My poor family puts up with me

Last night at supper, this interchange occurred (it helps if you know we're from Oklahoma and speak with an Oklahoma drawl): Wife: "Come on little bug, and get some supper." Daughter: "Did you just call me a bug." Me (quickly looking at my wife): "Who is Mia Bugg, and why do ya have her phone number?"

Both wife and daughter stopped and stared at me for about 10 seconds, then slowly shook their heads and walked past me.

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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/kael_godkiller
๐Ÿ“…︎ Jan 08 2014
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Dad was in the kitchen cooking when he dropped this one.

He peeked around the corner and asked "Son, do you want an ankle meat sandwich?" to which I replied "A what?" to which he quickly retorted "You know, below-knee? (baloney)."

I don't think I have ever laughed so hard in my life.

Edit: I know the proper spelling is "bologna" but since I have seen both spellings used interchangeably and I know a lot of people DON'T know how to spell it, I used the improper spelling so more people would get the joke. Jeeze.

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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/85FurnaceFuneral93
๐Ÿ“…︎ Apr 07 2014
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Recently got my co-worker

So walking through the kitchen area there was a bunch of yellow caution tape over the sink. Which brought this awesome interchange about.

Co-Worker: I guess that sink must be broken.

Me: Nah... they just want us to be really cautious while using it.

Co-Worker glances out of the corner of his eye in a sort of blank stare / glare look. Success was mine that day!

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๐Ÿ‘ค︎ u/Quiott
๐Ÿ“…︎ Jun 07 2015
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