Learning new words detected during deep sleep

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.Scott
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Parents should always be careful what they say in any event. As a child, my Dad was complimenting my uncle on his tricked out Chevy and I pipe in saying "What my Dad means is it's a piece of junk." To this day, I don't know if I heard it from him or it was just some spontaneous thing from me.

Another time, we went to church and my Grandmother would always say this is God's house so be quiet. At mass's end the priest would greet people as they left, and I said to him "Hi God". I was probably two or three.

With my kids, I said something while driving and never heard the end of it. They were a bit older than I was at the time.
 
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With my kids, I said something while driving and never heard the end of it. They were a bit older than I was at the time.
Now THAT took reading a few times! They were how much older than you when you spoke to them? :confused: :eek:)
A instance of throw-back genetics maybe?
 
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Yep sometimes the impossible becomes improbable when read without context.
 

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