And How Was Your Week?

>> Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Hello, how are you this week?  What have you been up to? 

Me?  My week has been ... well... I don't know how best to explain it.  I think you might get the best idea of how things have been if I give you some excerpts of some sentences we heard around our house recently.

1.  "Mommy, I kissed Sydney on the cheek at school, and Sydney kissed me on the cheek too." [Mommy promptly faints.  I am too young for this.]

2.  "Two person destruction team for sale, very cheap - one is 37 and tall enough to get the high stuff, and one is 3 and tough enough roll over everything. They can work in tandem or tag team. This is a once in a lifetime deal. Get it while you can."

3.  "The weather stripping on the front driver's side door of the car fell off.  No, really, it fell off almost completely."

4.  "Ma'am, your mud flap has fallen off and is caught on your tire.  We fixed it, no problem, but while we had the car jacked up, we noticed your shocks are leaking.  You'll have to take that to the dealership."

5.  Parent:  "Honey, what do you want for dinner?"  Child:  "Chocolate."  Parent:  "Chocolate milk?"  Child:  "No.  Chocolate."

6.  "Did we get him the root beer maker as a Christmas gift before, or not?  I just can't remember."

7.  "KFC is no longer serving the Twister sandwich.  In fact, the only sandwich they still have is that gross double-whatsit.  My life is ruined."

8.  "Don't worry.  I know where it is.  I don't need the address."

9.  "Woops.  It says it's Rudolph and the Island of Misfit Toys, but it's some stupid 2001 version about a toy taker.  These things should have a warning label."

10.  "Oh, good Lord, those markers had BETTER be washable."

11.  Parent:  "Why are there stickers stuck inside your sneakers?"  Child:  "Because that's where they go."

12.  Child:  "Mommy, I can't find what it is I am looking for."  Parent:  "What are you looking for?"  Child:  "I'm looking for another thing."  Parent:  "?????"

I think that about sums up everything about as well as anything.


katdish December 9, 2010 at 1:40 PM  

Oh, wow...

Sounds like our house. Me: Your lunch account at school is empty. What have you been eating for lunch?
Son: Just the regular lunches.
Me: Then where did all your money go?
Son: Oh, well I eat breakfast there, too.
Me: So, what you eat at home is just pre-breakfast? STOP BUYING BREAKFAST AT SCHOOL!

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