School Is Use-less

| Northern Ireland | Children, Parents & Guardians, Sons & Daughters

(I am about 5 years old and have recently started school.)

Me: “There’s a sign in the school toilets that says ‘wash hands after use’.”

(I pronounce ‘use’ the wrong way.)

Mum: “No, in that sentence you would say use.” *pronouncing it the correct way*

Me: “No, Mummy. It’s been a long time since you were at school, and you’re bound to have forgotten some things.”

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