(I forgot to post this when it happened the other day)
So much to my wife's chagrin,
my daughters watch me play Skyrim a lot.
I actually do try to encourage them to do other things instead, like 'go upstairs and play' or 'how about this movie?' but they insist on hanging out with Dad. I try to shield them from anything particularly unsettling in the game, but at least it's not as gore-filled as Fallout 3. Regardless, they have spent quite a lot of time in Skyrim.
As everyone knows here I'm quite flatulent, and never pass up an opportunity to use a "trouser shout"make my kids laugh.
During one particular evening of flatus I was in my daughter's room getting them ready for bed. After I let go a really huge one, my oldest daughter yells out, "Don't set anything on fire, alright?!"
I almost died laughing, we all thought it was hysterical. After that I ensued using my worst Nordic accent and continued to quote NPC's as I let farts rip left and right -
"Be careful wit zose flames!"
"Careful wit dat fire!"