re·cher·ché [ruh-shair-shey, ruh-shair-shey; Fr. ruh-sher-shey] –adjective
1. sought out with care.
2. very rare, exotic, or choice; arcane; obscure.
3. of studied refinement or elegance; precious; affected; pretentious.
Dylan ,10, is sick with the flu. As I was sitting at his bedside nursing him to health, Evangeline walks into the room with her self diagnosis.
"I know why he's sick."
"Why?" I ask, curious about the medical knowledge of a nine year old.
"He farted too much. He over farted."
Such recherche repertoire comes from her father's side of the family.
Seriously though, better get yourself a flu shot, she could be on to something.