Mama Diaries

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Restroom, please?

My husband and son went to a store called H Mart.  It's a place that sells Asian cuisine.  If you've been following me a while, you may recall that it was the place we had our octopus balls adventure.  Anyway, nobody speaks English there, and all the signs are written in some kind of Asian language.

During this trip to H Mart, my husband decided that he needed to use the restroom.  He went to one of the workers and asked where the restroom was.  The worker led him down some aisles, over to the produce section . . .  right where the mushrooms were.   "Restrooms," he said with a smile on his face.

Bubba cracked up.  "Yeah, Daddy.  They look a little like what you might find in a restroom.  Maybe you should just do your business here!"


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    1. Haha! So it would be appropriate for my husband to do his business there?

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  2. That's hilarious! My Hispanic friend/co-worker once cracked up for about an hour when an American employee kept mispronouncing the Spanish writing on a caution sign outside our office. Apparently the sign read, "The floor is wet," but the way the American employee was pronouncing it would translate as, "The floor has been peed upon."

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    1. Hahaha! Yep. I can just imagine that one.

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  3. You go there to rest and sniff the shrooms?

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  4. Ok, you need to point me to the octopus ball's post.... lol!

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    1. I don't remember which month it was. It was sometime in the past six months. I'd have to do a search for it.

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  5. haha fertilizer for more mushrooms, win win

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    1. Yikes!!! Don't say that! I love mushrooms in my food! :p

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    2. How do you feel about them now
      that everyone is talking about
      them growing in poo?

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  6. Ha ha. :D That'll be a surprise for the buyers.

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    1. They probably wouldn't know the difference!

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  7. Ha! Now I want to read the octopus balls post- do you have a link?

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    1. Somebody else asked about that. I'd have to do a search. It was some time in the past six months.

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  8. LOL! Talk about miscommunication...

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    1. Haha! Yes. Communication is everything.

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  9. Restrooms, mushrooms; tomatoe, tomahto :)

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  10. Lol, too funny, Sherry=) Children always manage to make us smile.

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  11. Oh dear! I hope he eventually found the appropriate place!

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