Do You Want Some Round Beans?
When kids name things, they sometimes come up with unconventional names for ordinary objects. For example, if a child called peas “round beans,” it makes sense why they would think that.
Without knowing that the nickname was just a nickname, they missed the memo on peas. In fact, before somebody told them, they weren’t sure if “peas” was even its real name. We guess they don’t buy peas frequently enough to know.