My boys argue and fight, as I suppose all brothers do when growing up. What generally starts out as an innocent, boyish wrestling match gradually escalates into hand-to-hand combat (and often near something fragile) with tiny fists flying and brutal name calling.
"You're a girl!" shouts one.
"Oh yeah? Well, you wear lipstick!" tops the other.
"You play with BARBIES!" he retaliates.
"What?! Then you wear pink pajamas!"
"Well, you...you...pee.sitting.down!" (Oh man, low blow for sure.)
And there you have it. Childish boy insults certain to fuel the flames of brotherly battle. We'd better start working harder on the "respect for women" concept.
What is the motherload of all insults in your house among your kids?