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Dad Tells Son, “Tell Me All The Bad Words You Know!” The Result Is Hilarious [Video]

It’s amazing how young kids are when they start to learn the difference between the bad words and the good ones.  Once they learn the bad ones, then it’s a race to see how many they can learn.

This dad decided to see how many bad words his son actually knew, and it looks like things are going good until the very end.

If you are at work, or in front of any kids you might want to keep the volume down.  Every single “Butt” combo word that you can think of is named and topped off with an S-Bomb.

Check out this dad’s great idea to deal with his daughter and boys.

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