A guffaw and a new feature

All kids say cute things now and then. But sometimes the things they say are not only cute, they're downright hilarious.

Such is the case of a conversation between this week's Grilled Grandma, Gail, and one of her grandsons, which she shared in response to my question, "Describe a recent time that one (or more) of your grandchildren made you laugh out loud." Gail said:

One asked, "What is a prostitute?" I had to wallow that around a little and then answered, "When a lady makes a gentleman happy for money instead of for fun."  He said, "Oh, I thought it was a wooden leg!"

I'm not one for doing the whole "LOL" thing, but that one truly did make me laugh out loud when I read it. What I wonder is how in the world he thought such a thing. Maybe "prostitute" and "prosthetic" sound very similar in a little boy's head? Maybe?

Grilled Grandma: Gail offers up plenty more laughs, so prepare to LOL, ROFL, LMAO or whatever it is you do when confronted with online chuckles ... or snickers ... or flat-out guffaws. Don't hesitate to give Gail a smile in return -- by letting her know what you thought of her grilling. Comment love is always much appreciated here on Grandma's Briefs, especially for the lovely women who allow me to grill them.

NEW FEATURE: Once you're done LOLing, I urge you to take a look at the new feature I debut today on Grandma's Briefs. It's called News to Use.

As you can see on the navigation tabs at the top of this page, a News to Use page has replaced the Quotable Grandmas page (right next to the Grilled Grandmas tab). News to Use is where you'll find, as noted on that page, the "best-of-the-best ideas, activities, and info I glean from websites, blogs, magazines and more." Sometimes the news will be serious, sometimes fun, but always, I'm hoping, useful. I'll add News to Use tidbits as I come across them, so be sure to sign up for the News to Use RSS feed so you'll be the first to know when there are new tidbits to peruse, new news to use.

Oh, and for those two people who regularly read the Quotable Grandmas, I've not deleted it ... just moved it to the shadows of the site for now. You can find it right HERE.

Today's question:

What is the funniest book you've ever read?