The English language is a complex thing. And like sex, guns and ice-cream, when put under the control of a toddler, the outcome is not always predictable. With that in mind, I'd like to welcome you to the Mitchionary; a collection of explanatory notes underlying the newly adopted language of a 21-month-old.
In this chapter, we look at some of the words that seem highly inappropriate coming out of the mouth of young Mitchell, and if nothing else, they emphasis the importance of context. Lately we've heard these gems:
Bitch - a sandy area immediately adjacent to the ocean.
Bastard - a receptacle made of natural fibres woven together
Rectal - a quadrilateral shape with opposite sides even and parallel.
Twat - the sound a duck makes.