Son: I know how to turn Dad into the Incredible Hulk.
Son: Step. Foot.
Mom: *laughing* Yeah, that’s one of his grammatical peeves.
Daughter: Yeah, because you can’t ‘step hand’ or anything else, you can ONLY step with your feet, so why do people basically say it twice?
Son: Or when he sees Whoa spelled ‘w o a h’, like Noah, or voilá spelled like walla.
Daughter: EXpecially! He hates that! And ‘all of the sudden’.
Mom: Daddy clearly has had an impact on you guys!
At the very least, I think it’s safe to say my kids are inheriting their father’s grammar gene.