and so on)
"thats a bunch of mess"

So, this semester should be interesting to say the least. If he passes with a "C" I will be the proud Momma of one Spanish speaking Redneck!!!!

7 comments:

Bridget said...

Good luck to Kyle and his Spanish teacher this year! My Kyle leaves the "g" off of the end of all of his words, too.

scrapwordsmom said...

Hee, Hee...tag you're it:)

Tara said...

I leave my g's off too except when I need to sound professional. Should be either a really exciting year in Spanish class or a really long year in Spanish class.

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

Ah, every teacher needs a challenge, right? She better gear up!!

Jenna said...

haha that's so funny! I had a friend in high school that talked way redneck and i would get so tickled at the way he spoke spanish! muuuuchooo guuustoooo..haha!

Nikki said...

Noah says "that's beast" too - what's up with that? Too funny!

John said...

It from! The whole instructor crew are extremely friendly - Paul, John, Omar, and Mike. The training itself was very easy to catch on with their instructions.
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