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With Mouth Full

While eating in a restaurant, I reprimanded my four-year-old son for speaking with his mouth full. “Mump umn Kmpfhm,” was all I heard.

“Drew,” I scolded, “no one can understand a word you’re saying.”

“He says he wants some ketchup,” my husband said calmly.

A woman sitting nearby leaned over and asked, “How in the world did you understand him?”

“I’m a dentist,” my husband explained.

Contributed by Julia Denton, Reader’s Digest