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someofmymail
August 26th, 2006, 02:33 AM
My 4 year old had looked at my desktop picture this morning and pointed out the stargate. I asked her who went through the gate to which she replied "SG-1". I asked her who was in SG-1 and she then replied Michael Jackson.

I wondered if anyone elses kids had pickup on/said anything funny about Stargate.

susanne
August 26th, 2006, 05:09 AM
my 5 year old cousin was watching sga with me when he pointed to steve and said
"he must really be old!" so i asked him why he thaught that when he said
"because he has lots of really long grey hair!"

Jumper One
August 26th, 2006, 08:32 AM
I was watching SG-1 and my 5 year old cousin came in, so I paused it and she said "No, it's ok! I watch this show all the time!" (She's never seen it, ever.)

jesserella
August 26th, 2006, 08:45 AM
lol i remember a year or so ago i was trying to explain what was going on in an sg-1 episode, to my younger sister, we ended up with terms like evil egyption alien dude, for the gou'ld and good egyption alien dude for tok'ra there were others i can't remember i just thought it was really funny at the time

Commander Jumper
August 26th, 2006, 08:46 AM
:lol: I babysit for a Gatehead every other friday or so. The two kids watch SGA. the oldest (8) saw my T.V. giude, Summer Guide. And flipped through it. She found the page on SG and pointed out the wraith.
Kid: hey I know these guys
Me: really?
Kid: yup my daddy watches um all the time
Me: wow (of course I know this already)
Kid: yup. They scare me
Me: oh, well they don't scare me
Kid: well you've never seen it so.....you wouldn't know
I thought it was hilarious. Here I am talking about the Wraith with an 8 year old who thinks I know nothing about them :p I kinda chuckled when she said that. then replied
Me: of course kiddo, I've never even seen them untill now
Kid:*pats my back* it's ok, maybe some day you'll know as much about the Vampires as I do

Syera
August 26th, 2006, 09:56 AM
Oh, my word, PJ! That's too funny. Reminds me of the time a couple of years ago when one of my cousins (she would've been about five years old at the time) was absolutely convinced there was no way, ever, I could know how to read because I didn't go to public school.

susanne
August 26th, 2006, 10:05 AM
guys you have me in fits of laughter here! :P

Commander Jumper
August 26th, 2006, 10:23 AM
Oh, my word, PJ! That's too funny. Reminds me of the time a couple of years ago when one of my cousins (she would've been about five years old at the time) was absolutely convinced there was no way, ever, I could know how to read because I didn't go to public school.
:p hhahahahah Syera....i have a cousin like that.....I was reading at age three (go figure :p) and my cousin who was about three years older couldn't read at all. Kinda sad really......but it's a family trait. My sister had a college reading level in grade 2....I had one in grade 3...:p...

broken-heart
August 26th, 2006, 09:54 PM
Wow..so smart

:lol: vampires...

Gater_Gurl
August 27th, 2006, 11:04 AM
A couple of months a go I was babysitting two kids (they're 6 and 8) and they were watching "The Rite of Passage" with me. When Nirrti appeared one of them asked me if that man was the bad guy.

Syera
August 27th, 2006, 02:51 PM
:p hhahahahah Syera....i have a cousin like that.....I was reading at age three (go figure :p) and my cousin who was about three years older couldn't read at all. Kinda sad really......but it's a family trait. My sister had a college reading level in grade 2....I had one in grade 3...:p...
Me and my siblings learned to read pretty early, too. I think it helped, though, that we had our mother to teach us how to read. :)

My eight year old brother didn't want to learn how to read a few years ago... now he's reading tech books. :P

Speaking of my brother and speaking of kids saying funny things... my brother has an extremely large vocabulary for a kid his age. I think the fact that he's been watching SG-1 since it started coming out on DVD has played a big role in that. (And then there's the fact that my mother has never been one to use baby talk or otherwise dumb down her speech when talking to us when we were little) It's rather funny... every now he'll say something, and it just occurs to me that he said something extremely unusual for a kid his age. I wish I could think of an example right off-hand... it's quite funny.

stewsith
August 27th, 2006, 04:06 PM
lol, all these stories crack me up! Im afraid I dont have any kids say the funnies things but when my dad sat down to watch tv one day and i had sg1 on and explained to him what it was he said "oh yes, i used to watch this all the time before you were born". So i looked at the old man completely shocked and asked how he could have watched this over 18 years ago and he responded with: "its come along way since then, looks like they finally found earth. The cylons look different now" *points at a super soilder*. I just did the thing where you hit your face with your hand and didn't bother explaining to him that he was not watching battlestar galactica.

Commander Jumper
August 27th, 2006, 04:15 PM
my older brother made a comment today. I went to see him at the hospital and brought Season three over for him too watch.....He looked at me (wich I was wearing a happy grin) then to my boxset (wich was cradled in my arms.) and said......
"Mom get her out...I came here to be helped not tortured"
I felt a bit hurt....but he knows that I'll explain it to him in big words over and over and he won't get any of it...:p

Callista
August 27th, 2006, 04:49 PM
OK, I have one but it isn't about Stargate....hope you don't mind too much. I was flipping through channels and Regis Philbin happened to be on the screen when my 5-year-old came in. She looked at the TV and said: "Is that a monkey?" Heehee. That was a couple of years ago, but it still cracks me up every time I see Regis.

Hathor! Your Goddess!
August 27th, 2006, 07:59 PM
I babysit, he loves toy guns. He picked up the phrase, "Oh Ya! Who's your Daddy!"

sg-daniel
August 28th, 2006, 04:35 AM
the story is not so funny, but soo sweet!

i babysit a girl, she's 6 years old and she loves to draw, so we draw often. and one time i drawed a stargate and she asked what it is and because i didn't know how to explain the word "stargate" to her i told her "its a circle where people can go to other worlds" and then she asked me who the people are, and what worlds they are going too. i think thats so sweet! she draws her own stargate's now and everytime we draw something now she asks me, if i can tell her more about the worlds that the 4 persons go to. she even knows their names, i'm so proud lol

hastiekido
August 28th, 2006, 07:14 AM
I'm from the netherland and my 12 year old boys has a speaking problem, so instead of calling it Stargate, he always says "scardate" :D

Callista
October 28th, 2006, 05:31 PM
My 7 year old daughter asked me today if two symbiotes could be in the same person. I said I didn't think so. Then she wanted to know if there were two symbiotes in one person if they would fight or if they would fall in love with eachother.
Wouldn't that be a great spin-off!! It could be a comedy version of Stargate with a person (I don't know, maybe they could get Ray Romano) inhabited by two old married goa'uld symbiotes (voiced by Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller) that alternately fight, nag, insult and then make up with eachother. Ray's backstory could be that he was a red-shirt guy at the SGC that got taken as a double host on a mission but noone noticed because when they got back everyone was busy too busy trying to find two officers to shut off the auto-destruct. He then started acting strangely (like telling the other guys in the locker room to make sure they put on clean underwear - while soundly strangely like Anne Meara) so he was discharged from the Air Force and now works at a donut store called "Donut Make You Happy" (OK, I kind of stole that name from a book, but I changed it a little so I think we'll be OK) making donuts and having off-the-wall antics with a group of wacky regulars played by Charles Durning, Betty White, Kramer from Seinfeld, Bob Saget, and Carmen Electra.

Elles
October 28th, 2006, 08:53 PM
I know a 12 year old girl in my school who's nearly as obsessed as I am... This was not out of ignorance but out of not paying attention to the words coming out of one's mouth...
So I found out that she liked Stargate and we started discussing it. I mentioned that I liked Sheppard and she said, "I'm in love with Daniel Shanks."

Supreme Commander Sil
October 28th, 2006, 09:01 PM
I know a 12 year old girl in my school who's nearly as obsessed as I am... This was not out of ignorance but out of not paying attention to the words coming out of one's mouth...
So I found out that she liked Stargate and we started discussing it. I mentioned that I liked Sheppard and she said, "I'm in love with Daniel Shanks."
:lol:............... i got nothin

Lauriel
October 28th, 2006, 09:05 PM
On my teaching rounds earlier in the year, I was in a grade 5/6 class. Two of the girls were showing me some pix in a magazine, asking me who I thought was hotter out of these two guys. One of them said she had one of them as her wallpaper. So I told her I was mad about JF in SGA, and had him on my wallpaper at home. She looked at me and said "Ew, you mean the old guy?" I said he wasn't old, and explained who I was talking about. She said "Yeah, my mum watches it all the time. He's old." *facepalm*

Gate gal
October 28th, 2006, 09:58 PM
My 8 year daughter is a big Sam fan, so I guess I shouldn't have been too suprised when I heard technobabble coming out of her mouth yesterday. We were at the park, and the wind was blowing a bit. Suddenly, she got all excited and said, "Look Mom, the wind is swirling the leaves into a vortex." I swear I have never used the word vortex in a sentence, so it had to be Stargate. I was very proud.

Of course, this is the same child who wants her bedroom redecorated in the Gate theme. We plan to build a Stargate out of plywood and Christmas lights. Oh, yeah, we are so encouraging this!

Lauriel
October 28th, 2006, 10:06 PM
:lol: My 11yo daughter watched M&MM and spent the next week scribling an assorment of scribbles on large pieces of paper and trying to work out her 'proof' .

Admiral Mappalazarou
October 29th, 2006, 03:50 AM
I had to explain to one of my mates once about the first SG-1 episode they saw....it had to be 'One False Step' didn't it?

I had to explain why the naked men had taken away the stargate base's plane.:)

Natana
October 29th, 2006, 04:07 AM
The first time our daughter saw Teal'c with the blond caterpillar, she said, "If he's supposed to be in disguise, it's not a very good one." :cameron: