Have you ever seen a more irritating, poke-your-eyes-out-with-a-stick, vein-throbbing-in-your-forehead phrase in all your life? MY BAD.
I have teenagers. They used to be children. They used to say “Oops. I’m sorry.” when they screwed up or forgot to do a chore or stepped on someone’s toe. Not anymore though. Now it’s MY BAD.
DUDE, I KNOW IT’S YOUR BAD! Otherwise, I wouldn’t have said “you forgot to pick up your towel from the bathroom floor.” I would have said it to your sister.
Is it because I take the shackles off to let them leave the house and go to school every day? Is that where they pick it up? Is it Nickelodeon, or Radio Disney? Do we let them watch too much PG-13 television?
I really need to know… how do they suddenly go from “I’m sorry, Mommy” to “Oh. MY BAD”???? And how do you get them to go back, short of threatening their life (cause that didn’t work)? Otherwise, someone tell me how to turn off the twitching, because that look is so not working for me.