I fully admit I like to try and do voices whenever I can. I'm not awesome at it but nor do I bloweth the chunk. So when at play with theBoy I'm always using voices, accents, and other silly stuff. It helps in storyverse to do so because otherwise the dozens of characters that appear would all sound the same.
There's a kids' show on ABC3 called Mr Moon. It's Canadian (1).
I do not care for it. Nor does theBoy.
Sometimes when theBoy has a bath I put his toy plastic Fat Controller figure from the Thomas series on the lip of the sink. I then leave out the sliding door.
It's then the Fat Controller (as imitated by me), whom theBoy calls Fat Troller, taunts theBoy over theBoy's apparent love of Mr Moon—'You love Mister Moon! You love it! You want to make moon babies and cuddle with it!'
I then peer around the door and see theBoy grinning at the Fat Controller.
'Excuse me, can you pass me Fat Troller?' he typically says. I of course hand it over, all the while yelling in the Troller voice 'No, he's a monster, he's going to drown me! Do not give me to him! He's a monster!'
And theBoy then drowns Fat Troller in his elephant mug and leaves his body bobbing there feet-side up.
theWife recently put a learning to read app on her iPhone. It lets the user trace the outline of a letter and, when they succeed, it bleats out a phrase of encouragement—'Well done! That's super!' However theWife found she could record over the top of the default phrases and set to work putting her own in. She invited theBoy to put a couple in too. For one of them—in a Fat Troller voice, no less—he shouted 'theBoy loves making moon babies!'
Yes ... he'd insulted himself through the medium of an iPhone kids' app.
What a Chooky!