Word of the day: FEEN
In the english language, it is commonly known as the color "green". A color pigment most often found in plants, the contents of my kid's diapers, and on occasion, the color of last month's leftovers still sitting in the fridge.
"Feen" has also been know to endow magical powers in the average four-year old boy.
"Turn feen! Turn feen!" Joseph shouted from the back seat of the car.
Before reaching the intersection with the red light, it magically turned green.
"HAR HAR HAR! I have da POWER!!"
As we approached the next, red-lighted intersection, the command was once again given.
"Turn feen! Turn feen! Turn feen!"
And before we had to slow all the way down to a stop, the light magically turned green.
"HAR HAR HAR! I have ALL da POWER!"
A minute later, we pulled up to a red light and came to a complete stop.
I turned back to Joseph and asked with my very best shocked face on,
"Joseph, I thought you had the power."
"But the light is red."
At that very second, the light turned green.
"Har har, see?? I DO have da POWER!"
Now that IS power!
Oh ya, he gets his bulging muscles from me! Wait....