Super Kindergartener: Hey Mom, I learned a new prayer at school today!
Me: Awesome. How does it go?
Super K.: Well, I forgot most of it, but I am not sure I like it anyway.
Me: Oh, how come?
Super K.: There is a part about thigh bounty. I don't even like chicken.
Me: (choking noise) Honey, I am pretty sure that is "thy bounty."
Super K.: No, no. It was thigh.
Me: No, it is thy.
Super K.: Mom, that isn't even a word.
Me: Yes, it is. It's an old word that means your. In the prayer "thy bounty" means all the good stuff that God has given you.
Super K.: Oh. Are you sure it isn't thigh?
Me: Yes, quite sure. Catholics aren't likely to be talking about thighs in their prayers.
Super Preschooler: Well, our prayer we say is better and funner. There are no weird words in it.
Me: Sweetie, no prayer is better than another one. And thy isn't a weird word, it is just an old word.
Super K.: I don't think it is a word.
Super P.: Yeah, it's weird. Our prayer is funner than Super K.'s new prayer.
Me: No, it is not.
Super K.: No, he is right, Mom. Our prayer is funner.
Me: More fun.
Super K.: See? You agree with us.
Me: No, funner isn't a word. The right term is more fun. But no prayer is more fun than another one anyway.
Super K.: Funner isn't a word, but thy is? Funner at least sounds like a word.
Super P.: Our prayer is funner! Stop saying it isn't!
Super K.: I'm not thanking God for chicken anyway.
Seriously, do NOT fall down the rabbit hole. The caterpillar will make you conjugate verbs and none of it will make sense anyway.
I have to admit it;
they are more funner than a million chicken prayers.