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THE THINGS THEY SAY... Is Argos the new home of the Titans?

Out of the mouths of babes Is Argos the new home of the Titans? MARIE CARDEN: From my daughter: "Can I have some more Cottage Pie please, just the potato and meat though, no cottage." ELLIS ROSE: On my birthday, my sister asked my niece "Does Aunty Ellis look older than me now?" (She's 10 years older than me) to which she replied "Yes mummy, and fatter!" Good job I love her more than anything! IRENE DAVIES: My nieces Catherine and Lorna on bonfire night: pinned the Catherine wheel on the gate and Lorna was hysterical saying: "She gets everything. Why didn't you buy a Lorna wheel?" 30 years ago but I still laugh. LISA MORRIS: My little lad was learning about Ancient Egypt so we said we would take him to a museum to see the mummies and he said: "Are they really alive?" JAMIE MORAN: After watching the movie Clash of the Titans one night, I went to Argos the next day with my daughter. On entering the store, she asked why haven't all the men got the same suits and weapons like the men in the movie. I asked her what did she mean | ||SAM WORTHINGTON: As Perseus and she replied: "Well, all the men in Argos in the movie had swords, shields and metal suits with skirts and helmets." I couldn't stop laughing.

TANIA JOHNSON: My son, who was about six years old at the time, was on the bus with his dad and wanted to play I spy. He said: "I spy with my little eye, something beginning with 'y'"( said phonetically). My husband guessed and guessed but couldn't get it right so he gave in. "Yewspaper" my son replied, that man there is reading a "yewspaper."

ANGELA ARNOLD: My lad a couple of years ago: "Mum, there's the police. I don't like police, I like puppies" JANICE JOHN: "I'm not very hungry this morning so I'll just have one Weekabick thank you!" HAVE the kids in your life come out with any pearls of wisdom you would like to share? Email liverpoolcommunities@gmail.com or tweet The Things They Say to @LivEchonews with the hashtag #TheySay | ||SAM WORTHINGTON: As Perseus

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Date:Mar 27, 2016
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