Last weekend my mother saw a t-shirt that read, “Butter my buns and call me a biscuit.” She read it to Aubrey and they laughed about it. Since then, Aubrey has tried a million times to use it appropriately in conversation but she’s not really sure how.
It’s very similar to trying to teach her about proper “Jinx, buy me a Coke!” etiquette, which Aubrey thinks means you agree with someone. It’s her version of “Amen!” “Me too!” “I second that!” “Right on, Sister!” Aubrey also likes to yell, “Jinx, buy me a Coke!” while everyone is singing in the car… which is just wrong.
Me: Wow this pizza is really good!
Aubrey: JINX BUY ME A COKE!
Me: *Shakes head*
At any rate, Emma just turned around, looked at me and yelled, “Butter my buns and call me a wiener!”
Me: It’s biscuit.
Me: It’s butter my buns and call me a BISCUIT!