As moms we say weird things all the time. Things we could never have anticipated saying before we became moms. Things we will probably only say once in our lives. Here are a few of the ones I remember:
"Who put potato chips in my dresser drawers?"
"Is that lipstick on the cat?"
"I don't know, but if I see Spiderman/Superman/Batman I 'll be sure to ask him."
"As long as you're quiet I'm not sure I care what you do."
"Because if you squeeze it the eyeballs might pop out."
"Why is there vaseline on the wall (bed/counter/computer etc)?"
"I don't have one. Yep I'm pretty sure. Because I'm a girl. I don't know, go ask your dad."
"Don't lick the table (grocery cart, checkstand, wall, friends, etc)."
"If I catch you wiping your boogers on the wall again you're grounded."
"Share the frog/snake/lizard with your sisters."
"If this has to do with your penis, go talk to your dad."
"Nathaniel, church is not a good time to draw scenes of carnage. If you're bored draw something uplifting."
"Don't pee on the dog. Ever."
"STOP WEARING THAT CAPE!!"
"I hope aliens have taken over your body because you did not just say that to your mother."
"Because I gave birth to you and I say so."
"John, we know you did it. Because the dog doesn't have arms."
"I don't know, you'll have to ask an old person."