Tucker has learned the phrase, "It's my favorite."
(It's possible he got this from me.)
But he has not quite mastered its proper usage yet.
He carried a box of Lincoln Logs to my dad, and said, "Poppa, please open."
Dad said, "Are you sure you want to play with these?"
Tuck said, "Oh, I'm sure. It's my favorite."
That phrase worked just fine.
As we marched into the bathroom, I wanted to know what kind of business Tucker needed to take care of, so I could anticipate the stand/sit option.
"Tuck, what do you need to do in here?"
"Just pee. It's my favorite."
So, maybe not so much a perfect use in this case. Or at least I hope not.