somewhere along the way, my parents picked up this little phrase with it’s annoyingly cute tune that goes with it. I have very clear memories of my mother cheering this phrase to me when I was in my teens and having a rotten attitude. At the time, it only made me more annoyed, but I usually shifted my attitude pretty quickly ( if for no other reason that to prevent her from singing it twice) And wouldn’t you know it, the little diddly has stuck with me into adulthood.
Today would have been a good day to use it. Probably would have saved myself from looking like a goober in front of my husband. It wasn’t a big deal to start with, should have checked my attitude before launching into a ‘discussion’ with my husband.
Attitude check Angela, attitude check.