Finn: My uvula hurts. I can feel it moving.
Me: Your WHAT? (I asked, while racing to Wikipedia to find out what exactly a uvula is. I didn't know the male species even had a uvula.)
In the end, I didn't need to go to the Internet to confirm what a uvula is. Finn knew and told me.
It turns out your uvula is that dangly thing in the back of your throat. Uvula. I don't like the way it sounds. But I was feeling pretty smug that my 6-year old knows such body parts as uvula. What a Super Genius I have spawned. Impressive, I know.
So then I asked him how he knew what a uvula was and he tells me he heard it on a cartoon.
Excellent. Excellent. My Super Genius is learning biology from children's shows. I see no need for school after this.