As a parent, I've found myself saying and asking quite a few things that I never thought would come out of my mouth in my entire life, for example.... How did you rip a chunk of your ear lobe off? (My son got his earlobe caught on a nail while he was playing on a friend's wooden swing set.) Why did you stick a pill in your ear? (My son again. At four he found an Aleve that I dropped on the floor, and before I could find it he found it and shoved it in his ear. The explanation at the ER was rather embarrassing.) No, you can't suddenly become a cat. (My daughter) Why is there sweet potatoes on the ceiling? (Thank you Thanksgiving day food fight!) Who thought it was a good idea to try and stick a lego in the DVD player? No, you can't be allergic to TV. (Thank you Dr. Santez for telling my daughter that you can be allergic to TV screens...) No, daddy is not my brother, that would be against the law. (When my sister called my husband her brother in law, my kids assumed that meant he was my brother....) No one drew with crayon on daddy's back, it's a tattoo. No matter how high you jump, you're not going to be able to touch the moon. The list could probably go on and on for the rest of my life. Anyway, what I want to know is; is this only a parent thing, or is there anyone else that has found themselves saying or asking something that made them go 'Wtf did I just say?'