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Bitchy Power
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So my nephew, who is three, comes up to me and says, "Ninny? Ninny Bitchy Power, Bitchy Power. It's in his whisper-whine voice, and I have no idea, obviously, what Bitchy Power is.

Lots of things cross my mind, but none of them make sense. Is it some kind of new cartoon? Some kind of weird superhero power? Austin Powers' niece? I have no idea.

At times it sounds as if he's saying powDer, but no, that's not right. I ask him to repeat it.

Me: What did you say?
Drake: you say
Me: No, what did you ask me?
Drake: Ninny.
Me: Yes?
Drake: Bitchy Power. Peeeeeeeez? (This one I know. It's supposed to be "Please."
Me: What is Bitchy Power?
Drake: Ninny shing ut?

OK Now I know it's supposed to be a song. However, I'm still laughing about his rendition of Lip Gloss from a couple weeks ago, and I have no idea what Bitchy Power could be.

Me: No, you sing it.
Drake: Bitchy bitchy Powder up waa-erpot.....

Itsy Bitsy Spider. I had no idea. I guess I'd better start keeping a list of songs kids sing and when I can't figure out what he's talking about, I could try to match it up or something.

Otherwise, I'm wondering why my nephew's all running around like "Power to the Bitches!" or something.

Not good.

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ROFL! Your newphew, age 4: Wut up, bitches! POWER! Peace out,yo.


I was in NYC this summer, and I didn't remember until I was already there that I had no way of contacting you. :(

My friend's daughter Meggie, when she was little, kept saying (Yelling) "Want dick! Want dick!" at me. Then she pointed to my jeans pocket. It finally dawned on me that she was saying "stick." As in, chapstick or lipstick.

:D Kids are hilarious.

See, and then you have to wonder, do I ask them to say it again? I mean, do you encourage Drake Kelly to keep saying bitchy power? Ahaha.

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