This just in:
The Princessa of all Princessas has just issued a new Royal Edict stating that henceforth, forevermore, from now until eternity, the proper terms shall be used for bodily eliminations. Meaning, in plain and most definitely not the Queen’s English, the terms “pee” and “poop” are no longer allowed in this Royal Realm.
In other words, “urination” and “defecation” are to be employed when it becomes necessary to actually use them in a sentence. God forbid that should occur, but there are some things that simply cannot be avoided.
As in: “MOM, the dog needs to go outside to urinate! NOW!”
Or: “MOM!!! I think the dog just defecated.”
Get my drift?
Oh the joys of living with an almost seven year old intent on perfect grammar and use of the English language.
So, be forewarned should you have the opportunity to set foot in our humble abode. Nothing but proper terminology here.
Because, as the Princessa of all Princessas says, royalty does NOT say “pee” and “poop.”
Royal Edicts can be so entertaining, can they not?