Every once in a while it's okay to giggle at the stuff that keeps your middle schooler giggling.

When you hear it's a man's world - well, here's proof. Honestly, there's gotta be something to this. Go ahead and try to go through the world without seeing a, uh...you know. This will make you pause the next time you go for some meatless sausage.

These crack me up. Not as much as they crack up the two 14-year-old boys in the house, but close. Phallic symbols are everywhere you turn. And middle school and young boys (and from what I hear it goes well into adulthood) are pretty obsessed with that one piece of anatomy. Heck, one of the 14-year-olds uses the word penis as his starter word in Wordle. And he giggles every time.

SIDENOTE: As much as this pains me to admit, penis is a pretty decent starter word for Worlde. It's not my starter word (crane) but it has a couple of vowels and every once in a while it works out really well for them. 

Now back to the things that look like the starter word for Worlde from a 14-year-old boy.

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