"I've got a wedgie, mommy."
-Brad, informing me that his shirt tag was uncomfortably rubbing the nape of his neck.
I know this is what he was trying to convey because he gestured to the tag, not his underwear.
Brad has a point. The tag is a clothing-induced source of discomfort. And they say our kids have weak generalization skills.
And while we're on the topic, why isn't there a word for the uncomfortable sensation a tag creates? Maybe our children aren't language-impaired. Maybe our language is autism-impaired. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it.