Philosophical: "I am me"
Rage-filled: "Mummy, you're NOT my friend!"
Pensive: "Old people are gonna be dead"
(shortly followed by)
Worried: "But those ones which are alive, they aren't dead ...?"
Soppy: "Mummy, I love you so much, I want to marry you"
(at the traffic lights)
Curious: "Why has the green man got no clothes on?"
(thankfully in English)
Scathing: "That girl has fat legs"
Mature: "I used to play with that/wear that/watch that when I was two!" (she's now three)
Italian: "I want tortellini for dinner"
Totally un-Italian: "I want tortellini for breakfast"
(This post was actually inspired by 22 month old little bro Jack who, this evening, said "moon mana". Loosely translated from toddler-speak, this means: "Look, the crescent moon is the same shape as a banana". This struck me as such a genius flight of imagination that it got me thinking of all the other odd stuff his big sister has come out with recently)
(It is also inspired by my dad, who consolidated his role as King of the One-Liners on a recent visit by coming out with the absolutely corking: "Are chickpeas called that because they're for girls?")