Children’s Birthday Invite Blooper

There are few things that get a bigger chuckle than innuendo. Often, it’s the slip of the pen, the change of a single letter.

Jessica Buttram knows this. A few weeks ago, she was working on birthday party invites for her daughter’s first birthday. Her seven-year-old son, Bug, wanted to try writing a few invitations.

So he did. In the process, however, Bug misspelled “party.”

Yes, do tell your siblings about this panty. And I’m sure it will be a rockin time…

Ode to kids like Bug who keep us young.

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To read about more of Jessica’s adventures, check out her fabulous blog, Meet the Buttrams, or follow her on twitter @JButtWhatWhat.

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If you have humorous writing that your children have done, please submit it to us at StuffKidsWrite (at) gmail (dot) com.

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About Leanne Shirtliffe (Ironic Mom)

Leanne Shirtliffe (a.k.a. Ironic Mom) is the author of THE CHANGE YOUR NAME STORE (2014) and NO MORE BEIGE FOOD (2016). She also wrote humor books DON'T LICK THE MINIVAN: Things I Never Thought I'd Say To My Kids and MOMMYFESTO. She and her family live in Calgary, Alberta because they like complaining about the weather.

Posted on July 11, 2011, in Miscellaneous, Misspelled and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. If Bug goes to college and joins a frat, that invite will be perfect.

  2. wow, kids Are progressing fast these days. my first panty party wasn’t until i was 16… [kidding. of course.]

  3. Ummm… I’m sorry, Leanne, but you can’t say that in pubic.

  4. I did giggle when I read this – especially as leaving out a letter is the subject of my post for today.

    http://chittlechattle.wordpress.com/2011/07/11/dear-frank/

    Only mine was written (presumably) by an adult.

  5. Yay! Haha I loved this blooper so much. And of course I have it tucked away for when my kids are old enough to appreciate this iykwim moment..

  6. When my kids were toddlers, I regularly would say a prayer that they would not blurt out either of these words in front of respectable people, like for instance the church pastor: clock and fork. Enough said.
    Jodi

  7. Is it going to be a pubic, er, public party? Woops! Is my face red or is that just those panties?

  8. Hahah, funny!
    I remember when I was in 1st grade, I gave out hand-written birthday party invites (3 months before my birthday) that said, “Please bring 3 gifts, no dolls.” XD

  9. ahahahaha!!!! 😀 That’s why you have to be careful with your r’s and n’s. Goodness, I still do have to erase sometimes cuz I wrote n by mistake! 😀

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