One of our favourite TV programmes many years ago was Call My Bluff (where teams take it in turns to provide definitions of obscure words, only one of which was correct.) My four year old son Robert could read a bit and had become fascinated with the show and our interest in it, despite not understanding most of it. One afternoon both pairs of outlaws were at our house and young Robert reasoned that we could form two teams to play Call My Bluff. He took on the role of quizmaster and opened our dictionary near the middle to select an obscure word for the first round. Standing ceremoniously between the two teams he slowly and carefully read out "Mas - tur - bate". We didn't get to round 2.